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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

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
T-1 Automatic control systems Ogata K 3rd 2000 prentice hall, India
Reference Books
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
R-1 Automatic control systems B C KUO 4th 1985 prentice hall, India
R-2 Control systems engineering Norman S Nise 6th 1995 J. Wilson & sons
R-3 Control systems engineering M Gopal 2nd 2008 Tata McGraw Hill
R-4 Linear control systems B S Manke 4th 1999 khanna publisher.

Other Reading

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


OR-1 MATLAB/SIMULINK Documentation for Control System Toolbox. ,
OR-2 Fuzzy Logic Control of vehicle suspension with dry friction nonlinearity; Sadhana,Vol.30,part-5,Oct 2005,PP.649-659. ,
OR-3 Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurements & controls, March 1999,pp 53-59 ,
OR-4 IEEE Control Systems, Dec 2002,pp 6-11 ,

Relevant Websites
Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
RW-1 www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php? courseId=1064&sub=ece&sem=Semester%205 Video demonstration

RW-2 http://video_demos.colostate.edu/controls/index.html Video demonstration

RW-3 http://newton.ex.ac.uk/teaching/CDHW/Feedback/ Pedagogy

RW-4 www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Web-contents/IIT-Delhi/Control %20system%20design MATLAB Modules for Control System Analysis & Design
%20n%20principles/index.htm
RW-5 www.mathworks.com/solutions/control.htm Demo on Control Sysytem design

RW-6 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 T-1:1.1 OR-4 Introduction to systems Student should Slide show
(Introduction to linear control and Control Systems understand what is a
system) system and control
system
Lecture 2 Introduction to Control Systems T-1:1.3 Feed back concept Student should Slide show
(Concept of Feedback) understand what is
basics of feedback
system
Introduction to Control Systems T-1:1.3 RW-1 Different types of Feed Student should Slide show
(Open loop and Closed loop back systems understand different
systems) types of systems
Lecture 3 Introduction to Control Systems R-4:5.1 Introduction to transfer Student should Slide show
(Transfer functions) functions understand transfer
functions
Modelling and Representations of T-1:3.3 RW-5 Simple electrical systems should understand how Topic clarification
Control Systems(Mathematical and their transfer to derive transfer Problem Solving
modelling and transfer function of function function
Electrical systems)
Week 2 Lecture 4 Modelling and Representations of T-1:3.2 OR-2 Simple mechanical should understand how Topic clarification
Control Systems(Mathematical systems and their to derive transfer Problem Solving
modelling and transfer function of transfer function function
Mechanical systems)
Modelling and Representations of R-4:5.2 OR-3 Simple should understand how Topic clarification
Control Systems(Mathematical electromechanical to derive transfer Problem Solving
modelling and transfer function of systems and their function
Electro Mechanical systems) transfer function
Lecture 5 Modelling and Representations of R-1:3.8 RW-2 Analogous systems and should understand the Topic clarification
Control Systems(Force voltage and their relation analogous networks Problem Solving
Force current Analogy)
Lecture 6 Modelling and Representations of R-1:3.8 RW-2 Analogous systems and should understand the Topic clarification
Control Systems(Force voltage and their relation analogous networks Problem Solving
Force current Analogy)
Week 3 Lecture 7 Block diagram reduction R-3:3.1 3.2 3.3 Block diagram and their should understand the Slide show
techniques(Block diagram reduction reduction rules
reduction rules)
Week 3 Lecture 8 Block diagram reduction R-3:3.1 3.2 3.3 RW-5 Block diagram and their should understand the Topic clarification
techniques(Block diagram reduction reduction rules and Problem Solving
reduction techniques) apply them
Lecture 9 Block diagram reduction R-3:3.4 Signal flow graph and should understand how Topic clarification
techniques(Signal flow graph) Masons gain formula to make signal flow Problem Solving
graph
Block diagram reduction R-3:3.4 Signal flow graph and should understand how Topic clarification
techniques(Masons gain formula) Masons gain formula to apply masons gain Problem Solving
formula to derive
transfer function
Week 4 Lecture 10 Time Domain Analysis(First order T-1:5.2 Order, Type and analysis should understand Slide show
systems) of first order systems Order, Type and
analysis of first order
systems
Lecture 11 Time Domain Analysis(First order T-1:5.2 Order, Type and analysis should understand Slide show
systems) of first order systems Order, Type and
analysis of first order
systems
Lecture 12 Time Domain Analysis(Second T-1:5.3 second order systems and should understand Slide show
order systems and Characteristic characteristic equation second order systems
Equation) and characteristic
equation
Week 5 Lecture 13 Time Domain Analysis(Second T-1:5.3 second order systems and should understand Slide show
order systems and Characteristic characteristic equation second order systems
Equation) and characteristic
equation
Lecture 14 Time Domain Analysis(steady T-1:5.8 OR-4 Error and formula should understand Error Slide show
state error) and formula
Lecture 15 Time Domain Analysis(steady T-1:5.8 OR-4 Error and formula should understand Error Slide show
state error) and formula
Week 6 Lecture 16 Time Domain Analysis(Static error T-1:5.8 Static coefficients should understand Slide show
coefficients) Static coefficients
Lecture 17 Stability Analysis(Concept of T-1:5.6 RW-2 Stability should understand Slide show
stability) R-3:5.1 Stability

Stability Analysis(BIBO Stability) T-1:5.6 BIBO Stability should understand Slide show
R-3:5.2 5.3 BIBO Stability

Lecture 18 Stability Analysis(Routh Hurwitz T-1:5.6 OR-4 Routh Hurwitz criterion should understand Slide show
criterion) and its application Routh Hurwitz criterion
and its application
Week 7 Lecture 19 Stability Analysis(Root locus T-1:6.1 6.2 OR-1 Root locus technique and should understand Root Topic clarification
Technique) its application locus technique and its Problem Solving
application
Lecture 20 Stability Analysis(Root locus T-1:6.1 6.2 OR-1 Root locus technique and should understand Root Topic clarification
Technique) its application locus technique and its Problem Solving
application
Week 7 Lecture 21 Stability Analysis(Root locus T-1:6.1 6.2 OR-1 Root locus technique and should understand Root Topic clarification
Technique) its application locus technique and its Problem Solving
application

MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 22 Frequency Response(Polar plot) T-1:7.3 Polar plot should understand Polar Slide show for Graph
plot and able to draw
Lecture 23 Frequency Response(Polar plot) T-1:7.3 Polar plot should understand Polar Slide show for Graph
plot and able to draw
Lecture 24 Frequency Response(Nyquist Plot) T-1:7.5 OR-3 Nyquist Plot should understand Slide show for Graph
Nyquist Plot and able to
draw
Week 9 Lecture 25 Frequency Response(Nyquist T-1:7.5 OR-1 Stabuility analysis from should understand Slide show for Graph
stability criterion) nyquist plot Stabuility analysis from
nyquist plot
Frequency Response(Gain margin T-1:7.5 Calculation of gain should understand Gain Slide show for Graph
and phase margin) margin and phase margin margin and phase
margin
Lecture 26 Bode Plot(Magnitude plot) T-1:7.2 OR-4 Bode plot and its should understand Bode Slide show for Graph
magnitude plot plot and its magnitude
plot
Bode Plot(Phase plot) T-1:7.2 OR-2 Bode plot and its Phase should understand Bode Slide show for Graph
plot plot and its Phase plot
Lecture 27 Bode Plot(Gain margin and Phase T-1:7.5 RW-5 Calculation of gain should understand Gain Slide show for Graph
margin) margin and phase margin margin and phase
margin
Bode Plot(Gain and phase T-1:7.5 calculation of gain should understand gain Slide show for Graph
crossover frequency) crossover and phase crossover and phase
crossover frequencies crossover frequencies
Week 10 Lecture 28 Compensation Techniques T-1:7.10 Compensation should understand Slide show
(Compensation techniques using techniques Compensation
Bode Plot) techniques
Compensation Techniques(Lag T-1:7.12 Lag compensation should understand Lag Slide show
compensation) compensation
Lecture 29 Compensation Techniques(Lead T-1:7.11 RW-2 Lead compensation should understand Lead Slide show
compensation) compensation
Lecture 30 Compensation Techniques(Lag T-1:7.13 Lag Lead compensation should understand Lag Slide show
Lead compensation) Lead compensation
Week 11 Lecture 31 PID Controllers(Proportional R-4:6.9 RW-3 Proportional integral and should understand Slide show
integral and derivative control derivative control action Proportional integral
action) and derivative control
action
PID Controllers(PI Controller) R-4:6.9 RW-3 PI Controller should understand PI Slide show
Controller
Lecture 32 PID Controllers(PD Controller) R-4:6.9 RW-3 PD Controller should understand PD Slide show
Controller
Week 11 Lecture 32 PID Controllers(PID controller) R-4:6.9 RW-3 PID controller should understand PID Slide show
controller
Lecture 33 State Space Analysis(State space T-1:9.2 Introduction to state should understand State Slide show
analysis to transfer functions) space metod space analysis to
transfer functions
Week 12 Lecture 34 State Space Analysis(State space T-1:9.2 Introduction to state should understand State Slide show
analysis to transfer functions) space metod space analysis to
transfer functions
Lecture 35 State Space Analysis(Solutions of T-1:9.4 RW-4 Solutions of state should understand Topic clarification
state equations) equations Solutions of state Problem Solving
equations
Lecture 36 State Space Analysis(Solutions of T-1:9.4 RW-4 Solutions of state should understand Topic clarification
state equations) equations Solutions of state Problem Solving
equations
Week 13 Lecture 37 State Space Analysis(Transfer R-4:9.5 Transfer Function should understand Topic clarification
Function Decomposition) Decomposition Transfer Function Problem Solving
Decomposition
Lecture 38 State Space Analysis(Transfer R-4:9.5 Transfer Function should understand Topic clarification
Function Decomposition) Decomposition Transfer Function Problem Solving
Decomposition
State Space Analysis T-1:9.6 9.7 Controllability and should understand Topic clarification
(Controllability and Observability) Observability Controllability and Problem Solving
Observability
Lecture 39 State Space Analysis T-1:9.6 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 Student should clearly Slide show
topics understand all the
topics
Lecture 41 Revision of important Student should clearly Slide show
topics understand all the
topics

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 submission Week
work
Test 1 To evaluate Topics covered from lecture 1-9 Individual Evaluation of test 2/3
individual students
performance
Test 2 To evaluate Topics covered from lecture no. 10-19 Individual Evaluation of test 6/7
individual students
performance
Quiz 1 To evaluate From lecture no. 22-30 Individual Evaluation of Quiz 10 / 11
individual
performance

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)
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 electro-mechanical systems. Problem solving
Tutorial 3 Test 1 Test
Tutorial 4 Block-diagram 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 Mid-Term
Tutorial 8 Routh Hurwitz criterion and Root-Locus. 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 Lag-Lead compensation Problem solving
Tutorial 13 controllability and observability Problem solving