Automatic control overview of techniques (PT-AU)

Going through control law techniques to acquire a solid automatic control foundation

Discover PID controller

Introduction – Advantages and limitations – Governable systems with PID – P, PI, PD – Settings – Implementation

Control with compensation

Principle – Advantages and limitations – Ideal loop transfer – Example

Internal model control

Principle – Advantages and limitations – Example

Pole placement

Principle – Advantages and limitations – Example

State approach

Introduction – State feedback and observer – LQG/LTR control – Example

Control with sliding mode

Principle – Advantages and limitations – Example

Predictive control

Principle – Advantages and limitations – Example

Introduction to feedforward

Principle of feedback/feedforward – Advantages and limitations – Example

Control with decoupling

Decoupling with feedforward – Decoupling with feedback – Advantages and limitations – Example

Review and discussion

Comparative table of different methods

Educational objectives

  • introduce principles of most used control law techniques
  • present advantages and limitations of each technique

Expected benefits

  • be able to choose the correct techniques for a given system


Duration : 1 day

Audience :

  • engineers
  • technicians

Training level :

  • discovery traineeship
  • technical subject

Prerequisites :

  • deepen knowledge of dynamic systems

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