|Contact||Prof. Gil Yudilevitch|
Thomas Lausenhammer, M.Sc.
|Language of Instructions||English|
|Language of Materials||English|
|Type / ECTS||Lecture / 3 (Elective Lecture Module)|
|Time and Place (2022W)||Lecture: Wednesday, 12.50-14.30, MW3618|
|Prerequisites (recommended)||ED180006 Grundlagen der Technischen Elektrizitätslehre|
MW2021 Fluidmechanik 1
|Content / Educational Objectives||Introduction to avionics and servo systems.|
Description of electrical servo system, development of motion equation for a permanent magnet direct current (PMDC) motor, brushed and brushless (BLDC).
Selection of additional servo element: gears, amplifiers and sensors.
Description of hydraulic servo system, development of motion equation for a hydraulic piston with servo valve for motion control. Description of pneumatic servo system. Comparison between the different servo systems. Principles and examples of open and closed loops for various servo systems.
After successful completion of this course, the students will know, understand and remember concepts, schemes, models and equations of motion of typical servomechanisms including their actuators and sensors.
After successful completion of this course, the students can apply methods of selection of various electric and hydraulic servo systems’ components, such as: PMDCs, BLDCs, hydraulic rams and hydraulic valves.
After successful completion of this course, the students can analyze and evaluate the static and the dynamic (transient and steady state) behavior of electric and hydraulic servo systems in open loops and in closed loops and, if required, they can solve / improve their performances.
After successful completion of this course, the students can design and create an end-to-end basic electric and hydraulic servo system using the required components and methods of integration.
|Teaching Methods / Materials||The lecture will be presented using PowerPoint slides offering textual, mathematical and visual representations of the lecture content. The visual presentations include graphics as well as selected video material.|
|Exam||90min, written, open book|
|Reference Literature||Wemer L., Control of Electrical Drives, Springer, 3rd Edition, 2001|
Manring N. D., Hydraulic Control Systems, John Wiley & Sons, 2005
Merritt H. E., Hydraulic Control Systems, John Wiley & Sons, 1967