ENGS 26: Control Theory
The course treats the design of analog, lumped parameter systems for the regulation or control of a plant or process to meet specified criteria of stability, transient response, and frequency response. The basic theory of control system analysis and design is considered from a general point of view. Mathematical models for electrical, mechanical, chemical, and thermal systems are developed. Feedback-control system design procedures are established, using root-locus and frequency response methods.
ENGS 26 Final Projects: Dartmouth engineers present their "Control Theory" final class projects — robots they call "ducks" that demonstrate principles of feedback control.