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Teaching Controls with a Remote Laboratory Using Simulink and xPC Target

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Implementing a Remote Laboratory Experience into a Joint Engineering Degree Program: Aerodynamic Levitation of a Beach Ball
by Shaphan R. Jernigan, Yusef Fahmy,  and Gregory D. Buckner
IEEE Transactions on Education, Volume 52, Issue 2, May 2009, pp. 205-213
Abstract

The article describes how xPC Target and Simulink were used to implement a remote Laboratory for a Control Systems course. These tools enabled the distance students to:

  • Develop the plant and controller for a beach-ball-and-blower system
  • Test the controller with hardware in the remote laboratory
  • View and adjust controller performance in real time

Student evaluations demonstrated the effectiveness of this approach.

 

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