UEI501
CONTROL SYSTEMS 


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Basic Concepts: Historical review, Definitions, Classification,
Relative merits and demerits of open and closed loop systems
Mathematical Models of Physical Systems:
Linear and nonlinear systems, Transfer function, Mathematical modeling of
electrical, Mechanical, Thermal, Hydraulic and pneumatic systems, Analogies,
Block diagrams and signal flow graphs.
Components: AC and DC servomotors
and tachogenerators, Potentiometers, Synchros, Stepper motors.
Analysis: Time and frequency domain
analysis, Transient and frequency response of first and second order systems, Correlationship between time and frequency domain
specifications, Steadystate errors and error constants, Concepts and
applications of P, PD, PI and PID types of control.
Stability: Definition, RouthHurwitz criterion, Root locus techniques, Nyquist criterion, Bode plots, Relative stability, Gain
margin and phase margins, M and N circles, Nichol’s charts
MATLAB: Introduction, Applications
in solution of control system problems.
Compensation: Lead, Lag and laglead
compensators, Design of compensating networks for specified control system
performance.
Components: D.C. and A.C.
Servomotors, D.C. and A.C. Tachogenerators,
Potentiometers and optical encoders, Synchros and
stepper motors, Introduction to PLCs, their hardware and ladder diagram programme.
State Space Analysis: Concepts of
state, State variables and state models, State space equations, Transfer
function, Transfer model, State space representation of dynamic systems, State
transition matrix, Decomposition of transfer function ,
Controllability and observability.
Laboratory Work
Linear
system simulator, Compensation design, D.C. position control and speed control,
Synchro characteristics, Servo demonstration, Stepper
motor, Potentiometer error detector, Rate control system, Series control
system, Temperature control system.
Text Books
Reference Books