Ders Bilgi Formu (İngilizce)
Course Name:
Digital Control Systems
Information Systems Engineering
Year- Semester:
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T 2
U 2
L 0
C 6
Course Code:
BSM 4505
Level of Course:
Teaching Methods: Teaching, Question - Answer, Demonstration
Course Objectives: Modelling digital control systems, understanding the subjects of sampling with ADC and DAC, behavioral
characteristics of Z-plane poles, frequency response and root locus, learning control methods with stability analysis of gital control
Course Content: Digital control systems, z-transform, inverse z-transform, z-place analysis of discrete-time systems, sampling,
mapping between s-plane and z-plane, stability analysis, discrete-time root locus, digital controller design, state space equations
I. Week
Introduction to Digital Control Systems, Digitazing (ADC)
II. Week
Z-Transform, Properties and Theorems
III. Week
Inverse Z-Transform, Solution of Differential Equations with Z-Transform
IV. Week
Z-Plane Analysis of Discrete –Time Systems, Sampling, Zero and First Order Data Retention
V. Week
Calculation of Transfer Functions for Discrete-Time Closed-Loop Systems, Star Laplace Transform
VI. Week
Mapping Between S-Plane and Z-Plane, Transient and Steady-State Response Analysis
VII. Week
Stability Analysis of Closed-Loop Systems, Jury Test
VIII. Week
IX. Week
Discrete-Time Root Locus
X. Week
Root Locus-based Digital Controller Design
XI. Week
Frequency Space-based Digital Controller Design
XII. Week
State Space Equations and Solutions of Discrete-Time Systems
XIII. Week
Digitizing Continuous-Time State Equations
XIV. Week
Lyapunov Stability Analysis
Anticipated Learning Outcomes: The student who succeeded in this course;
Analyzes discrete-time systems with the help of Z-transform.
Does mathematical modelling of sampling, zero and first order data retention.
Analyzes permanent and temporary situations of discrete-time closed-loop systems.
Digitizes and analyzes analog systems by using different methods.
Makes stability analysis of digital systems and generates root locus.
Designs root locus and frequency space-based digital controllers.
Makes state space analysis of discrete-time systems.
Analyzes continuous-time state space equations by digitizing.
Assessment Method(s): Midterm Exam (30%), Final Exam (40%), Project and Assignments (30%)
Textbook: Dijital Kontrol Sistemleri, M. Kemal Sarıoğlu, Sistem Yayıncılık, İstanbul, 2006.
Recommended Reading: Discrete-Time Control Systems, K. Otaga, Prentice Hall, Inc.
Pre/Co-requisites: None

Ders Bilgi Formu (İngilizce) Course Name: Digital Control Systems