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Délia Boino
Submitted by dboino on 21 March 2021
Intended learning outcomes

The aim of this course is to provide students a basic training on the concepts underlying the theory of classical and intelligent control. Thus, it shall discuss techniques for modeling physical systems, presenting methods and techniques for analyzing/designing control systems. At the course conclusion the students should possess the following competencies:

  1. To identify control systems in open and closed loop;
  2. Study of control systems in time and frequency domain;
  3. Select methods for design of industrial controllers like PID;
  4. Linking several theoretical concepts in order to form a global concept of the discipline;
  5. Explore, using processes that simulate industry practice, the theoretical concepts presented;
  6. Manipulating and adjust industrial PID and predictive controllers, verify the results obtained in experimentation and to validate them with the theoretically expected results.


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