Advanced motion control

Part 2 Motion control

This course focusses on motion control of industrial systems with mechanical components, such as servo-systems, drones and wind turbines. The motions of these systems are often effected by vibrations, badly damped eigenmodes and interactions. This complicates motion control design and tuning.

How to master advanced control concepts

In this second part of the course, you learn how to master advanced control concepts. Subjects treated are gain-scheduling, feedforward and self-learning feedforward, decoupling, override, split-range and master-slave control.

The course consists of a mixture of lectures, demonstrations, exercises and experiments. You will work with realistic simulations and an experimental lab-setup. In this setup a control computer measures and controls the motion. The control computer program can be changed by the attendants.

You can subscribe for the entire series, but also opt for one or more separate modules. Please view the tab ‘modules’ below for more information.

Intended for

Engineers who want to improve and extend their knowledge on motion control, and who wish to learn and understand more on the practical issues in implementing, using and optimizing motion control systems.

At the request of the participants this course can be taught in Dutch or English.

Deel deze pagina

  • Modules
      omschrijving prijs start

    Gehele cursus

    Motion control € 3.125,00 excl. btw June 3, 4, 10, 11 and 17 2020

    Losse modules

    Motion controller basics € 2.220,00 excl. btw June 3, 4 and 10 2020
    Advanced motion control € 830,00 excl. btw June 11 2020
    Realisation and implementation of advanced motion control € 830,00 excl. btw June 17 2020
  • Informatie
    Cursusdata: June 11 2020
    Locatie: to be announced
    Prijs: € 830,00 excl. btw
    excl. the book: ‘The Design of High Performance Mechatronics’
    Dit programma wordt in het Engels gegeven.
  • Programma

    Module 2

    • Gain-scheduling
    • Feedforward  and self-learning feedforward
    • Decoupling
    • Override control
    • Split-range control
    • Master-slave control
    • Exercises with advanced control