8 students

MATLAB & Simulink Applications in Processes Design & Simulation

Interactive Online Course

  • Tentative Start Date: Winter 2021 Semester (whenever the minimum enrollment limit of 8 is met or TBA)
  • Fridays, 6:00-7:45 pm EDT
  • Length: 7 weeks (14 hrs)
  • Instructors: Dr. Ramin Soltanzadeh

Important Notes: 

  • A “Certificate of Completion” will be awarded to you, if you complete at least 70% of the course.
  1. The full price of the course is $100. 
  • The early bird enrollment has $30 off (total $70) for the first 7 registrants.

Course Description

In this course, we are going to first declare a system in MATLAB and Simulink. At the end of this course, the attendees would be able to declare a continuous and discrete system in MATLAB and design a process system that user can change the parameters through a graphical user interface (GUI). The course would be 10 hours overall and it will cover all the topics of continuous system. During the course, the attendees will learn all the theory as well as MATLAB tools that one needs to know to design an effective PID controller either directly or with PID modules in PLCs. At the end of the course attendees would be able to adjust all the parameter of a PID controller to achieve the desired system behaviour through different examples including practical examples. Also, an introduction about the discrete systems and controller design for discrete system would be presented.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to MATLAB and different environments in MATLAB such as GUIDE
  • Different methods of declaring a system in MATLAB
  • Different responses of a system in MATLAB
  • Root locus in MATLAB
  • Bode Plot in MALTAB
  • Nyquist and Nichols plots in MATLAB
  • PID controller design
  • Lead and Lag controller design
  • Design graphical user interface (GUI) and control a system with changing parameters through that.
  • Discrete systems and controllers (just a summary)

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