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Reg. No. :

Name :

Seventh Semester B.Tech. Degree Examination, June 2009 (2003 Scheme) CONTROL SYSTEMS (T)

Time : 3 Hours

Answer all questions.

PART – A

Max. Marks : 100

1.

Draw the block diagram of a closed loop control system showing all components. Discuss.

2.

Define node, loop, mixed node and forward path associated with signal flow graph.

3.

Show the differences in time domain response of a second order system to unit step and impulse inputs.

 

e s

4.

Obtain z-transform of

.

 

s

5.

Why compensators are used in a control system ? Compare the performance of any two.

 

z

6.

Given H(z) = z

1 . Analyse the stability of the system.

7.

Explain how gain margin and phase margin can be used to analyse stability of a system.

8.

Compare type and order of a control system with example.

9.

State and explain Nyquist stability criterion.

10.

Discuss the effect of adding a zero to the forward path transfer function. (10×4=40 Marks)

P.T.O.

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PART – B

Answer any two questions from each Module.

Module – 1

11. Derive the transfer function of an armature-controlled dc motor.

12. In the given system, obtain the closed loop transfer function H (S)/Q(S).

system, obtain the closed loop transfer function H (S)/Q(S). 13. For the system shown, determine K

13. For the system shown, determine K and K h so that maximum overshoot is 0.2 and the peak time is 1 sec. With these values of K and K h , obtain the rise time and settling time.

is 0.2 and the peak time is 1 sec. With these values of K and K

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Module – 2

ke

s

14. A feedback system has an open loop transfer function of G(s) H (s) = s(s

2

+

5s

+

9)

.

Determine by the use of the Routh criterion, the maximum value of K for the closed loop system to be stable.

15. A unity feedback system has an open loop transfer function

G(s)

=

k(s

+

1)

s(s

1)

. Sketch

the root locus plot with k as variable parameter and show that the loci of complex

roots are part of the circle with (–1, 0) as centre and radius =

2 . − 0.1s ke
2 .
− 0.1s
ke

16. Sketch the Bode plot for the transfer function

G(s) =

k for the

s(s

+

1)(1

+

0.1s)

crossover frequency to be 5 rad/sec.

Module – 3

17. Determine y (KT) for K = 0 to 3 when

a)

Y(z) =

z

+

1

(z

2

1)

b)

Determine the closed form solution for y (KT) as a function of K.

18. Consider a unity feedback control system whose feedforward transfer function is

given by

G(s) =

10

s(s

+

2)(s

+

8)

. Design a compensator so that the static velocity

error coefficient K v = 80/sec and dominant closed loop poles are located at

s = − 2 ± j2

closed loop poles are located at s = − 2 ± j2 3 . 19. Write

3 .

19. Write notes on :

a) PID controllers.

b) Stability of digital controllers.

(6×10=60 Marks)