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Code No: RR420201
Set No. 1
IV B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, May 2008
DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
\u22c6 \u22c6 \u22c6 \u22c6 \u22c6
1. (a) With suitable diagram explain any method of digital to analog conversion.
(b) What are the di\ufb00erent types of sampling operations? explain each of them.
[8+8]
2. (a) Given that the z-transformG(z) =
z(z\u22120.2)
4(z\u22120.8)(z\u22121). Find the sequence g(kT).
(b) i.F(s)=2(s+1)
s(s+5)
ii. f(t) =te\u2212t
[8+8]
3. The block diagram of a digital control system is shown in Figure 3, where
Gp(s) =
K
s(s+5).
Figure 3
Determine the range of K for the system to be asymptotically stable.
[16]
4. Compare the characteristics of time-domain responses of continuous - time and
discrete - time systems.
[16]
5. The open loop transfer function of a unity - feedback digital control system is given
asG(z) =K(z+0.5)(z+0.2)
(z\u22121)(z2\u2212z+0.5). Sketch the root loci of the system for 0< K <\u221e.
Indicate all important information on the root loci.
[16]

6. A block diagram of a digital control system is shown in Figure 6. Design a PID controller D(z), to eliminate the steady-state error due to a step input and simulta- neously realizing a good transient response, and the ramp-error constant Kv should equal 5.

[16]
Figure 6
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Code No: RR420201
Set No. 1
7. Find the complete response of the system
x(k+1 ) =
\ue000
1 1
0\u22121
\ue001
x(k) +
\ue002
01
\ue003
u(k);
x(0) =
\ue002
1
\u22121
\ue003
if u(k) = 1 for k = 0,1,2,....
[16]

8. (a) Derive the necessary condition for the digital control system
X(k + 1) = AX(k) + Bu(k)
Y(k) = CX (k) to be Controllable.

(b) Examine whether the discrete data system
X(k + 1) = AX(k) + BU(k)
Y(k) = CX(k) where A =
\ue002
1\u22122
1\u22121
\ue003
, B =
\ue002
1 0
0\u22121
\ue003
, C =
\ue002
1 0
0 1
\ue003
is
i. State controllable and
ii. Observable.
[10+6]
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Code No: RR420201
Set No. 2
IV B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, May 2008
DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
\u22c6 \u22c6 \u22c6 \u22c6 \u22c6
1. (a) With suitable block diagram explain the general sampled data control system.
(b) State and explain the theorem required to satisfy to recover the signal e(t)
from the samples e\u2217(t).
[8+8]
2. (a) State and prove \u2018initial and Final\u2019 values theorems.
(b) Find the z-Transforms of the following:
i. F(s)=
1
s2(s+1)
ii.f (t) =t sin(\u03c9t)
[8+8]
3. Find the range of K for the system shown in Figure 3 to be stable.
[16]
Figure 3

4. Consider the system shown in Figure 4. Derive the di\ufb00erence equation describing the system dynamics when the input voltage is pieceswise constant. i.e., e(t) = e(kT) when kT\u2264 t< (k + 1) and T = 1 Sec.

Figure 4
Also obtain the values of the output voltage at sampling instants of e(kT) = kT
for k\u2265 0.
[16]
5. Consider the digital control system whose transfer function is given by
GH(z) =
0.0952Kz
(z\u22121)(z\u22120.905). Draw the Nyquist plot and determine its stability. [16]
6. Consider the system shown in Figure 6 and design lead compensatorGc(z) in w\u2019-
plane for this system to meet the following speci\ufb01cations:
(a) damping ratio =0.7,
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