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Róbert Szabolcsi
Modern Control Engineering in Mechatronics

THESIS TOPIC PROPOSAL

Institute: Universitas Budensis
military engineering
Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences

Thesis supervisor: Róbert Szabolcsi
Location of studies: Óbudai Egyetem Bánki Donát Gépész és Biztonságtechnikai Mérnöki Kar
Abbreviation of location of studies: ÓEBGK


Description of the research topic:

Modern control engineering is the necessary and sufficient part of the control system design and analysis. Modern control engineering is a Computer aided one, and supported by computer packages like MATLAB, Simulink, SolidEdge, AutoCAD, Inventor. Main interest in this topic is scientific overview of the field of computer aided analysis and design of the robot systems including both air and ground robots.
Research Aims:
1.Theoretical backgrounds of the preliminary computer aided design of the robot systems.
2.Advances in mechatronics – mathematical models of the elements of the control systems.
3.Review of the classical and modern control theory.
4.Design of the control systems using classical and modern state space methods.
5.Robust control systems.
6.Optimal control systems.
7.Nonlinear control systems.
8.Random control systems
9. Principles of the elasticity. Motion and control of the elastic systems and robot arms.
10.Air robots and unmanned aerial vehicles and vehicle systems.
11.Ground robots and robot systems.
12.Military and civil application of the robot systems.

Related Literature:
•Nelson, R. C. Flight Stability and Automatic Control, McGraw-Hill, Inc. 1989.
•McLean, D. Automatic Flight Control Systems, Prentice-Hall, International Ltd., 1990.
•Blakelock, J. H. Automatic Control of Aircraft and Missiles, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1991.
•Burns, R. S. Advanced Control Engineering, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford-Auckland-Boston-Johannesburg-Melbourne-New Delhi, 2001.
•Franklin, G. F. – Powell, J. D. – Emami-Naeini, A. Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, Prentice-Hall, Pearson Education International, 2002.
•Stefani, R. T. – Shahian, B. – Savant Jr., C. J. – Hostetter, G. H. Design of Feedback Control Systems, Oxford University Press, New York-Oxford, 2002.
•Lantos, B. Control System Engineering, Part I-II, Modern Control Engineering, (in Hungarian), Academic Press, ISBN 963-05-7922-7, Budapest, Hungary (2003).
•Dr. Róbert Szabolcsi: Automatic Flight Control Systems (in Hungarian), Zrínyi Miklós National Defense University, University Press, 2004.
•Nise, N. S. Control Systems Engineering, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004.
•Prof. Dr. Róbert Szabolcsi: Modern automatic Flight Control Systems (in Hungarian), Zrínyi Miklós National Defense University, ISBN 978-963-7060-32-8, University Press, p 415, 2011.
•Prof. Dr. Róbert Szabolcsi: Computer Aided Design of Modern Control Systems (in Hungarian), Zrínyi Miklós National Defense University, ISBN 978-615-5057-26-7, p415, 2011.
•Dorf, R.C. – Bishop, R.H. Modern Control Systems, Prentice-Hall International Inc., 2011.

Partners:
•Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
•National University of Public Service, Department of Military Aviation.
•FESTO Didactic Ltd.
•Fanuc Robotics Hungaria Ltd.

Required language skills: angol
Number of students who can be accepted: 2

Deadline for application: 2017-01-31

 
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