70220132 (Modern Control Theory)

Course Name: Modern Control Theory

Course Number: 70220132

Program: Graduate program

Type: Selected

Credits:2

Term Offered: Fall

Prerequisite(s): Automatic Control Systme

Instructor(s): Shengwei Mei

Textbook(s):

“Modern Control Theory”, Lu Qiang and Mei Shengwei  2009

Reference(s):

1.Lu Qiang, Sun Yuanzhang and Mei Shengwei, Nonlinear Control Systems and Power System Dynamics, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 2001.

2.Mei Shengwei Shen Tielong and Liu Kangzhi Modern Robust Control Theory and Application (Second Edition) THU Press 2008. (In Chinese)

3. Lu Qiang Wang Zhonghong and Han Yingduo Optimal Control of Power Transmission system 1982  (In Chinese)

4. Lu Qiang, Mei Shengwei and Sun Yuanzhang Power System Nonlinear Control(Second Edition),THU Press, 2008  (In Chinese)

5.LU Qiang, Sun Yuanzhang  Mei Shengwei, Nonlinear Control Systems and Power System Dynamics,  Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 2001.

6.Lu Qiang, Dynamic Optimal Control, Teaching material, Colorado State University, 1986.

7.A. Isidori, Nonlinear Control Systems (3rd Edition), Springer-Verlag, 1995.

8.Wu Qi, Principle of Automatic Control(Second Edition),THU Press, 2006  (In Chinese)

9.Wang Enping,Introduction to Linear System Control Theory,Guangdong Science and Technology Publishing House, 1991 (In Chinese)

10.  Zheng Dazhong,Linear System Theory(Second Edition),THU Press, 2002  (In Chinese)

11.  Huang Lin, Theory of Stability,PEK Press,1992 (In Chinese)

12.  Hahn, W., Stability of  Motion, Springer-Verlag, 1967. (In Chinese)

13.  Gao Weibing,Motion Stability,Higher Education Press, 1988 (In Chinese)

14.  Gao Weibing, Nonlinear Control System,Science Press, 1988 (In Chinese)

15.  Cheng Daizhan, Geometric Theory of Nonlinear System,Science Press, 1988。(In Chinese)

16.  Arjan van der Schaff L2-Gain and Passivity Techniques in Nonlinear Control Springer 2000

17.  Anton Stoorvogel,  The  Control Problem, Prentice Hall, New York, 1992.

Course Description:

The course gives a description of the fundamentals of the optimal and robust control theory of linear/nonlinear feedback control systems, with special emphasis on the differential-geometric approach and passivity techniques.

Course Objectives and Outcomes:

a) Students could master the basic concept and knowledge of linear and nonlinear control theory.

b)Students could get familiar with the process of modeling and controller design approaches for both linear and nonlinear control systems.

c) Students could use the theory, analysis and design methods to solve problems in power systems.

Course Topics:

1. Linear Control Systems

2. Nonlinear Control Systems and differential geometric approach

3. Linear  H¥ controller design principle

4. Nonlinear H¥ controller design principle

Course Assessment:

 There are two ways of assessment in this course.

 Type A:

  Homework. 10 points.

  Final Examination. 90 points.

 Type B:

  Homework. 10 points.

  Research Report of the Inverted Pendulum System Control. 90 points.