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LinearControlsystems

Coursecode:EC3104

UNITI:Introduction:ConceptsofControlSystemsOpenLoopandclosedloopcontrolsystemsandtheirdifferences
DifferentexamplesofcontrolsystemsClassificationofcontrolsystems,controllerdesignaspects,characteristicsofgood
controlsystem,

UNITII:TransferFunctionRepresentation:TransferFunction,Blockdiagramrepresentationofsystemsconsidering
electricalsystemsasexamplesBlockdiagramalgebraRepresentationbySignalflowgraphReductionusingmasons
gainformula.
Mathematical models Differential equations, transfer functions Translational andRotational mechanical systems,
Thermalsystems,Hydraulicsystems,Pneumaticsystems
FeedBackcontrolsystemcharacteristics:
Sensitivitytomodeluncertainties,Steadystateerrors,Transientresponsecharacteristicstoinputtestsignals,Disturbance
rejectionandsystemgain

UNITIII:TimeResponseAnalysis:StandardtestsignalsTimeresponseoffirstordersystemsCharacteristicEquation
of Feedback controlsystems, Transient response of second order systems Time domain specifications Steady state
responseSteadystateerrorsanderrorconstantsEffectsofproportionalderivative,proportionalintegral,PIDsystems.

UNITIV:Stability&Rootlocustechnique:TheconceptofstabilityRouthsstabilitycriterionqualitativestabilityand
conditionalstabilitylimitationsofRouthsstability
RootLocusTechnique:TherootlocusconceptconstructionofrootlocieffectsofaddingpolesandzerostoG(s)H(s)on
therootloci.

UNITV:FrequencyResponseAnalysis:Introduction,FrequencydomainSpecificationsBodeDiagramsDeterminationof
Frequency domainspecifications and transfer function from the Bode DiagramPhase margin and Gain Margin
StabilityAnalysisfromBodePlots.PolarPlots,NyquistStabilitycriteria
ClassicalControlDesignTechniques:
.CompensationtechniquesLag,Lead,LeadLagControllersdesigninfrequencyDomain,PIDControllers
UNITVI:StateSpaceAnalysisofContinuousSystems:Conceptsofstate,statevariablesandstatemodel,derivationof
statemodelsfromblockdiagrams,DiagonalizationSolvingtheTimeinvariantstateEquationsStateTransitionMatrixand
itsPropertiesConceptsofControllabilityandObservability

Resources

(1)Textbooks:

a)ModernControlEngineeringByOgata
b)BenjaminC.KuoAutomaticControlSystems
c)ControlSystems:PrinciplesandDesign.FrontCover.M.Gopal.TataMcGrawHillEducation
d)ControlSystems,N.C.Jagan,B.S.Publications.(Ref2)

(2)http://www.electrical4u.com/controlengineeringhistoricalreviewandtypesofcontrolengineering/
(3)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DxSS03qLYI&list=PLP_kgPyxrU6XNiTMnlKypd5Wc5sxZugA
ControlsystemCourseLecturePlan
Unitsof StudyMaterial VideoLectures Typicalexample Assignments Examinationdetails
syllabus (byMadhan problemsand
Mohan&M.Gopal solutions
)
Lecture1:
Introductionto
controlsystem
1(Mohan49
Module1_L1 Minutes)
(6Pages) Lecture2:Steering
controlofan
EST
Module:2_L2 automobile(Mohan
(6pages) 43Minutes) Mid1
(20Marks
Lecture3:Tanklevel Objective&
watercontrol (20Marks
40Marks
(Mohan56 Descriptive)
Descriptive)
UnitI Minutes)
& Lecture4:Transfer Syllabus
Syllabus
UnitII Module8_L4 Functions&Block covered
coveredin
(11Pages) Diagram(Mohan withinfirst25
total80
60Minutes) daysof
daysof
Lecture5:T.F.of instruction
instruction
multivariableF.B. period
RM:(65to66 periodina
controlsystem semester
PageRef1)
(Mohan35
Minutes)
Module9_L7 Lecture7:Signal
Flowgraph(Mohan
(10Pages) 66Minutes)
Lecture8:
Mathematical
Modellingof
physicalsystems
1(Mohan36
Minutes)
Lecture9:
Mathematical
ModellingofGear
Module train,Belts,Levers
3_L8,L9,L10 (Mohan44
(14Pages) Minutes)
Lecture10:T.F.of
Translational&
Rotational
mechanicalsystems
(Mohan55
Minutes)

RM_L11:(59 Lecture11:
to62Page,ref
Mathematical
2) ModellingDCMotor
&tacometer
(MohanMinutes)
Lecture12:
Mathematical
ModellingofLiquid
levelsystems
Module30_L12 (MohanMinutes)
_L13(9pages) Lecture13: Mid2
Mathematical
Modellingof (20Marks
thermalsystems Descriptive)
(Mohan46
Module Minutes) Syllabus
12_L26(Gopal) Lecture14: covered
Module13 Mathematical withinsecond
_L26,L27(Gopa Modellingof 25daysof
l) pneumaticsystems instruction
UnitIII, (Mohan30 period
& Minutes)
UnitIV Module14_L22 Lecture26:Time
&23 Domainanalysis
Module (M.Gopal51
31_L24(15 Minutes)
pages) Lecture22:Steady
Module32_L stateerror(Mohan
24(15pages) 45Minutes)
Lecture23:steady
Module33_L stateerrorpart2
25(9pages) (Mohan45
Minutes)
Lecture24:Non
unityfeedback
system(Mohan54
Minutes)
Lecture25:second
ordersystem
(Mohan44
Minutes)
Lecture26:Time
Domainanalysis6
(Mohan40
Minutes)
Lecture27:Time
Module: Domainanalysis7
16_L17(7 (Mohan44
Pages) Minutes)
Module: Lecture17:Concept
17_L18(8 ofStability1
pages) (Mohan50
Minutes)
Lecture18:concept
ofstability2
(Mohan43
Minutes)
Lecture20:concept Mid3
ofstability3
(Mohan52 (20Marks
Module18 Minutes) Descriptive)
_L31() Lecture31:Root
Module19_L32 Locus1(Mohan43 Syllabus
() Minutes) covered
Module20_L33 Lecture32:Root withinthird
() Locus2(Mohan38 25daysof
UnitV& Minutes) instruction
UnitVI period
Lecture33:Root
Locus3(Mohan54
Minutes)
Module21_L39 Lecture39:
(9Pages) FrequencyDomain
analysis1
(M.Gopal49
Minutes)
Lecture36:Polar
plots(M.Gopal44
Module22_L36 Minutes)
Lecture37:Bode
plot(M.Gopal52
Module23_L35 Minutes)
Lecture35:Nyquist
stability
Criteria(M.Gopal54
Minutes)
Module24_L36 Lecture36:Nyquist
stabilityCriteria
(M.Gopal50
Minutes)
Lecture
Module28_L41 41:compensation
techniquesin
Frequencydomain
(M.Gopal56
Minutes)
Module10
&
Module11

Ref3