Digital Control Systems

Final Project


Overview

The objective of this project is to become familiar with:

NOTE: Use the Project Report Template and see below for minimum required data content your reports and demos.

IN NO CASE may code or files or data or pictures be exchanged between student groups, there is to be NO COPYING of group reports!
Not required in 2021: Also, each student must be able to independently answer any questions themselves during demos.
All students are expected to learn all aspects of every project.
Nevertheless, students are encouraged to collaborate (not copy) during the lab sessions.
Aspects of any project may be included on exams/quizzes.



Final Project

The final project will consist of:

  1. Final report: due by email on/before the start of the final class period (see canvas for due date) worth 100 points, including:
  2. In 2021 final in-person demo is NOT required
  3. Final video presentation: Due the day before scheduled final exam worth 25 extra credit points 
  4. Peer reviews of video presentations: Due during scheduled final exam period:  worth 25 extra credit points    


Final Project Description




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Fig. 1.  Classical digital compensation D(z)



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Fig. 2.  State-variable digital observer+controller compensation


Report Data


  • See report template below


  • Report:


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