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M. S.

Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences


Private University Established in Karnataka State by Act No. 15 of 2013

Faculty of Engineering and Technology


Department
Programme
Semester
Course Code
Course Leader

Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Technology (ME)
V
MEC303A
Mr.Pramod P

Batch

2014

Course Title

Control Systems Engineering

Assignment no 2

A1.1

Introduction to Lead and lag compensator

02

A1.2

Advantages of Lead and lag compensator

02

A1.3

Reasoning behind designing Lead Lag compensator

04

A1.4

Conclusion

02
Part-A Max Marks

Part B 1

B1.1
B1.2
B1.3

10

Gain k, to be entered from keyboard

02

Displaying and plotting of magnitude and phase


response
Calculation of peak magnitude and its frequency

B.1 Max Marks

10

Developing Simulink model

Part B 2

B2.1

04

B2.2

Obtaining response

04

B2.3

Discussion on stability

02

Part B 3

B.2 Max Marks

10

B3.1

Designing PID Controller

B.3.2
B 3.3

Designing compensator
Plotting the step response

4
2

B.3 Max Marks

10

Second Examiner
Marks

Marking Scheme

First Examiner
Marks

Register No

Max Marks

Part-A

Sections

Name of Student

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Gain,K for settling time

Part B 4

B4.1

Range of K for stability

B4.2

05
Part-B 4 Max Marks

10

Total Assignment Marks

50

Course Marks Tabulation


Component- CET B
Assignment

First
Examiner

Remarks

Second
Examiner

Remarks

A
B.1
B.2
B.3
B.4
Marks (Max 50 )
Marks (out of 25 )

Signature of First Examiner

Signature of Second Examiner

Please note:
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Documental evidence for all the components/parts of the assessment such as the reports,
photographs, laboratory exam / tool tests are required to be attached to the assignment report
in a proper order.
The First Examiner is required to mark the comments in RED ink and the Second Examiners
comments should be in GREEN ink.
The marks for all the questions of the assignment have to be written only in the Component
CET B: Assignment table.
If the variation between the marks awarded by the first examiner and the second examiner lies
within +/- 3 marks, then the marks allotted by the first examiner is considered to be final. If the
variation is more than +/- 3 marks then both the examiners should resolve the issue in
consultation with the Chairman BoE.

M. S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences


Private University Established in Karnataka State by Act No. 15 of 2013

Assignment - 2
Instructions to students:
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The assignment consists of 5 questions: Part A 1 Question, Part B- 4 Questions.


Maximum marks is 50.
The assignment has to be neatly word processed as per the prescribed format.
The maximum number of pages should be restricted to20.
Restrict your report for Part-A to 3 pages only.
Restrict your report for Part-B to a maximum of 17 pages.
The printed assignment must be submitted to the subject leader.
Submission Date: 21/11/2016
Submission after the due date is not permitted.
IMPORTANT: It is essential that all the sources used in preparation of the assignment mustbe
suitably referenced in the text.
11. Marks will be awarded only to the sections and subsections clearly indicated as per the
problem statement/exercise/question

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Preamble

A compensator is a component in a control system that improves an


undesirable response in a feedback and system. Compensating networks are applied to the
system in the form of feed forward path gain adjustment. An important point to be noted
here is that the increase in the steady state accuracy brings instability to the system.
Compensating networks introduce poles and zeros in the system thereby causing changes in
the transfer function of the system. A system which has one pole and one zero which is closer
to origin is known as lag network. If we want to add a zero closer to origin for compensation
in control system then, we have to select a lag compensation network. A system which has
one zero and one pole which is closer to origin is known as lead network. If we want to add a
zero closer to origin for compensation in control system then, we have to select a lag
compensation network.

Part -A

(10 marks)

A.1 Debate on In a lead lag or lag lead compensator, order of the design matters.
Your debate should address the following:
A1.1 Introduction to lead lag and lag lead compensator
A1.2 Advantages, disadvantages and limitations of lead lag and lag lead compensator over
other compensators
A1.3 Qualitative reasoning for the selection of design order
A1.4 Justification of your stance and conclusion

Part B

(40 marks)

B.1 Develop a program in MATLAB for the given transfer function and perform the following:
B1.1 Allow the value of gain k, to be entered from keyboard
B1.2 Display the closed loop magnitude and phase frequency response and plot the unity
feedback system
B1.3 Calculate peak magnitude and frequency of the peak magnitude and display it.
(Contact Course leader for gain K)

G(s) =

( + 5)
H(s) = 1
4 + 25)

( 2 +

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B.2

Consider state space model of LTI system = +


B2.1 Develop a Simulink model to solve the state differential equation
B2.2 Obtain the response if control input is proportional to state vector
B2.3 Discuss on the stability of the system

B3. DC motors are widely used in control applications like robotics, tape drives, machines etc.
Separately excited DC motors are suitable for control applications because of separate field and
armature circuit. Two ways to control DC separately excited motors are armature control and field
control. The transfer function of armature control of DC Motor is

() =

, () = 1
(
+ 4)( + 6)

B3.1 Design a PID controller to yield X% overshoot


B3.2 Design a compensator such that there is Y fold reduction in settling time.
B3.3 Plot the step response (Contact Course leader for gain K,X,Y)

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B.4 A floppy disk drive is position control system in which a read/write head is positioned over
magnetic disk. The system responds to a command from computer to position itself at particular track
on the disk. Physical representation of system and block diagram are shown in figure 1 and 2

Fig.1

Fig.2
The report should address the following (Contact Course leader for gain X)
B4.1 Find K to yield a settling time <Xseconds
B4.2 What is the range of K that keeps system stable?

1. Develop state variable models and select appropriate controllers to achieve control system
specifications
2. Perform stability relative stability and error analysis of control system
3. Solve simple control systems engineering problems