# PART – B

Common data for Question 1 and 2 :
Disturbance input d(t) is injected into the unity feedback control loop shown in the
figure. Take the reference input r(t) to be unit step.

Q. 1 If the disturbance is measurable, its effect on the output can be minimized significantly
using a feed forward controller G
ƒƒ
(s). to eliminate the component of the output due do
d(t) = sin, G
ƒƒ
(jω)
ω=1
should be
(A)
1 3
4 2
t
Z÷ (B)
1
4 2
t
Z (C) 2Zt (D) 2
4
t
Z

Q. 2 Let G
ƒƒ
(s) be a PD controller. If d(t) = sin 2t, the amplitude of the frequency component
of y(t) due to d(t) is
(A)
5
13
(B)
9
13
(C)
17
13
(D)
20
13

Q. 3 A unity feedback system has the transfer function
2
K(s b)
.
S (s 20)
+
+
The value are for which
the loci of all the three roots of the closed loop characteristic equation meet at a single
point is
(A)
10
9
(B)
20
9
(C)
30
9
(D)
40
9

Q. 4 A linear time-invariant signal-input single-output system has a state. Pace model given
by
fx
dx Gu; y Hz
dy
= + =
Where F
0 1 0
; G ; H [1 0].
4 2 1

=
÷ ÷

Here x is the state vector, u is the input, and y is the output.
The damping ratio of the system is
(A) 0.25 (B) 0.5 (C) 1 (D) 2

Q. 5 A unity feedback control loop with an open loop transfer function of the form
K
s(s a) +

has a gain crossover frequency of 1 rad / s and a phase margin of 60º. If an element
having a transfer function
s 3
s 3
÷
+
is inserted into the loop, the phase margin will
become
(A) 0 º (B) 30 º (C) 45 º (D) 60 º

Q. 6 A filter is represented by the signal flow graph shown in the figure. Its input is x(t) and
output is y(t). The transfer function of the filter is

(A)
(1 ks)
s k
÷ +
+

(B)
(1 ks)
s k
÷
÷

(C)
(1 ks)
s k
÷ ÷
+

(D)
(1 ks)
s k
÷
+

Q. 7 A plant with transfer function
2
s(s 3) +
is controlled by a PI controller with K
p
= 1 and
K
i
≥ 0 in a unity feedback configuration. The lowest value of Ki that ensures zero
steady state error for a step change in the reference input is
(A) 0 (B)
1
3
(C)
1
2
(D) 1

A unity feedback system has open loop transfer function
100
G(s)
s(s p)
=
+
the time at
which the response to a unit step input reaches its peak is π / 8 seconds

Q. 8 The damping coefficient for the closed loop system is
(A) 0.4 (B) 0.6 (C) 0.8 (D)1

Q. 9 The value of p is
(A) 6 (B) 12 (C) 14 (D) 16

Consider a unity feedback system with open loop transfer function
2
1 6s
G(s)
s (1 s)(1 2s)
+
=
+ +

Q. 10 The phase crossover frequency of the system in radians per second is
(A) 0.125 (B) 0.25 (C) 0.5 (D)1

Q. 11 The gain margin of the system is
(A) 0.125 (B) 0.25 (C) 0.5 (D)1

Q. 12 A tissue with a refractive index 1.33 is introduced in one of the light paths of a
Michelson interferometer operating with a monochromatic coherent light source of
wavelength 589 nm. After the introduction of a tissue sample of thickness Δt, the fringe

pattern is observed to shift by 50 fringes. If the thickness is 2 Δt, the fringe pattern will
shift by
(A) 25 fringes (B) 50 fringes (C) 100 fringes (D) 200 fringes

Q. 13 For the closed loop system shown below to be stable, the value of time delay T
D
(in)
Should be less than

(A)
4
t
(B)
3
t
(C) t (D) t

Q. 14 A closed loop control system is shown below. The range of the controller gain K
c

which will make the real parts of all the closed loop poles more negative than -1 is

(A) K
c
> -4 (B) K
c
> 0 (C) K
c
> 2 (D) K
c
< 2

Q. 15 A closed loop control system is shown below. The range of the controller gain K
c
which
will make the real parts of all the closed loop poles more negative than -1 is

(A) K
c
> -4 (B) K
c
> 0 (C) K
c
> 2 (D) K
c
< 2

Q. 16 If a first order system and its time response to a unit step input are as shown below, the
gain K is

(A) 0.25 (B) 0.8 (C) 1 (D) 4

Q. 17 The open loop transfer function of unity feedback system is
K(s 2)
G(s)
(s 1 j1)(s 1 ji)
+
=
+ + + ÷

The root locus plot of the system has
(A) Two breakaway point located at s = -0.59 and s = -3.41
(B) one breakaway point located at s = -0.59
(C) one breakaway point located at s = -3.41
(D) one breakaway point located at s = -1.41

Q. 18 The bode asymptotic plot of a transfer function is given below. In the frequency range
shown, the transfer function has

(A) 3 poles and 1 zero (B) 1 pole and 2 zero (C) 2 poles and 1zero (D) 2 poles and 2
zero

A transfer function with unity Dc gain has three poles at -1, -2, and -3 and no finite
zeros. A plant with this transfer function is connected with a proportional controller of
gain K in the forward path, in unity feedback configuration.

Q. 19 The transfer function is
(A)
s
(s 1)(s 2)(s 3) ÷ ÷ ÷
(B)
6
(s 1)(s 2)(s 3) + + +

(C)
s
(s 1)(s 2)(s 3) + + +
(D)
6
(s 1)(s 2)(s 3) ÷ ÷ ÷

Q. 20 If the root locus plot of the closed loop system passes through the point’s ± j√11, the
maximum value of K for stability of the unity feedback closed loop system is
(A) √11 (B) 6 (C) 10 (D)
6
√11

Common Data for Question 21, 22 :
The following figure represents a proportional control scheme of a first order system
with transportation lag.

Q. 21 The angular frequency in radians /s at which the loop phase lag becomes 180º is
(A) 0.408 (B) 0.818 (C) 1.56 (D) 2.023

Q. 22 The steady state error for a unit step input when the gain K
c
= 1 is
(A)
1
4
(B)
1
4
(C) 1 (D) 2

Q. 23 A cascade control system with proportional controllers is shown below:

Theoretically, the largest values of the gain K
1
and K
2
that can be set without causing
instability of the closed loop system are
(A) 10 and 100 (B) 100 and 10 (C) 10 and 10 (D) ∞ and ∞

Q. 24 Consider the following standard state-space description of a linear time-invariant single
input single output system : x = Ax + Bu = Cx + Du. Which one of the following
statements about the transfer function CANNOT be true if D ≠ 0 ?
(A) the system is unstable (B) the system is strictly proper
(C) The system is low pass (D) the system is of type zero

Q. 25 A feedback control system with high gain K, is shown in the figure below:

Then the closed loop transfer function is
(A) sensitive to perturbations in F(s) and H(s)
(B) sensitive to perturbations in G(s) but not to perturbations in H(s)
(C) sensitive to perturbations in H(s) but not to perturbations in G(s)
(D) Insensitive to perturbations in G(s) and H(s)

Common Data for Questions 26, 27, 28 :
The following figure describes the block diagram of a closed loop process control
system. The unit of time is given in minute.

Q. 26 The digital implementation of the controller with a sampling time of 0.1 minute using
velocity algorithm is
(A)
k
i 1
m(k) 0.5 e(k) 0.5 e(k)
=
¯

= +

(B)
k 1
i 1
m(k) 2.0 e(k) 2.0 e(k )
÷
÷
¯

= + ÷

(C) m(k) m(k 1) 0.5[e(k) 0.85e(k 1)] ÷ ÷ = ÷ ÷ (D)
m(k) m(k 1) 0.5[1.05e(k) e(k 1)] ÷ ÷ = ÷ ÷

Q. 27 Suppose a disturbance signal d(t) = sin 0.2t unit is applied. The at steady state, the
amplitude of the output e(t) due to the effect of disturbance alone is
(A) 0.129 unit (B) 0.40 unit (C) 0.528 unit (D) 2.102 unit

Q. 28 The control action recommended for reducing the effect of disturbance at the output
(provided that the disturbance signal is measurable is
(A) cascade control (B) P-D control
(C) ration control (D) feedback-feed forward control

Q. 29 The root locus of a plant is given in the following figure. The root locus crosses
imaginary axis at ω = 4 √2 and / s with gain K = 384. It is observed that the point s = -
1.5+ j1.5 lies in the root locus. The gain K at s = -1.5 + j 1.5 is computed as

(A) 11.3
(B) 21.3
(C) 41.25
(D) 61.2

Q. 30 A unity feedback system has the following open lop frequency response :

sec)
2 3 4 5 6 8 10
G(j ) e 7.5 4.8 3. 2.25 1.70 1.00 0.64
G(j ) Z e
118 ÷ 130 ÷ 140 ÷

150 ÷

157 ÷
170 ÷ 180 ÷

The gain and phase margin of the system are
(A) 0dB, - 180 ÷ (B) 3.88dB, - 170º (C) 0dB, 100 (D) 3.88 dB, 10º

Q. 31 The range of the controller gain (K
p
, K
j
) that makes the closed loop control system
(shown in the following figure) stable is give as

(A)
I
I P
K
K 0 and K 20
12
< < ÷
(B)
I P
K 0 and K 0 > >
(C)
I
I P
K
K 0 and K 20
12
< > ÷
(D)
I
I P
K
K 0 and K 20
12
> > ÷

Q. 32 The signal flow graph representation of a control system is shown below. The transfer
function
Y(s)
R(s)
is computed as

(A)
1
s

(B)
2
2
s 1
s(s 2)
+
+

(C)
2
2
s(s 1)
s 2
+
+

(D)
1
1
s
÷

Q. 33. The transfer function of a position servo system is given as
1
G(s)
s(s 1)
=
+

A first order compensator is designed in a unity feedback configuration so that the poles
of the compensated system are placed at -1 ± j1 and -4. The transfer function of the
compensated system is
(A)
s 3
2(s 5)
+
+
(B)
2s 3
s 5
+
+
(C)
5(s 1.6)
s 5
+
+
(D)
3(2s 3)
s 4
+
+

Q. 34 The state-variable representation of a plant is given by
x = A x + Bu
y = Cx
where x is the state, u is the input and y is the output. Assuming zero initial condition,
the impulse response of the plant is given bye
(A) exp(At) (B) ⌡exp [a (t- τ) Bu (τ) d τ]
(C) C exp (At)B (D) C⌡ exp [A(t- τ) Bu (τ)]

Q. 35 Compared to a conventional two-phase induction motor, a two-phase servomotor has

(A) a smaller
R
X
ration and a lighter rotor (B) the same
R
X
ration and a heavier
rotor
(C) a larger
R
X
ration and heavier rotor (D) A larger
R
X
ration and a lighter
rotor

Given figure shows a closed loop[ unity feedback system. The controller block has a
transfer function denoted by G
c
(s). The controller is cascaded to the plant, which is
denoted by G
c
(s).

Q. 36 The transfer function G
c
(s) is
(A)
1 0.1s
S
+
(B)
1 0.1s
s
+
(C)
s
s 1
÷
+
(D)
s
s 1 +

Q. 37 The peak percentage overshoot of the closed loop system is
(A) 5.0% (B) 10.0% (C) 16.3 % (D) 1.63%

Q. 38 Consider a unity feedback control system whose forward path transfer function G(s) =
k/s
2
. The steady state error, for a step input is
(A) 1.0 (B) ∞ (C) 0.0 (D) does not
exist

Q. 39 The open loop part of a unity feedback control system G(s) is unstable and has two
poles on the right hand side of the s-plane. However, the closed loop system is stable.
The number of encirclements made by the Nyquist plot of the (-1, 0) point in the G(s)
(A) 2 (B) 0 (C) -3 (D)-1

Q. 40 The transfer function of the open loop system G(s) which is represented by the signal
flow graph shown the figure below is

(A)
1 1
1 1 1 1
G G
1 G H G H + +
(B)
1 2
1 1 2 2
G G
1 G H G H + +

(C)
1 2
1 1 2 2
G G
(1 G H )(1 G H ) + +
(D)
1 2
1 1 2 2
G G
1 (G H )(G H ) +

Q. 41 The Routh-Hurwitz array is given for a third order characteristic equation.

3
3
0
s 1 b 0 0
s a c 0 0
(6 k)
0
3
s k
÷

The coefficients a, b, c and k are such that a = 3, b >0, k > 0, C > 0 and c is a function
of k. the root locus for the corresponding characteristic equation is shown in the given
figure. The values of k and c for critical stability respectively are
(A)6 and 6 (B) 6 and 2 (C) 3 and 2 (D) 3 and 3

Q. 42 The asymptotic magnitude Bode plot of an open loop system G(s) with K > 0 and all
poles and zeros on the left hand side of the s-plane is shown in the figure. It is
e
. The minimum absolute phase angle contribution by
G(s) is given by

(A) 78.6 º (B) 90º (C) 101.4º (D) 180 º

Q. 43 A controller loop structure is shown in the figure with FC, FT, TC and TT denoting
Flote Controller, flow Transmitter, Temperature Controller and Temperature
Transmitter respectively. This loop is an example of

(A)Ration Control (B) Feed forward Control
(C) Split Range control (D) Cascade control

Q. 44 A single input single output linear system is described by the equations

dx
Ax bu and y cx du,
dt
= + = + where a is an
| |
n n × matrix and x and b are
| |
n 1 ×
rectors. The transfer function is given by
(A) c[sI -A]
-1
b (B) c[sI -A]
-1
b+d (C) c[sI -A]b (D) c[sI -A]b+d

Q. 45 Identify the transfer function corresponding to an all-pas filter from the following :
(A)
1 s
1 s
÷ t
+ t
(B)
2
1 s
1 s
+ t
+ t
(C)
1
1 s + t
(D)
s
1 s
t
+ t

Q. 46 Fig Q. 80 shows the polar plot of a system. The transfer function of the system is

(A) 5(1 + 0.1s)

(B) (1 + 0.5s)

(C) 5(1 + 10s)

(D) 5(1+ s)

Q. 47 Fig. Q. 79 shows the bode magnitude plot of a system. The minimum phase transfer
function of the system I s given by

(A)
8
80 1
2
8
80 1
2

+

+

(B)
s
20 1
2
s
20 1
2

+

+

(C)
8(s 2)
s(s 20)
+
+

(D)
8(s 2)
s(s 20)
+
+

Q. 48 A certain closed loop system with unity feedback has the forward path transfer function
given by
K
G(s)
s(s 1)(s 5)
=
+ +
. With the gain set at the ultimate value, the system will
oscillate at an angular frequency of

Q. 49 The torque-speed curve of a constant field armature controlled DC servomotor is shown

in fig. Q.77. The armature resistance in Ω and torque constant in Nm/A of the motor
respectively are

(A) (1.76, 0.68)

(B) (1.76, 0.85)

(C) (2.00, 0.25)

(D) (0.01, 0.81)

Q. 50 A certain system exhibited an over shoot of 16% when subjected to an input of 2u(t),
where u(t) is a step input. The damping ration and decay ratio respectively are
(A) (0.8, 0.0810) (B) 0.5, 0.0256 (C) (1.0, 0.1626) (D) (1.1, 0.0089)

Q. 51 A casual, analog system has transfer function
2 2
a
H(s) .
s a
=
+
Assuming a sampling
time of t seconds, the poles of the transfer function H(z) for an equivalent digital system
obtained using impulse invariance method are at
(A)
et at
(e , e )
÷
(B)
a a
j , j
t t

÷

(C)
jaT juT
(e , e )
÷
(D)
aT/2 aT/2
(e , e )
÷

Q. 52 The proportional band of a PI controller is 50% and the reset time is 0.2s. The transfer
function of the controller is given by
(A)
1
50 1
0.2s
+ (B)
1
50 1
5s
+ (C)
1
2 1
5s
+ (D)
1
2 1
s
+

Q. 53 The steady state error due to a unit-step disturbance input D(s) in fig. Q.24 is

(A) 0

(B) 0.012

(C) 0.021

(D) 0.025

Q. 54 For a first order instrument a 5% settling time is equal to
(A) three times the time constant
(B) two times the time constant
(C) the time constant
(D) time required for the output signal to reaches 5% of the final value

Data given below should be used for answering question. Q.55 and Q.56

The root locus plot for a system, with transfer function
2
,
s(s 1)(s 2) + +
is shown in Fig.
Q.55. unity feedback proportional control system is built using this system.

Q. 55 The maximum possible controller gain, for which the unity feedback system is stable, is
approximately

(A) 6.0

(B) 3.0

(C) 0.4

(D) 0.2

Q. 56 The maximum possible controller gain, for which the unity feedback system exhibits a
non-oscillatory response to a unit step input, is
(A) 6.0 (B) 3.0 (C) 0.4 (D) 0.2

Q. 57 The transfer function of a second order band-pas filter, having a centre frequency of
1000rad./s, selectivity of 100 and a gain of 0 dB at the centre frequency, is
(A)
2 2
10s
s 10s 10 + +
(B)
2 6
s
s s 10 + +
(C)
2 7
100s
s 100s 10 + +
(D)
2 6
100s
s 10s 10 + +

Q. 58 The transfer function of a system is given by
0.1s
Y(s) e
X(s) 1 s
÷
=
+
. If x(t) is 0.5 sin t, then The
phase angle between the output and the input will be
(A) -39.27 º (B) -45º (C) -50.73º (D) -90º

Q. 59 For a dynamic system, various matrices for a state space model are given by
0 1 0
A = -2 -3 , B = 1 and C = [1 0]. The system poles are located at
(A) -2, -1 (B) -2, -3 (C) -3, -1 (D) -1, 0

Q. 60 A PID controller has the transfer function
0.4
2
s
+ with the unit of time expressed in
minutes.. The parameters proportional band and reset time for the above controller are
respectively

(A) 200% and 0.4 min (B) 50 % abd 0.4 min
(C) 200 % and 5 min (D) 50 % and 5 min .
Q. 61 The response of a system to a unit impulse is y(t) = e
-5(t-1)
. Which one of the following
is the correct statement about the system ?
(A) The system is nonlinear
(B) The system is unstable in open loop
(C) The steady-state gain of the system for a unit step input is 0.2
(D) The steady-state gain of the system for a unit step input is 1.0

Q. 62 In fig. K
1
are proportional controllers. For the control system to remain stable, the
upper limits of K
1
and K
2
are

(A) ∞, ∞ (B) 1, ∞ (C) ∞, 10 (D) 10, 1

Q. 63 The closed loop control system shown in Fig. Q. 77 has τ
1
> 0. The system will remain
stable for all τ
1
in the range

(A)
1
0.5 t < (B)
1
0.5 1.0 < t < (C)
1
1.0 t < (D)
1
1.0 t >
Q. 64 The transfer function of a system is A. The steady-state gain of the system to a unit-step
input is

(A)
2
A
O
(B) 0
(C) ∞ (D) not possible to be determined

Q. 65 In the feedback scheme shown in Fig. Q. 27, the time-constant of the closed loop system
will be

Q. 66 A three- stack variable reluctance stepper motor has 12 numbers of rotor and stator teeth
on each stack. The resolution of angular rotation for the stepper motor, assuming no.
two stacks are excited simultaneously, is
(A) 10º (B) 15º (C) 20º (D) 30º

Q. 67 The steady state error for the feedback control system shown in Fig. Q.25 when
subjected to a unit step input is

(A) Zero (B)
p
1
(1 KK ) +
(C)
p
p
KK
(1 KK ) +
(D) infinite

Q. 68 In a synchro pair, the control transmitter excites the three stator windings of the control
transformer. The stator winding voltages will have
(A) equal magnitudes but different phase
(B) different magnitudes and different phase
(C) equal magnitudes and phases
(D) Different magnitudes but equal phases

Q. 69 A unity feedback system has on open loop transfer function
k
G(s)
s(s 3)
=
+
. The value
of k that yields damping ration of 0.5 for the closed loop system is
(A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 9
Q. 70 A unit ramp input is applied to the system shown in the adjoining figure. The steady
state error in its output is

(A) 0 (B) 0.5 (C) 1 (D) 2

Q. 71 The asymptotic Bode magnitude plot of a lead network with its pole and zero on the left
half of the s- plane is shown in the adjoining figure. The frequency at which the phase
angle of the network is maximum (in rad/s) is

(A)
3
10

(B)
1
20

(C)
1
20

(D)
1
30

Q. 72 The rotor of the control transformer of a synchro-pair gives a maximum voltage of 1.0 v
at a particular position of the rotor of the control transmitter. The transmitter rotor is
now rotated by 30º anticlockwise keeping the transformer rotor stationary. The
transformer rotor voltage for this position is
(A) 1.0 V (B) 0.866 V (C) 0.5 V (D) 0 V

Q. 73 The open loop transfer function of a unity gain feedback system is given by:

k(s 3)
G(s)
(s 1)(s 2)
+
=
+ +

The range of positive values of k for which the closed loop system will remain stable is
(A) 1< k <3 (B) 0 < k < 10 (C) 5 < k < ∞ (D) 0 < k < ∞

1.(D), 2.(D), 3.(B), 4.(B), 5.(A), 6.(A), 7.(B), 8.(B), 9.(B), 10.(C), 11.(A), 12.(*), 13.(C), 14.(B),
15.(A), 16.(D), 17.(C), 18.(C), 19.(B), 20.(C), 21.(D), 22.(C), 23.(D), 24.(A), 25.(C), 26.(A),
27.(A), 28.(B), 29.(D), 30.(D), 31.(D), 32.(B), 33.(C), 34.(D), 35.(A), 36.(A), 37.(C), 38.(C),
39.(A), 40.(C), 41.(A), 42.(D), 43.(C), 44.(B), 45.(A), 46.(A), 47.(B), 48.(B), 49.(C), 50.(B),
51.(C), 52.(C), 53.(A), 54.(A), 55.(), 56.(), 57.(), 58.(), 59.(), 60.(), 61.(), 62.(), 63.(), 64.(), 65.(),
66.(), 67.(), 68.(), 69.(D), 70.(B), 71.(*), 72.(D), 73.(B).

8 The damping coefficient for the closed loop system is (A) 0. After the introduction of a tissue sample of thickness Δt.Q.33 is introduced in one of the light paths of a Michelson interferometer operating with a monochromatic coherent light source of wavelength 589 nm.4 (B) 0. 10 s 2 (1  s)(1  2s) The phase crossover frequency of the system in radians per second is (A) 0.8 The value of p is (A) 6 (D)1 Q.6 (C) 0. 9 (B) 12 (C) 14 (D) 16 Consider Q.25 (C) 0.25 G(s)  Statement for Linked Answer Question 10 and 11: a unity feedback system with open loop 1  6s transfer function Q. The lowest value of Ki that ensures zero steady state error for a step change in the reference input is 1 1 (A) 0 (B) (C) (D) 1 3 2 A plant with transfer function Statement for Linked Answer Question 8 and 9 : 100 the time at s(s  p) which the response to a unit step input reaches its peak is π / 8 seconds A unity feedback system has open loop transfer function G(s)  Q. 11 (C) 0. 12 A tissue with a refractive index 1. Its input is x(t) and output is y(t).125 (B) 0. the fringe . The transfer function of the filter is (A) (B) (C) (D) (1  ks) sk (1  ks) sk (1  ks) sk (1  ks) sk Q. 6 A filter is represented by the signal flow graph shown in the figure.5 (D)1 The gain margin of the system is (A) 0.125 (B) 0.5 (D)1 Q. 7 2 is controlled by a PI controller with Kp = 1 and s(s  3) Ki ≥ 0 in a unity feedback configuration.

The range of the controller gain K c which will make the real parts of all the closed loop poles more negative than -1 is (A) Kc > -4 Q. the fringe pattern will shift by (A) 25 fringes (B) 50 fringes (C) 100 fringes (D) 200 fringes Q. 15 (B) Kc > 0 (C) Kc > 2 (D) Kc < 2 A closed loop control system is shown below. 14  4 (B)  3 (C)  (D)  A closed loop control system is shown below. the value of time delay T D (in) Should be less than (A) Q.pattern is observed to shift by 50 fringes. 16 (B) Kc > 0 (C) Kc > 2 (D) Kc < 2 If a first order system and its time response to a unit step input are as shown below. the gain K is (A) 0.8 (C) 1 (D) 4 . 13 For the closed loop system shown below to be stable. If the thickness is 2 Δt. The range of the controller gain K c which will make the real parts of all the closed loop poles more negative than -1 is (A) Kc > -4 Q.25 (B) 0.

408 (B) 0.56 (D) 2. in unity feedback configuration. In the frequency range shown. the maximum value of K for stability of the unity feedback closed loop system is (A) √11 (B) 6 (C) 10 (D) 6√11 Common Data for Question 21. 19 The transfer function is s (A) (s  1)(s  2)(s  3) s (C) (s  1)(s  2)(s  3) 6 (s  1)(s  2)(s  3) 6 (D) (s  1)(s  2)(s  3) (B) Q. 18 The bode asymptotic plot of a transfer function is given below.023 . Q.818 (C) 1. -2.59 and s = -3.59 (C) one breakaway point located at s = -3.41 (B) one breakaway point located at s = -0. Q. 17 The open loop transfer function of unity feedback system is G(s)  The root locus plot of the system has (A) Two breakaway point located at s = -0.Q.41 (D) one breakaway point located at s = -1. 20 If the root locus plot of the closed loop system passes through the point’s ± j√11. and -3 and no finite zeros. 22 : The following figure represents a proportional control scheme of a first order system with transportation lag. the transfer function has (A) 3 poles and 1 zero zero (B) 1 pole and 2 zero (C) 2 poles and 1zero (D) 2 poles and 2 Statement for Linked Answer Questions 19 and 20 A transfer function with unity Dc gain has three poles at -1. A plant with this transfer function is connected with a proportional controller of gain K in the forward path.41 K(s  2) (s  1  j1)(s  1  ji) Q. 21 The angular frequency in radians /s at which the loop phase lag becomes 180º is (A) 0.

22 The steady state error for a unit step input when the gain K c = 1 is 1 1 (A) (B) (C) 1 4 4 (D) 2 Q. 28 : The following figure describes the block diagram of a closed loop process control system. 24 Consider the following standard state-space description of a linear time-invariant single input single output system : x = Ax + Bu = Cx + Du. . 25 Then the closed loop transfer function is (A) sensitive to perturbations in F(s) and H(s) (B) sensitive to perturbations in G(s) but not to perturbations in H(s) (C) sensitive to perturbations in H(s) but not to perturbations in G(s) (D) Insensitive to perturbations in G(s) and H(s) Common Data for Questions 26. 27. 23 A cascade control system with proportional controllers is shown below: ” Theoretically. is shown in the figure below: Q. the largest values of the gain K1 and K2 that can be set without causing instability of the closed loop system are (A) 10 and 100 (B) 100 and 10 (C) 10 and 10 (D) ∞ and ∞ Q.Q. The unit of time is given in minute. Which one of the following statements about the transfer function CANNOT be true if D ≠ 0 ? (A) the system is unstable (B) the system is strictly proper (C) The system is low pass (D) the system is of type zero A feedback control system with high gain K.

5+ j1.0  e(k )  i1 i 1     (C) m(k)  m(k 1)  0. . 26 The digital implementation of the controller with a sampling time of 0.2t unit is applied.5 is computed as (A) 11.25 (D) 61. The at steady state. 29 Q. the amplitude of the output e(t) due to the effect of disturbance alone is (A) 0. 28 Q. It is observed that the point s = 1. The root locus crosses imaginary axis at ω = 4 √2 and / s with gain K = 384.5 118 3 4.88 dB.88dB.170º (C) 0dB.1 minute using velocity algorithm is k k 1     (A) m(k)  0.5 + j 1. 140 5 2.3 (C) 41.85e(k 1)] (D) m(k)  m(k 1)  0.0 e(k)  2.40 unit (C) 0.528 unit (D) 2.8 130 4 3.5  e(k)  (B) m(k)  2.25 6 1. The gain K at s = -1.Q.102 unit The control action recommended for reducing the effect of disturbance at the output (provided that the disturbance signal is measurable is (A) cascade control (B) P-D control (C) ration control (D) feedback-feed forward control The root locus of a plant is given in the following figure.180 (B) 3.00 170 10 0.3 (B) 21. .5 lies in the root locus.05e(k)  e(k 1)] Suppose a disturbance signal d(t) = sin 0. 100 (D) 3.5 e(k)  0.70 8 1.129 unit (B) 0. 30 A unity feedback system has the following open lop frequency response : ω (rad / sec) G(j) 2 7.5[1. 10º . 27 Q.64 180 G(j) 150 157 The gain and phase margin of the system are (A) 0dB.5[e(k)  0.2 Q.

35 Compared to a conventional two-phase induction motor. u is the input and y is the output. 31 The range of the controller gain (Kp. The transfer Y(s) function is computed as R(s) (A) 1 s (B) s2  1 s(s2  2) s(s 2  1) s2  2 (C) (D) 1  1 s Q. 32 KI  20 12 KI  20 12 The signal flow graph representation of a control system is shown below. Assuming zero initial condition. Kj) that makes the closed loop control system (shown in the following figure) stable is give as (A) K I  0 and K P  KI  20 12 (B) K I  0 and K P  0 (C) K I  0 and K P  (D) K I  0 and K P  Q.6) 3(2s  3) (A) (B) (C) (D) 2(s  5) s5 s4 s5 The state-variable representation of a plant is given by x = A x + Bu y = Cx where x is the state.τ) Bu (τ)] The transfer function of a position servo system is given as G(s)  Q. the impulse response of the plant is given bye (A) exp(At) (B) ⌡exp [a (t. 33. The transfer function of the compensated system is s3 2s  3 5(s  1.τ) Bu (τ) d τ] (C) C exp (At)B (D) C⌡ exp [A(t. 34 1 s(s  1) A first order compensator is designed in a unity feedback configuration so that the poles of the compensated system are placed at -1 ± j1 and -4. Q.Q. a two-phase servomotor has .

(A) a smaller rotor (C) a larger rotor R ration and a lighter rotor X (B) the same R ration and a heavier X R ration and a lighter X R ration and heavier rotor X (D) A larger Statement for Linked Answer Question 36 & 37 Given figure shows a closed loop[ unity feedback system. 36 The transfer function Gc(s) is 1  0. which is denoted by Gc(s).3 % (D) 1. for a step input is (A) 1. 39 Q.63% Q.0% (B) 10. The steady state error. The number of encirclements made by the Nyquist plot of the (-1.0% (C) 16. The controller block has a transfer function denoted by G c(s). 0) point in the G(s) (A) 2 (B) 0 (C) -3 (D)-1 The transfer function of the open loop system G(s) which is represented by the signal flow graph shown the figure below is Q. 37 The peak percentage overshoot of the closed loop system is (A) 5.1s 1  0.1s (A) (B) S s s s 1 (C) (D) s s 1 Q. The controller is cascaded to the plant.0 (D) does not exist The open loop part of a unity feedback control system G(s) is unstable and has two poles on the right hand side of the s-plane. 40 (A) G1G1 1  G1H1  G1H1 (B) G1G 2 1  G1H1  G 2H 2 . 38 Consider a unity feedback control system whose forward path transfer function G(s) = k/s2. Q.0 (B) ∞ (C) 0. However. the closed loop system is stable.

k > 0. FT. It is completely symmetric about ωe. 42 The asymptotic magnitude Bode plot of an open loop system G(s) with K > 0 and all poles and zeros on the left hand side of the s-plane is shown in the figure. b. TC and TT denoting Flote Controller. The values of k and c for critical stability respectively are (A)6 and 6 (B) 6 and 2 (C) 3 and 2 (D) 3 and 3 Q.(C) G1G 2 (1  G1H1)(1  G 2H2 ) G1G 2 1  (G1H1)(G 2H 2 ) (D) Q. Temperature Controller and Temperature Transmitter respectively. c and k are such that a = 3. This loop is an example of (A)Ration Control (C) Split Range control Q. 41 The Routh-Hurwitz array is given for a third order characteristic equation. The minimum absolute phase angle contribution by G(s) is given by (A) 78. b >0. flow Transmitter. 44 (B) Feed forward Control (D) Cascade control A single input single output linear system is described by the equations . s3 s 3 1 b 0 0 s0 a c 0 0 (6  k) 0 3 k The coefficients a. C > 0 and c is a function of k.4º (D) 180 º A controller loop structure is shown in the figure with FC. 43 (B) 90º (C) 101. the root locus for the corresponding characteristic equation is shown in the given figure.6 º Q.

48 A certain closed loop system with unity feedback has the forward path transfer function K given by G(s)  . 80 shows the polar plot of a system. where a is an  n  n  matrix and x and b are  n 1 dt rectors. the system will s(s  1)(s  5) oscillate at an angular frequency of (A) √6 rad/s (B) √5 rad/s (C) √2 rad/s (D) √3 rad/s The torque-speed curve of a constant field armature controlled DC servomotor is shown Q.1s) (B) (1 + 0. The minimum phase transfer function of the system I s given by 8  80   1 2  (A) 8  80   1 2  s  20   1 2  (B) s  20   1 2  (C) 8(s  2) s(s  20) 8(s  2) s(s  20) (D) Q. Q. The transfer function is given by (A) c[sI -A]-1b (B) c[sI -A]-1 b+d (C) c[sI -A]b (D) c[sI -A]b+d Q. 49 . With the gain set at the ultimate value.5s) (C) 5(1 + 10s) (D) 5(1+ s) Q. 47 Fig.dx  Ax  bu and y  cx  du. 46 Q. 79 shows the bode magnitude plot of a system. 45 Identify the transfer function corresponding to an all-pas filter from the following : 1  s 1 s 1  s (A) (B) (C) (D) 1  s 1  s 1  s 1  s2 Fig Q. The transfer function of the system is (A) 5(1 + 0.

2s. 0. where u(t) is a step input.24 is (A) 0 (B) 0. The damping ration and decay ratio respectively are (A) (0.81) Q. Q. 0.025 Q.1626) (D) (1.85) (C) (2. 0. Q.01.76. Q.76.0089) A casual. 0. 53 Q.56 .021 (D) 0.00.5. Assuming a sampling s  a2 time of t seconds. 50 A certain system exhibited an over shoot of 16% when subjected to an input of 2u(t).8. 0.55 and Q.1. 0.68) (B) (1. 54 For a first order instrument a 5% settling time is equal to (A) three times the time constant (B) two times the time constant (C) the time constant (D) time required for the output signal to reaches 5% of the final value Data given below should be used for answering question.eaT/2 ) Q.eat ) (B)  j . the poles of the transfer function H(z) for an equivalent digital system obtained using impulse invariance method are at a  a (A) (eet . The transfer function of the controller is given by 1 1 1 1 (A) 50 1  (B) 50 1  (C) 2 1  (D) 2 1  0.012 (C) 0. 0.77.2s 5s 5s s The steady state error due to a unit-step disturbance input D(s) in fig.0810) (B) 0.  j  (C) (e jaT . 52 The proportional band of a PI controller is 50% and the reset time is 0. 51 a (eaT/2 .25) (D) (0.e juT ) (D) t  t 2 Q. The armature resistance in Ω and torque constant in Nm/A of the motor respectively are (A) (1.in fig. 0. analog system has transfer function H(s)  .0.0256 (C) (1.

4 with the unit of time expressed in s minutes. having a centre frequency of 1000rad.2 The transfer function of a second order band-pas filter./s. 60 A PID controller has the transfer function 2  . -1 (B) -2. 56 The maximum possible controller gain. 0 0.73º (D) -90º The transfer function of a system is given by Q. is (A) 6. is shown in Fig. If x(t) is 0. selectivity of 100 and a gain of 0 dB at the centre frequency. unity feedback proportional control system is built using this system.4 (D) 0. 55 The maximum possible controller gain. for which the unity feedback system is stable. s(s  1)(s  2) Q.5 sin t.27 º (B) -45º (C) -50.2 Q. with transfer function Q. -1 (D) -1.0 (C) 0.2 . The parameters proportional band and reset time for the above controller are respectively Q. is 10s s 100s (A) 2 (B) 2 (C) 2 (D) 2 6 s  10s  10 s  s  10 s  100s  107 100s s 2  10s  106 Q.4 (D) 0.0 (B) 3. is approximately (A) 6. 58 Y(s) e 0. for which the unity feedback system exhibits a non-oscillatory response to a unit step input. The root locus plot for a system.0 (C) 0.1s  . B = 1 and C = [1 0]. The system poles are located at (A) -2.55. -3 (C) -3. various matrices for a state space model are given by 0 1 0 A = -2 -3 . 57 Q.0 (B) 3.. then The X(s) 1  s phase angle between the output and the input will be (A) -39. 59 For a dynamic system.

Q.0 In fig.0 (C) 1  1. The response of a system to a unit impulse is y(t) = e -5(t-1). 77 has τ 1 > 0. Which one of the following is the correct statement about the system ? (A) The system is nonlinear (B) The system is unstable in open loop (C) The steady-state gain of the system for a unit step input is 0. Q.4 min (C) 200 % and 5 min (D) 50 % and 5 min .2 (D) The steady-state gain of the system for a unit step input is 1. The system will remain stable for all τ1 in the range Q. The steady-state gain of the system to a unit-step input is (A) A 2 (C) ∞ (B) 0 (D) not possible to be determined Q. 62 (A) ∞. 1 The closed loop control system shown in Fig. ∞ (C) ∞.0 (D) 1  1. ∞ Q. For the control system to remain stable.0 The transfer function of a system is A. 10 (D) 10. 61 (A) 200% and 0.5 (B) 0. 64 (A) 1  0. 27.5  1  1. Q. the upper limits of K1 and K2 are Q. 63 (B) 1. the time-constant of the closed loop system will be .4 min (B) 50 % abd 0. 65 In the feedback scheme shown in Fig. K1 are proportional controllers.

The frequency at which the phase angle of the network is maximum (in rad/s) is . 70 of k that yields damping ration of 0.plane is shown in the adjoining figure.5 for the closed loop system is (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 9 A unit ramp input is applied to the system shown in the adjoining figure.stack variable reluctance stepper motor has 12 numbers of rotor and stator teeth on each stack. The steady state error in its output is (A) 0 Q. two stacks are excited simultaneously. 69 Q. is (A) 10º (B) 15º (C) 20º (D) 30º The steady state error for the feedback control system shown in Fig.5 (C) 1 (D) 2 The asymptotic Bode magnitude plot of a lead network with its pole and zero on the left half of the s.25 when subjected to a unit step input is Q. assuming no. Q. the control transmitter excites the three stator windings of the control transformer. 68 In a synchro pair. The value s(s  3) Q. The resolution of angular rotation for the stepper motor. 66 A three. 71 (B) 0. 67 (A) Zero (B) 1 (1  KK p ) (C) KK p (1  KK p ) (D) infinite Q.Q. The stator winding voltages will have (A) equal magnitudes but different phase (B) different magnitudes and different phase (C) equal magnitudes and phases (D) Different magnitudes but equal phases A unity feedback system has on open loop transfer function G(s)  k .

(D). 40.(B).(C). 48.(D).(C). 55.(). 73. 26.(A).(A). 18. 64.(*).().(D).0 V (B) 0.(D).(A). 8.(D). 56. 47. 13. 31. 45.(). 11. 34.(D). 69. 72 The rotor of the control transformer of a synchro-pair gives a maximum voltage of 1.(A). 24.(*). 37.().0 v at a particular position of the rotor of the control transmitter.(A).(B).(). 54.(B).(). 35.(A). 22. . 21. 41.(B). 7.866 V (C) 0. 63.(C). 19.(B).(A).(D).(B). 62.(D).(). 52.(B).(D).(B).(C).(C). 46. 58. 23. 9. 71.(C).(B).(C).(C). 27. 20. 44.(C). 57. 36.(C). 51.(B).(). The transformer rotor voltage for this position is (A) 1. 2. 17.(C). 6.(D).(C).(A).(D). 5. 70.(C).(B). 4. 28.(B). 38.().(). 29. 72. 67. 14. 32. 10.5 V (D) 0 V The open loop transfer function of a unity gain feedback system is given by: k(s  3) G(s)  (s  1)(s  2) The range of positive values of k for which the closed loop system will remain stable is (A) 1< k <3 (B) 0 < k < 10 (C) 5 < k < ∞ (D) 0 < k < ∞ Q.(C).(D). 15. 30.(A). 59. 61. 49. 65.(A).().(B). 73 ANSWERS 1.(). 66. 25.(). 42.(A). 33.(B). 50. 53. 16.(A).(C).(B).(A) (B) (C) (D) 3 10 1 20 1 20 1 30 Q. 68.(A).(A). 39.(). 3.(A). 60. The transmitter rotor is now rotated by 30º anticlockwise keeping the transformer rotor stationary. 12. 43.