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CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING -1

Neeraj Yadav | 04-Nov-2015 |
Analogues systems , Control system , Transfer function of Systems , Control System Components , Potentiometers , DC and AC Servomotors , Tachometers , Stepper Motors , Time Domain Performance Analysis of Linear Control , Effect of Adding a zero to a system , Effect of P , PI , PD and PID Controller , Root Locus Technique , Frequency Domain Analysis. , The Stability of Linear Control Systems ,

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1.0 Introduction to Control system
1.1 Scope of Control System Engineer
1.2 Classification of Control System
1.3 Historical development of Control system
1.4 Analogues systems
1.5 Transfer function of Systems
1.6 Block diagram representation
1.7 Signal Flow Graph(SFG)
2.0 Feedback Characteristics of Control systems and sensitivity measures
2.1 The Concept of Feedback and Closed loop control
2.2 Merits of using Feedback control system
2.3 Regenerative Feedback
3.0Control System Components
3.1 Potentiometers
3.2 DC and AC Servomotors
3.3 Tachometers
3.4 Amplidyne
3.5 Hydralulic systems
3.6 Pneumatic systems
3.7 Stepper Motors
4.0 Time Domain Performance Analysis of Linear Control Systems
4.1 Standard Test Signals
4.2 Time response of 1st order Systems
4.3 Unit step response of a prototype 2nd order system
4.4 Unit Ramp response of a second order system
4.4 Performance Specification of Linear System in Time domain
4.5 The Steady State Errors and Error Constants
4.6 Effect of P, PI, PD and PID Controller
4.7 Effect of Adding a zero to a system
4.8 Performance Indices(ISE,ITSE,IAE, ITAE)
4.9 Approximations of Higher order Systems by Lower order Problems
5.0 The Stability of Linear Control Systems
5.1 The Concept of Stability
5.2 The Routh Hurwitz Stability Criterion
5.3 Relative stability analysis
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6.0 Root Locus Technique
6.1 Angle and Magnitude Criterion
6.2 Properties of Root Loci
6.3 Step by Step Procedure to Draw Root Locus Diagram
6.4 Closed Loop Transfer Function and Time Domain response
6.5 Determination of Damping ratio, Gain Margin and Phase Margin from Root Locus
6.6 Root Locus for System with transportation Lag.
6.7 Sensitivity of Roots of the Characteristic Equation.
7.0 Frequency Domain Analysis.
7.1 Correlation between Time and frequency response
7.2 Frequency Domain Specifications
7.3 Polar Plots and inverse Polar plots
7.4 Bode Diagrams
7.4.1 Principal factors of Transfer function
7.4.2 Procedure for manual plotting of Bode Diagram
7.4.3 Relative stability Analysis
7.4.4 Minimum Phase, Non-minimum phase and All pass systems
7.5 Log Magnitude vs Phase plots.
7.6 Nyquist Criterion
7.6.1 Mapping Contour and Principle of Argument
7.6.2 Nyquist path and Nyquist Plot
7.6.3 Nyquist stability criterion
7.6.4 Relative Stability: Gain Margin, and Phase Margin
7.7 Closed Loop Frequency Response
7.7.1 Gain Phase Plot
7.7.1.1 Constant Gain(M)-circles
7.7.1.2 Constant Phase (N) Circles
7.7.1.3 Nichols Chart
7.8 Sensitivity Analysis in Frequency Domain

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