Seminar 1:From Circuit Simulation to Prototyping and Measurements using NI Multisim, NI ELVIS and NI Virtual Bench
Finding effective tools to quickly and efficiently move from Concept to Experimentation and Advanced Analysis has always been a challenge in the Circuit Design world. NI provides the hardware and software engineers, researchers, educators and students need to experiment and move beyond theory and simulation. During this 5 hour seminar, dicover how you quickly move from Circuit Simulation to Prototyping and Measurements using NI Multisim, NI ELVIS and and NI Virtual Bench.
- Introduction to Circuit Simulation and Prototyping: Simulate, prototype and measure a simple circuit using Multisim and ELVIS
- Device Characterization: Characterize discrete devices using advance measurement techniques
- Advance Measurement and Debugging Techniques for Circuits: Analyze an op-amp circuit using advance measurement techniques including use of computer-based measurement
- Transient Analysis and Measurement: Simulate and perform actual measurememts on a real world circuit to determine its transient response
- Frequency Analysis and Measurement: Simulate and perform actual measurements on a real world circuit to determine its frequency response
- Transfer Function: Use advance System Identification techniques to evaluate transfer function of a sample circuit
- Digitally Assisted Analog Circuits: Design a simple buck-boost circuit using digital assisted techniques
- Power Electronics Design and Measurement: Design and measure a power electronics circuit from simulation to prototyping
|September 3, 2015||11:00 AM - 4:00 PM||Information Technology University Lahore||Registration Closed|
Seminar 2:Real-Time Controls Design, Deployment and Signal Processing using NI LabVIEW, NI myRIO and NI CompactRIO
Find out more about NI's embedded design platforms during this 5 hour interactive seminar for engineers, researchers, educators and graduate students in the fields of controls, mechatronics, robotics, and embedded systems. Discover how to take advantage of graphical programming for stand-alone, deterministic systems and apply what you learn to your own applications.
Understanding Advanced Dynamic Systems: Differential Equations (Time Domain), State Variable Representation, Linearity, Linearization Techniques, Laplace Tranforms (Frequency Domain)
Understanding Control Systems: Transfer Functions, Block Diagrams, Control Systems, Controller Types and Techniques, Control Design Software, MathScript Intro, MATLAB Intro, CD&SIM Intro, Simulink Intro, Frequency Domain Analysis, Time Domain Analysis
Design Process Overview: Model Based Design, Control Design Process, Frequency Domain Analysis, Time Domain Analysis
System Identification: Identifying Your Plant, System Identification Process Overview, System Identification Toolkit (SysID)
Controller Design: Types of PID Controllers, PID Implementation with NI Products, PID System Response Characteristics, PID Autotuning, PID Gain Scheduling
Simulations and Models: Understanding Simulations, Simulation using CD&SIM Module, Simulation Interface Toolkit, Generating Compiled Models
Advanced Control Techniques: Feedforward, Lead-Lag, Filters, Model Predictive Controllers, Other Controllers
Applications: Inverted Pendulum Control, Flexible Link Control, Flexible Joint Control, Hardware in the loop
Who Should Attend
This event is intended for control design engineers, university professors and researchers involved in the process of control design : from system identification, to linearization and controller design and deployment. Engineers outside of universities are also encouraged to attend as the technical information in many of the topics has broad applicability.
|September 2, 2015||11:00 AM - 4:00 PM||COMSATS Lahore Electrical Engineering Department||Registration Closed|