Dept. of Electrical Engineering
The Ohio State University

EE 757 Control Laboratory I

Instr: Prof. U.Ozguner
Winter Quarter 1996
Lecture: T R 12:30 - 1:18
Lab: R 1:30 - 4:30
Course Number: 06694-5

The EE 757 laboratory is a Senior/Graduate level control laboratory that follows EE 557, and is oriented towards small-scale digital control applications. Students are expected to have some knowledge of classical control techniques, programming in a higher level language (in this case C) and some laboratory experience. Lectures provide background necessary for performing control tasks which increase in level of sophistication as the course progresses. Students gain hands-on experience in designing, simulating, analyzing, and implementing real-time controllers and learn more about measurement techniques and interfacing. Hardware and software aspects of real-time control are addressed in each lab. Types of control schemes that are covered include on/off control, PID, state-feedback with and without observer, pulse-width modulation, variable structure control, and adaptive control.

Prerequisites: EE 265 or equivalent; EE 557; EE 755 (prereq or concurrrent)

This course is held in the Intelligent Systems and Digital Control Laboratory.