ME507 Process Modeling and Control
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Tues/Thurs, 2:00 – 4:00
Distance learning and on campus sections available
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|This course provides an integrated study of physical system modeling and dynamics, control concepts, and process/product design. The goal is to deepen students physical intuition as well as learning how to determine the appropriate roles for changing the system design and adding closed loop control.|
|Major themes include:
* Modeling multi-domain physical systems (electrical, mechanical fluid, thermal).
* Relation of system features to dominant dynamics.
* Application of control techniques in the time and frequency domain.
* Actuator selection and control structure design.
* Integration of system and control design.
|Examples and case studies are drawn from a variety of applications including:
* disk drives
* biomedical applications
* CD manufacturing
* thermal processing
* film deposition for electronics
* high speed machining
ME 507 Process Modeling and Control
Next Offering Spring 2014 – Enroll Now