Matlab Based Unit Impulse Response and Stability Analysis Experiments for Automation Control Theory

CUILING LI, RONGYONG ZHAO, YAN WANG, QIONG LIU, DAHENG DONG

Abstract


In modeling engineering and software application, to reduce the difficulties in the course of automation control faced by Sino-Italian bachelor student majored in automation, a module and multi-language based virtual experiment design method is proposed. Virtual experiment architecture in automation control theory is presented. Five classes of experiments included in virtual experiment architecture are introduced. These experiments are appropriate especially for the Sino-Italian cooperation project in exchange bachelor education. These experiments take the popular simulation software MATLAB in the international control area as the virtual experiment platform, enable the students to master the system modeling and time domain analysis with MATLAB. To validate the method proposed in this paper, the unit impulse response experiment and stability analysis experiment are designed and further conducted by bachelor students in automation experiment room.

Keywords


Impulse response, Stability analysis, Automation control theory, Virtual experiment.Text


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/mess2019/33722

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