Real-Time and Off-Line Aids for Teaching Digital Control

by Raymond G. Jacquot, Univ of Wyoming, United States,
Jerry J. Cupal, Univ of Wyoming, United States,
Guowei Xu, Univ of Wyoming, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: University Programs in Computer-Aided Engineering, Design, and Manufacturing


This is a report of unique computer tools developed for teaching of the design of digital control systems at the University of Wyoming. The real-time components of the laboratory involve a programmable digital filter which may be used as an open-loop filter or a closed-loop compensator and a programmable digital state estimator/controller for implementation of estimated state feedback control strategies. The off-line portion involves a comprehensive design tool 'The Digital Control Designer' which runs on a minimally expanded personal computer.

Subject Headings: Computing in civil engineering | Filters | Control systems | Engineering education | Equipment and machinery | Teaching methods | Colleges and universities

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