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  • 38:15 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 13 - Discrete Time and Non-linearity

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 13 - Discrete Time and Non-linearity

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    Lecture 13 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.Lecture 13 is a qualitative lecture introducing the ideas of state-space representation, discrete time and non-linear control.

  • 22:23 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 12 - Simulation Software

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 12 - Simulation Software

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    Lecture 12 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.Lecture 12 talks about the purpose of simulations in control systems and introduces Matlab as an example of the sort of software used to performs

  • 42:50 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 11 - Controllers

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 11 - Controllers

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    Lecture 11 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.Lecture 11 brings together the work done in the previous sessions to talk about controllers and controller design. Introduced is the three-term or

  • 55:07 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 10 - Root Locus

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 10 - Root Locus

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    Lecture 10 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.Lecture 10 continues on from last week's lecture on the s-plane to introduce the root locus method, allowing one to examine how the s-plane closed

  • 46:41 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 9 - The s-plane

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 9 - The s-plane

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    Lecture 9 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture introduce the s-plane as a tool to graphically represent a transfer function, which will then enable you to determine the sort of resp

  • 33:40 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 8 - Modifying Behaviour

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 8 - Modifying Behaviour

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    Lecture 8 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture talks about how by changing the gain or adding a compensator can modify the behaviour of the system to improve the response and increa

  • 32:52 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 7 - Frequency Response and Stability

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 7 - Frequency Response and Stability

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    Lecture 7 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture recaps why we use frequency response, with some more details about how second order systems behave, and in particular, how the damping

  • 55:08 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 6b - Frequency Response

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 6b - Frequency Response

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    Lecture 6b for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol. This lecture covers the same material covered in lecture 6a, to aid understanding. This lecture is presented by Neil Larsen.This lecture introduc

  • 49:58 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 6a - Frequency Response

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 6a - Frequency Response

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    Lecture 6 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture introduces frequency response, amplitude ratio and phase angle. Ways to represent frequency response graphically are introduced using

  • 41:20 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 5 - Block Diagrams

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 5 - Block Diagrams

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    Lecture 5 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture covers block diagrams used to represent control systems, methods of manipulation of block diagrams (including an Example) as well as c

  • 46:34 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 4 - Second Order Time Response

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 4 - Second Order Time Response

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    Lecture 4 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture covers how to determine the time response for second order systems based on the values for damping ratio and natural frequency. Covere

  • 36:32 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 3 - Time Response

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 3 - Time Response

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    Lecture 3 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture covers input functions in the s-domain, combining with system transfer functions and converting back to the time domain using partial

  • 43:51 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 2 - Modelling Systems

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 2 - Modelling Systems

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    Lecture 2 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture reviews the method involved in determining the differential equations representing systems, then moves on to cover the Laplace operato

  • 41:29 Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 1 - Introduction

    Control Systems Engineering - Lecture 1 - Introduction

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    Lecture 1 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol. Slides available here: http://www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/~bw-drew/CSE_Lecture_1-UWE.pdf.This lecture covers introduction to the module, control system bas

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