Computer-Aided Design of Control Tools and Systems

Course: Computer-Aided Design of Control Tools and Systems

Programme Summary

Major: 27.04.04 Automated Control

Degree: Master

Course units:

Unit 1. CAD: purpose, objectives, key concepts and definitions

Unit 2. Systematic approach to design

Unit 3. Classification of CAD software


  • 3.2 End-to-end CAD systems. Functionality, features and examples of CAE/CAD/CAM systems.
  • 3.3. CALS

Unit 4. CAD support

  • 4.1. CAD hardware and software and information support
  • 4.2 Language and organizational support and mathware

Unit 5. Design work statements

  • 5.1. Regulatory guidelines on the elaboration of work statements for process control design
  • 5.2 Process control drafting requirements

Course contents:

This course teaches some basic principles and techniques of designing CAD systems and covers the system architecture. The practical unit of the course covers some contemporary approaches to design and process engineering.


  • Teacher-led group activities in a classroom;
  • Extracurricular self-study of the teacher’s assignments and tasks, including the use of educational facilities (obligatory);
  • Office-hours.

Total hours – 108

Total points – 3

Practical classes – 36

Midterm assessment – Pass/fail examination

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