# Control System

Course Code:RT22026

Author:uLektz

University:

Regulation:2013

Categories:Electrical & Electronics

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Type :eBook

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Description :Control System of RT22026 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by JNTU Kakinada for regulation 2013. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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##### Topics
###### UNIT–I: MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CONTROL SYSTEMS

1.1 Open Loop And Closed Loop Control Systems And Their Differences

1.2 Classification Of Control Systems, Feed-Back Characteristics, Transfer Function Of Linear System

1.3 Differential Equations Of Electrical Networks, Translational And Rotational Mechanical Systems

1.4 Transfer Function Of Dc Servo Motor - Ac Servo Motor

1.6 Block Diagram Algebra, Representation By Signal Flow Graph - Reduction Using Mason’s Gain Formula

###### UNIT-II: TIME RESPONSE ANALYSIS

2.1 Standard Test Signals - Time Response Of First Order Systems –Time Response Of Second Order Systems

2.2 Time Domain Specifications - Steady State Errors And Error Constants

2.3 Effects Of Proportional Derivative, Proportional Integral Systems

###### UNIT–III: STABILITY AND ROOTLOCUS TECHNIQUE

3.1 The Concept Of Stability

3.2 Routh’s Stability Criterion- Limitations Of Routh’s Stability

3.3 The Root Locus Concept - Construction Of Root Loci (Simple Problems)

###### UNIT–IV: FREQUENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS

4.1 Introduction, Frequency Domain Specifications

4.2 Bode diagrams- transfer function from the Bode Diagram-Phase margin and Gain margin-Stability Analysis from Bode Plots

4.3 Polar Plot

4.4 Nyquist Stability criterion

###### UNIT–V: CLASSICAL CONTROL DESIGN TECHNIQUES

5.2 Design Of Compensators – Using Bode Plots

###### UNIT–VI: STATE SPACE ANALYSIS OF CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS

6.1 Concepts Of State, State Variables And State Model, State Space Representation Of Transfer Function

6.2 Diagonalization

6.3 Solving The Time Invariant State Equations

6.4 State Transition Matrix And It’s Properties

6.5 Concepts Of Controllability And Observability.