13M011DP2 - Digital Motion Control
|Digital Motion Control
|Electrical Engineering and Computing
|Type of study
|master academic studies
|Lecturer (for classes)
|Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
|Lecturer/Associate (for OTC)
|Mastering the theory and practical implementation of digital speed and position control, troubleshooting and compliance torsional oscillations, as well as generating the reference trajectory in a coordinated multiaxial movement. Laboratory exercises allow overcoming the practical aspects.
|The outcome of this course is to master the theory and implementation of digital motion control, as well as to prepare students for the analysis and design of digital control systems for speed and position. The course covers the analysis, design, implementation, and evaluation of coding.
|Contents of lectures
|DSP technology in the management of the movement, speed and position controllers, mechanical resonance problems, reconstruction of signals, and generating the reference trajectory in the coordination of movement. Methods of synthesis and regulation in setting the parameters of traditional analog industrial controllers. The method of dual relationships. Robustness of traditional analog solutions.
|Contents of exercises
|Advantages and disadvantages of digital implementation. Discretization in time and amplitude. The problem of fake characters in the parade range of samples. Hardware and software solutions for the elimination of false figures. Digital implementation structure for the control of electrical drives.
|Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
|Study and Research
|Methods of teaching
|45 lectures, 15 hours of auditory exercises. 15 hours of laboratory and demonstration exercises. 50 hours of independent work, 25 hours of work with teachers through seminars and discussions. Working with students 1:1 for 4 hours each week consultation.
|Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
|Activites during lectures