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Basic Control Theory-Dr. Hung Nguyen

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Lecture Notes
BASIC CONTROL THEORY
Module 1
Modelling of Dynamic Systems
(Linear system modelling, ODEs - continuous-time models, Laplace transform)
AUGUST 2005
Prepared by Dr. Hung Nguyen
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1. Mathematical Modelling of Dynamic Systems...........................................................................1
2. Continuous Time Models \u2013 Ordinary Differential Equations.....................................................1
3. General Modelling Principles......................................................................................................2
3.1 Mechanical Systems.............................................................................................................2

Example 1 A Simple Pendulum..............................................................................................2
Example 2 A Mass-Damper System.......................................................................................2
3.2 Liquid Level Storage Systems..............................................................................................4

Example 3 A Liquid Level Storage System...........................................................................4
3.3 Electrical Systems.................................................................................................................7
Example 4 Close-Loop RLC Circuit......................................................................................7
4. Review of Laplace Transform.....................................................................................................8
4.1 Laplace Transform................................................................................................................8
4.2 Laplace Transform Theorems.............................................................................................10
4.3 Applications of Laplace Transform.....................................................................................13
Example 5.............................................................................................................................13
Example 6.............................................................................................................................15
Example 7.............................................................................................................................16
Example 8.............................................................................................................................17
Example 9.............................................................................................................................19
Example 10...........................................................................................................................19
Example 11...........................................................................................................................20
Example 12...........................................................................................................................21
4.4 Partial Fraction Expansion with MATLAB........................................................................23
Example 13...........................................................................................................................23
Example 14...........................................................................................................................24
Summary of Module 1...................................................................................................................26
Exercises........................................................................................................................................26
Appendix \u2013 Numerical Integration Methods.................................................................................30
Sample Program in MATLAB..................................................................................................31

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