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Module Title : Control System
Module Code : BEEE430, BEM350

Course Objective
To provide the student with an understanding of control theory and the ability to analyze and design industrial control systems.  To develop an appreciation of robotics and automated manufacturing systems.

Course Description

Topics covered include

Time domain analysis, frequency domain analysis, stability, state space, PID controllers.

Concepts of distributed control systems and associated communications protocols, interfacing techniques,

Introduction to robotics and automated manufacturing systems, types of robot and typical application areas, programming concepts   and sensory systems.

Course Requirement
There will be 1 multiple-choice exams and course assignments (Reaction Papers). The objective is not to test your memorization skills but your ability to readily assimilate principles of economics and then apply the data and concepts to everyday problems and situations. 

Course Assignments: Reaction Papers

The reaction paper is your opportunity to reflect and consider each chapter presented in this course.  It should contain your own thoughts, reactions, opinions, areas of agreement or disagreement that you arrive at as you progress through the course.  It may be a reaction to something you read in the text, or outside lecture material.  The paper should be hand-written in ink and a minimum of one page (front & back), single-spaced.

All papers must be submitted at the end of the course.

Grading Procedure
Multiple-choice exams are valued at 70% of final grade; assignment is 30% of final grade.

Numeric Grades

Letter Grades




Superior work at high honors level produces publishable, professionally presentable work



High quality work.



Satisfactory work.



Below average work.



Failure. College-level skills not demonstrated.