Overview of Current Modules

Dear students,

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are still mainly working in "online-mode". However, we plan to offer our teaching activities in the winter semester in a "hybrid" format. This means that whenever possible we intend to pursue in-person teaching and, where necessary, we may employ digital formats. In dependency of your individual needs, we plan to ensure that you can attend our modules also purely online. This applies in particular to modules offered in international study programs. Specific information is provided on the Moodle site of each module, to which you can sign up here. For general questions on teaching related matters please see BTU's teaching and studying FAQs.


Your RuN-team

Control Engineering 1
11-4-94Feedforward and feedback control; Fundamentals on signals and systems (repetition); Description of dynamical systems in the time and frequency domains; Frequency response; Control system properties and specifications; Stability; Hurwitz criterion; Nyquist criterion; Bode diagrams; Controller synthesis in the frequency domain; PID control;  Cascaded control; Control of systems with time delays.2 SWS V, 2 SWS P, 1 SWS LProf. Dr.-Ing. Schiffer, Johannes
Control Engineering 2
11-7-47State space modeling of dynamical systems; Dynamic behavior of linear and nonlinear systems; Lyapunov stability; Solution and stability of linear time-invariant systems; Controllability and observability; State feedback; Pole placement; PI state feedback control; Duality principle; Observers and observer-based control; Separation principle; Optimal control (LQR)2 SWS V, 2 SWS P, 1 SWS LProf. Dr.-Ing. Schiffer, Johannes
Control Technology for Processes and Networks
13-2-94Terms and definitions for modern control systems and the primary processes. A short view to the history.

Structure and parts of modern control systems: Programmable Controllers, stations for operation and visualisation, communication buses, analog and digital signal processing and informations, sensors and actors, computeraided design and programming, project management and documentation.

Basic and advanced tasks of modern control systems: control, stabilisation, safety, visualisation and operation, reporting and optimization. Important for power grids: generation and distribution management

View to the future: Smartgrids
2 SWS V, 2 SWS ÜDr.-Ing. Rau, Uwe
Dynamics and Control of Networks
13-2-97On the completion of this module, students should be able to: 

•    Obtain representations of networks of dynamical systems and multi-agent systems, such as networks of mobile robots or microgrids
•    Investigate input-output and energy properties of dynamical systems
•    Analyze system interconnections through individual subsystem input-output properties
•    Understand the concept of synchronization in dynamical systems
2 SWS V,
1 SWS Ü,
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Schiffer, Johannes
Dr. Rueda Escobedo, Juan Gustavo
Grundzüge der Regelungs- und Automatisierungstechnik
Systembeschreibung mit einfachen Differentialgleichungen und Übertragungsfunktionen; Systemeigenschaften; Stabilität; typische Regler; Entwurf einfacher Regelkreise mit Einstellregeln und Frequenzkennlinien; Störgrößenaufschaltung; Kaskadenregelung; Realisierung von Regelungssystemen; begleitende Übungen, teilweise mit Matlab/Simulink und experimentell.

Aufbau und Funktionalität von Automatisierungssystemen, Einordnung der Prozesssteuerungen, Informationsgewinnung, Binärsignalverarbeitung, Schaltalgebra, kombinatorische Schaltungen, sequentielle Schaltungen, Petrinetze, Aufbau und Funktion von speicherprogrammierbaren Steuerungen gemäß der Norm DIN EN 61131-1, 2, 4 und 5; Grundlagen und Anwendung von SPS-Programmiersprachen AWL (Anweisungsliste), FBS (Funktionsbausteinsprache), KOP (Kontaktplan), ST (Strukturierter Text), AS Ablaufsprache und FB (Anwenderfunktionsbausteine) nach der Norm DIN EN 61131-3.
2 SWS V, 1 SWS Ü,  1 SWS P, 2 SWS L  Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berger, Ulrich
Labor Regelungstechnik
35-4-63Laborexperimente mit Aufgabenstellungen aus Maschinenbau, Elektrotechnik und Verfahrenstechnik:
Analyse und Reglerentwurf im Zeit- und Frequenzbereich, Zustandsregelungen, zeitdiskrete und digitale Regelungssysteme, Nutzung des Softwarepaketes Matlab/Simulink.
4 SWS PDr.-Ing. Rau, Uwe
Regelungstechnik 1
12-8-94Regelung und Steuerung; Grundlagen Signale und Systeme (Wiederholung); Mathematische Beschreibung kontinuierlicher Systeme im Zeit- und Frequenzbereich; Frequenzgang von Übertragungsfunktionen; Regelkreiseigenschaften; Stabilität; Hurwitzkriterium; Nyquistkriterium; Reglerentwurf im Frequenzbereich; PID Reglerentwurf; Kaskadenregelung; Regelung von Systemen mit Totzeit2 SWS V, 2 SWS Ü,  1 SWS P  Prof. Dr.-Ing. Schiffer, Johannes
Regelungstechnik 2
12-8-95Modellierung dynamischer Systeme im Zustandsraum; dynamisches Verhalten linearer und nichtlinearer Systeme; Stabilität nichlinearer Systeme nach Lyapunov; Lösung und Stabilität von linearen zeitvarianten Systemen; Steuerbarkeit und Beobachtbarkeit; Polvorgabe; PI Zustandsregler; Dualitätsprinzip; Beobachter und beobachterbasierte Regelung; Separationsprinzip; optimale Regelung (LQ-Regelung)2 SWS V, 2 SWS Ü,  1 SWS P  Prof. Dr.-Ing. Schiffer, Johannes

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