Course Code 
Course Title 
Course Planner 
Lectures 
Tutorials 
Practicals 
Credits 
ECE305 
CONTROL SYSTEMS 
16365::Dara Siva Kumar 
3.0 
1.0 
0.0 
4.0 
Course Category 
Courses with numerical and conceptual focus 
TextBooks 

Sr No 
Title 
Author 
Edition 
Year 
Publisher Name 
T1 
Automatic control systems 
Ogata K 
3rd 
2000 
prentice hall, India 
Reference Books 

Sr No 
Title 
Author 
Edition 
Year 
Publisher Name 
R1 
Automatic control systems 
B C KUO 
4th 
1985 
prentice hall, India 
R2 
Control systems engineering 
Norman S Nise 
6th 
1995 
J. Wilson & sons 
R3 
Control systems engineering 
M Gopal 
2nd 
2008 
Tata McGraw Hill 
R4 
Linear control systems 
B S Manke 
4th 
1999 
khanna publisher. 
Other Reading 

Sr No 
Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference) 

OR1 
MATLAB/SIMULINK Documentation for Control System Toolbox. , 

OR2 
Fuzzy Logic Control of vehicle suspension with dry friction nonlinearity; Sadhana,Vol.30,part5,Oct 2005,PP.649659. , 

OR3 
Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurements & controls, March 1999,pp 5359 , 

OR4 
IEEE Control Systems, Dec 2002,pp 611 , 

Relevant Websites 

Sr No 
(Web address) (only if relevant to the course) 
Salient Features 

RW1 
www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php? courseId=1064&sub=ece&sem=Semester%205 
Video demonstration 

RW2 
http://video_demos.colostate.edu/controls/index.html 
Video demonstration 

RW3 
http://newton.ex.ac.uk/teaching/CDHW/Feedback/ 
Pedagogy 

RW4 
www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcontents/IITDelhi/Control %20system%20design 
MATLAB Modules for Control System Analysis & Design 

%20n%20principles/index.htm 

RW5 
www.mathworks.com/solutions/control.htm 
Demo on Control Sysytem design 

RW6 
www.mathworks.com/solutions/control/dcmotor.html 
demo on modelling of dc motor control 
LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)
Weeks before MTE 
7 
Weeks After MTE 
6 
Spill Over 
2 
Detailed Plan For Lectures
Week 
Lecture 
Broad Topic(Sub Topic) 
Chapters/Sections 
Other Readings, 
Lecture Description 
Learning Outcomes 
Pedagogical Tool 
Number 
Number 
of Text/reference 
Relevant 
Demonstration/ Case 

books 
Websites, Audio 
Study / Images / 

Visual Aids, 
animation / ppt etc. 

software and 
Planned 

Virtual Labs 

Week 1 
Lecture 1 
Introduction to Control Systems (Introduction to linear control system) 
T1:1.1 
OR4 
Introduction to systems and Control Systems 
Student should understand what is a system and control system 
Slide show 
Lecture 2 
Introduction to Control Systems (Concept of Feedback) 
T1:1.3 
Feed back concept 
Student should understand what is basics of feedback system 
Slide show 

Introduction to Control Systems (Open loop and Closed loop systems) 
T1:1.3 
RW1 
Different types of Feed back systems 
Student should understand different types of systems 
Slide show 

Lecture 3 
Introduction to Control Systems 
R4:5.1 
Introduction to transfer 
Student should 
Slide show 

(Transfer functions) 
functions 
understand transfer 

functions 

Modelling and Representations of 
T1:3.3 
RW5 
Simple electrical systems 
should understand how 
Topic clarification 

Control Systems(Mathematical modelling and transfer function of Electrical systems) 
and their transfer function 
to derive transfer function 
Problem Solving 

Week 2 
Lecture 4 
Modelling and Representations of 
T1:3.2 
OR2 
Simple mechanical 
should understand how 
Topic clarification 
Control Systems(Mathematical modelling and transfer function of Mechanical systems) 
systems and their transfer function 
to derive transfer function 
Problem Solving 

Modelling and Representations of 
R4:5.2 
OR3 
Simple 
should understand how 
Topic clarification 

Control Systems(Mathematical modelling and transfer function of Electro Mechanical systems) 
electromechanical systems and their transfer function 
to derive transfer function 
Problem Solving 

Lecture 5 
Modelling and Representations of 
R1:3.8 
RW2 
Analogous systems and 
should understand the 
Topic clarification 

Control Systems(Force voltage and Force current Analogy) 
their relation 
analogous networks 
Problem Solving 

Lecture 6 
Modelling and Representations of 
R1:3.8 
RW2 
Analogous systems and 
should understand the 
Topic clarification 

Control Systems(Force voltage and Force current Analogy) 
their relation 
analogous networks 
Problem Solving 

Week 3 
Lecture 7 
Block diagram reduction techniques(Block diagram reduction rules) 
R3:3.1 3.2 3.3 
Block diagram and their reduction 
should understand the reduction rules 
Slide show 
Week 3 
Lecture 8 
Block diagram reduction 
R3:3.1 3.2 3.3 
RW5 
Block diagram and their 
should understand the 
Topic clarification 
techniques(Block diagram reduction techniques) 
reduction 
reduction rules and apply them 
Problem Solving 

Lecture 9 
Block diagram reduction 
R3:3.4 
Signal flow graph and 
should understand how 
Topic clarification 

techniques(Signal flow graph) 
Masons gain formula 
to make signal flow graph 
Problem Solving 

Block diagram reduction 
R3:3.4 
Signal flow graph and 
should understand how 
Topic clarification 

techniques(Masons gain formula) 
Masons gain formula 
to apply masons gain formula to derive transfer function 
Problem Solving 

Week 4 
Lecture 10 
Time Domain Analysis(First order systems) 
T1:5.2 
Order, Type and analysis of first order systems 
should understand Order, Type and analysis of first order systems 
Slide show 

Lecture 11 
Time Domain Analysis(First order systems) 
T1:5.2 
Order, Type and analysis of first order systems 
should understand Order, Type and analysis of first order systems 
Slide show 

Lecture 12 
Time Domain Analysis(Second order systems and Characteristic Equation) 
T1:5.3 
second order systems and characteristic equation 
should understand second order systems and characteristic equation 
Slide show 

Week 5 
Lecture 13 
Time Domain Analysis(Second order systems and Characteristic Equation) 
T1:5.3 
second order systems and characteristic equation 
should understand second order systems and characteristic equation 
Slide show 

Lecture 14 
Time Domain Analysis(steady state error) 
T1:5.8 
OR4 
Error and formula 
should understand Error and formula 
Slide show 

Lecture 15 
Time Domain Analysis(steady state error) 
T1:5.8 
OR4 
Error and formula 
should understand Error and formula 
Slide show 

Week 6 
Lecture 16 
Time Domain Analysis(Static error 
T1:5.8 
Static coefficients 
should understand 
Slide show 

coefficients) 
Static coefficients 

Lecture 17 
Stability Analysis(Concept of 
T1:5.6 
RW2 
Stability 
should understand 
Slide show 

stability) 
R3:5.1 
Stability 

Stability Analysis(BIBO Stability) 
T1:5.6 
BIBO Stability 
should understand 
Slide show 

R3:5.2 5.3 
BIBO Stability 

Lecture 18 
Stability Analysis(Routh Hurwitz criterion) 
T1:5.6 
OR4 
Routh Hurwitz criterion and its application 
should understand Routh Hurwitz criterion and its application 
Slide show 

Week 7 
Lecture 19 
Stability Analysis(Root locus 
T1:6.1 6.2 
OR1 
Root locus technique and 
should understand Root 
Topic clarification 
Technique) 
its application 
locus technique and its application 
Problem Solving 

Lecture 20 
Stability Analysis(Root locus 
T1:6.1 6.2 
OR1 
Root locus technique and 
should understand Root 
Topic clarification 

Technique) 
its application 
locus technique and its application 
Problem Solving 
Week 7 
Lecture 21 
Stability Analysis(Root locus 
T1:6.1 6.2 
OR1 
Root locus technique and 
should understand Root 
Topic clarification 
Technique) 
its application 
locus technique and its application 
Problem Solving 

MIDTERM 

Week 8 
Lecture 22 
Frequency Response(Polar plot) 
T1:7.3 
Polar plot 
should understand Polar plot and able to draw 
Slide show for Graph 

Lecture 23 
Frequency Response(Polar plot) 
T1:7.3 
Polar plot 
should understand Polar plot and able to draw 
Slide show for Graph 

Lecture 24 
Frequency Response(Nyquist Plot) 
T1:7.5 
OR3 
Nyquist Plot 
should understand Nyquist Plot and able to draw 
Slide show for Graph 

Week 9 
Lecture 25 
Frequency Response(Nyquist stability criterion) 
T1:7.5 
OR1 
Stabuility analysis from nyquist plot 
should understand Stabuility analysis from nyquist plot 
Slide show for Graph 
Frequency Response(Gain margin and phase margin) 
T1:7.5 
Calculation of gain margin and phase margin 
should understand Gain margin and phase margin 
Slide show for Graph 

Lecture 26 
Bode Plot(Magnitude plot) 
T1:7.2 
OR4 
Bode plot and its magnitude plot 
should understand Bode plot and its magnitude plot 
Slide show for Graph 

Bode Plot(Phase plot) 
T1:7.2 
OR2 
Bode plot and its Phase plot 
should understand Bode plot and its Phase plot 
Slide show for Graph 

Lecture 27 
Bode Plot(Gain margin and Phase margin) 
T1:7.5 
RW5 
Calculation of gain margin and phase margin 
should understand Gain margin and phase margin 
Slide show for Graph 

Bode Plot(Gain and phase crossover frequency) 
T1:7.5 
calculation of gain crossover and phase crossover frequencies 
should understand gain crossover and phase crossover frequencies 
Slide show for Graph 

Week 10 
Lecture 28 
Compensation Techniques 
T1:7.10 
Compensation 
should understand 
Slide show 

(Compensation techniques using 
techniques 
Compensation 

Bode Plot) 
techniques 

Compensation Techniques(Lag compensation) 
T1:7.12 
Lag compensation 
should understand Lag compensation 
Slide show 

Lecture 29 
Compensation Techniques(Lead compensation) 
T1:7.11 
RW2 
Lead compensation 
should understand Lead compensation 
Slide show 

Lecture 30 
Compensation Techniques(Lag Lead compensation) 
T1:7.13 
Lag Lead compensation 
should understand Lag Lead compensation 
Slide show 

Week 11 
Lecture 31 
PID Controllers(Proportional integral and derivative control action) 
R4:6.9 
RW3 
Proportional integral and derivative control action 
should understand Proportional integral and derivative control action 
Slide show 
PID Controllers(PI Controller) 
R4:6.9 
RW3 
PI Controller 
should understand PI Controller 
Slide show 

Lecture 32 
PID Controllers(PD Controller) 
R4:6.9 
RW3 
PD Controller 
should understand PD Controller 
Slide show 
Week 11 
Lecture 32 
PID Controllers(PID controller) 
R4:6.9 
RW3 
PID controller 
should understand PID controller 
Slide show 
Lecture 33 
State Space Analysis(State space analysis to transfer functions) 
T1:9.2 
Introduction to state space metod 
should understand State space analysis to transfer functions 
Slide show 

Week 12 
Lecture 34 
State Space Analysis(State space analysis to transfer functions) 
T1:9.2 
Introduction to state space metod 
should understand State space analysis to transfer functions 
Slide show 

Lecture 35 
State Space Analysis(Solutions of 
T1:9.4 
RW4 
Solutions of state 
should understand 
Topic clarification 

state equations) 
equations 
Solutions of state equations 
Problem Solving 

Lecture 36 
State Space Analysis(Solutions of 
T1:9.4 
RW4 
Solutions of state 
should understand 
Topic clarification 

state equations) 
equations 
Solutions of state equations 
Problem Solving 

Week 13 
Lecture 37 
State Space Analysis(Transfer 
R4:9.5 
Transfer Function 
should understand 
Topic clarification 

Function Decomposition) 
Decomposition 
Transfer Function 
Problem Solving 

Decomposition 

Lecture 38 
State Space Analysis(Transfer 
R4:9.5 
Transfer Function 
should understand 
Topic clarification 

Function Decomposition) 
Decomposition 
Transfer Function 
Problem Solving 

Decomposition 

State Space Analysis 
T1:9.6 9.7 
Controllability and 
should understand 
Topic clarification 

(Controllability and Observability) 
Observability 
Controllability and 
Problem Solving 

Observability 

Lecture 39 
State Space Analysis 
T1:9.6 9.7 
Controllability and 
should understand 
Topic clarification 

(Controllability and Observability) 
Observability 
Controllability and 
Problem Solving 

Observability 

SPILL OVER 

Week 14 
Lecture 40 
Revision of important topics 
Student should clearly understand all the topics 
Slide show 

Lecture 41 
Revision of important topics 
Student should clearly understand all the topics 
Slide show 
Scheme for CA:
Component 
Frequency 
Out Of 
Each Marks 
Total Marks 
Quiz,Test 
2 
3 
10 
20 
Total : 
10 
20 
Details of Academic Task(s)
AT No. 
Objective 
Topic of the Academic Task 
Nature of Academic Task 
Evaluation Mode 
Allottment / 
(group/individuals/field work 
submission Week 

Test 1 
To evaluate 
Topics covered from lecture 19 
Individual 
Evaluation of test 

individual students 

performance 

Test 2 
To evaluate 
Topics covered from lecture no. 1019 
Individual 
Evaluation of test 

individual students 

performance 

Quiz 1 
To evaluate 
From lecture no. 2230 
Individual 
Evaluation of Quiz 
10 / 11 
individual 

performance 
Tutorial No. 
Lecture Topic 
Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc) 
Tutorial 1 
Modelling of mechanical systems. 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 2 
Modelling of electrical and electromechanical systems. 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 3 
Test 1 
Test 
Tutorial 4 
Blockdiagram reduction 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 5 
Signal flow graph and Mason's gain formulae. 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 6 
Concept of poles and zero's. 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 7 
Test 2 
Test 
After MidTerm 

Tutorial 8 
Routh Hurwitz criterion and RootLocus. 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 9 
Polar plot and Nyquist plot, bode plot 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 10 
PID controller. 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 11 
Quiz 1 
Test 
Tutorial 12 
Lag, Lead and LagLead compensation 
Problem solving 
Tutorial 13 
controllability and observability 
Problem solving 
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