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Control Systems
Dr.Anuj Jain
Course Details

Text Book:
• Control Systems Principles And Design By M Gopal, Mcgraw Hill
Reference Book:
• Control Systems Engineering By I J Nagrath And Gopal, New Age
• Modern Control Systems By Richard C Dorf, Robert H Boshop, Pearson
• Linear Control System, B.S. Manke
• Automatic Control System, Ogata K
Why we study Control Systems?
• What good is an airplane if you are a pilot and
you can't make it go where you want it to go?

• What good is a chemical products production

line if you can't control temperature, pressure
and pH in the process and you end up making
tons of garbage?
Why we study Control Systems?
• What good is a pump if you can't control the
flow rate it produces? (And, there are many
times when the flow rate must be controlled.)

• What good is an oven if you can't control the

temperature? (And, does it matter if it's an
oven in a kitchen or an oven in a heat-treating
department that is used to harden metal
• Temperature control system
• Motion control system
• Robotics
• Pressure control
• Precise control of chemical reactions
• Automobiles (like engine control, fuel control, brakes and
suspension control)
• Household appliances (temperature management in
refrigerator, rotational motion in washing machines)
• Defence Industry (Missile control, satellite tracking)
Course contents
• Introduction to Control systems
• Control System Components
• Time Domain analysis
• Stability and Frequency Domain Analysis
• Design of Compensators
• State Space Analysis
Unit I Introduction to Control systems
Unit II Control system Components

• Block Diagram Representation

• Block Diagram Reduction
• Signal Flow Graph
• Effect of Feedback
• Servomotors
• Tachogenerator
Unit III Time Domain analysis

• Time Response of first

order and second order
• Time Domain Specifications
• Steady state error and
error constants
• PID Controllers
Unit IV Stability & Frequency Domain Analysis

• Relation between time

response and frequency
• Polar Plot
• Nyquist Plot
• Routh Hurwitz Criterion
Unit V Design of Compensators

• Bode Plot
• Compensation
• Lead – Lag
Unit VI State Space Analysis

• State space
analysis to
transfer functions
• Controllability &
• Transfer function
• Solution of state
space equations
Course Outcomes
• discuss the fundamental concepts of Control Systems and
mathematical modeling of various systems
• discuss various control system components and their
• describe the concept of time response and PID Controllers
• analyze the stability of linear systems using frequency
• discuss the design of lead and lag compensators to meet
the desired system performance specifications
• develop and design different state space models
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