Campus Offenburg, room B 102
Profile and objectives
The Laboratory for Control Engineering is offered in different semesters, depending on the course of study, and teaches the basics of the following topics:
Analysis and synthesis of control loops
Dimensioning, design and testing of various analog and digital controller types
Computer simulation of controls and real-time applications by rapid prototyping
In addition to the standard tests carried out by all students of the relevant degree programmes, students can deepen their knowledge in the fields of automation technology by writing their seminar papers, project reports or final theses and acquire technologically highly up-to-date knowledge. One example is the automated harvesting of fruit in the agricultural sector, which is a very demanding scientific topic.
Scientific head of laboratory
Prof. Dr..-Ing. Jörg Fischer
- 6 workstations with the simulation software Matlab-Simulink.
- 2 workstations additionally equipped with dSpace's rapid prototyping software and hardware for real-time code generation directly from the Simulink model.
- 2 workstations for basic exercise with the Bode diagram.
- 1 workstation is equipped with a three-dimensional gantry crane from Festo.
Internships and Tutorials
Determination of route parameters with frequency response analysis (Bode diagram)
- Dimensioning and simulation of basic controller types P, PI and PID controllers on different controlled Systems.
- Dimensioning by means of Bode diagram, Kessler method and Chien-Hrones-Reswick method.
- Dimensioning and simulation of discrete controllers of the PID type on selected controlled systems.
Simulation and real-time application of a level control system (water tank).