Electrical Controls systems exist in almost every modern product from simple household washing machines to the Space Shuttle Discovery. Apart from seldomly used open-loop systems, most Electrical Controls Engineers employ sensory feedback to measure the output performance of the device and to actuate its control. Control systems engineers focus on the mathematical modeling of systems before deploying and implementing a system, and most commonly use the MATLAB software’s Control System Toolbox for computations & modelling.
Control theory is divided into classical and modern theory. Classical control theory is limited to single-input and single-output system design and frequently employs time domain analysis using differential equations or in the frequency domain by using Laplace transform complex-s domain. Electrical Controls Engineering courses are typically taught as part of Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineerings or Mechanical Engineering undergraduate programs. Fortunately, Homework Help Canada employs multiple graduate level engineers familiar with the underlying principles of control theory ready to deliver complete reports and projects. Trust the experts at Homework Help Canada, get a quote now.