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Department of Electronics and Communication

TEACHING LEARNING EVALUATION PLAN


Course: B.Tech (ECE) 6th Sem Session: Jan-July 2018
Subject Code: EC3222 Subject Name: Control Systems L T P C
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Course Objectives:
To familiarize the students with concepts related to the operation analysis and stabilization of control systems. To understand the open loop and closed loop (feedback) systems to understand
time domain and frequency domain analysis of control systems required for stability analysis. To understand the compensation technique that can be used to stabilize control systems Course
covers open loop and closed control systems with examples, mathematical modeling of systems, control hardware and their models. Characratistics of feedback control, block diagram
representation, signal flow graph, Stability concept, time response analysis, frequency response analysis, lead lag compensations, tuning methods, Optimal control & Nonlinear control.
Course Learning Outcome:
1. Undertake steady state and transient analysis of a system.
2. Undertake stability analysis of a system.
3. Solve closed loop control design problems.
4. Ability to undertake stability analysis of nonlinear systems.
A. Teaching Learning Plan:
Note: A- Assignment, E-Extempore, Q- Quiz, S- Student Seminar, P- Project
S. Topic/Module/Unit No. of Peda Unit Objectives Unit Learning Outcome No. of
No. Classes gogy
A E Q S P
The purpose of this module is to provide an Upon successful completion of this module,
overview of fundamental feedback control students will be able to analyze about open
Introduction: - Control system terminology.
system analysis and design concepts. All loop and closed control system.
1 Open loop and closed loop control systems, 02 1 - - - -
concepts are motivated via simple examples
Control examples
which are made progressively more complex to
Chalk Duster, PPT

illustrate real-world problems and issues.


Mathematical modeling: - Laplace transform, The purpose of this module is to develop an in- Upon successful completion of this module,
Transfer function, poles and zero’s of a transfer depth understanding of Laplace transform and students will be able to analyze about the
function, mathematical modelling of electrical Transfer function. Students will be exposed to transfer function and to learn about electrical
and mechanical systems. System. System block diagram analysis & and signal flow and mechanical systems, block diagram,
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response, Block diagram and signal flow graph graph using Laplace transforms, modeling of signal flow graph
analysis, mason’s gain formula, transfer electrical and mechanical systems.
function. Problems on block diagram and signal
flow graph.
S. Topic/Module/Unit No. of Peda Unit Objectives Unit Learning Outcome No. of
No. Classes gogy
A E Q S P
07 This module is designed to provide Upon successful completion of this module,
Time response Analysis: - Transient and Steady students with an understanding of students will be able to analyze and design of
state response, Input Test signals, Time Chalk fundamental principles, concepts, and the concept of time response analysis of the
response of a first order control system for Duste techniques for time response analysis and control system and effect of damping on the
3 design of first and second order system for - 1 - - -
various input test signals, Time response of a r, stability of the control system.
various input test signals. Application
second order control system for various input PPT
areas will include robotics, aerospace
test signals. systems, and semiconductor
manufacturing.
Basic characteristics of feedback control 05 The purpose of this module is to develop Upon successful completion of this module,
systems: - Steady state errors, Sensitivity, expertise in designing relatively complex students will be able to analyze and design of
Chalk control systems. Students will be exposed to
control actions, proportional control, derivative the concept of various type of static error
Duste various type of controller and effect of control
4 control, integral control, PID Control, Effect of coefficient, controller and effect of control - - - 1 -
r, action on system performance
Integral and Derivative control action on action on steady state error and nature of the
PPT
system performance, Steady state error in unity speed of control system
feedback control systems, example problems.
04 The purpose of this module is to develop an in- Upon successful completion of this module,
Stability concept: - Stability concept, Chalk depth understanding of classical control students will be able to understand and
Absolute and relative stability, Stability of Duste methods and their application to real-world analyze the concept of stability and routh
5 control systems and effect of root locations, engineering problems. Methods to be covered - - - - 1
r, Hurwitz stability criterion. Students will be
Routh Hurwitz stability criterion, problems. include the Routh Hurwitz stability criterion
PPT and effect of locations of roots on stability able to analyze the effect of locations of roots
analysis on the stability.
Frequency response analysis: - Relationship 02 This module is designed to provide students Upon successful completion of this module,
Chalk
between time & frequency response. Examples with an understanding of fundamental students will be able to understand and
Duste
6 on MATLAB. principles, concepts, and techniques for analyze the frequency response analysis of 1 - - - -
r,
frequency response analysis and design of control system with the help of computer
PPT
control system. based solutions of problems.
Stability analysis in frequency domain: - Polar 07 The purpose of this module is to develop and Upon successful completion of this module,
plots, Bode’s plot, stability in frequency understand of various control methods and students will be able to understand the
domain, Nyquist plots. Nyquist stability Chalk their application to real-world engineering. concept of stability criterion in frequency
criterion, Gain margin and Phase Margin, Duste This module to be covered include the Bode domain,. Students will be able to analyze and
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relative stability from nyquist plot, problems on r, plot methods, Nyquist methods and concept of design control systems using Bode plot
nyquist plot PPT stability in frequency domain using relative methods, Nyquist methods and computer
stability obtain by phase margin and gain solutions of the problems based on Bode’s
margin. and Nyquist plot.
Control system analysis by ROOT LOCUS 04 The purpose of this module is to develop and Upon successful completion of this module
Chalk
8 method:- Introduction, Root locus plot, root understand use the Root Locus method by root The student will demonstrate the ability to use - - - - 1
Duste
locus approach to control system design locus plot and how root locus approach is the Root Locus method by defining the root
S. Topic/Module/Unit No. of Peda Unit Objectives Unit Learning Outcome No. of
No. Classes gogy
A E Q S P
r, applied to the design of the various type of locus method and discussing how it is applied
PPT controller. to parameter design of control systems,
Calculating and predicting system parameters
to achieve the desired Performance and
Calculating and analyzing root locus
parameters to derive steady state response.
Compensation of control system:- Phase lead 04 This unit is designed to provide students with
compensation, phase lag compensation, phase Chalk an understanding of fundamental principles, Upon successful completion of this module,
lag-lead compensation, feedback compensation Duste concepts, and techniques for compensation of students will be able to design and analyze of
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r, control system using Bode’s plot and effect of Lead-Lag compensators based on frequency
PPT adding zero,s on the transfer function of the data for an open-loop linear system.
open loop transfer function.
Text Book:
• Prof. B.S. Manke., “Linear Control Systems”, Khanna Publishers, Ninth Edition, 2008.
• Ogata, K., “Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice Hall, second edition, 1991
• Kuo, B.C., “Automatic Control System”, Prentice Hall, sixth edition, 1993.
• Introduction to Feedback control Li QiuKemin Zhou.
• MATLAB tools for control system analysis and design,Benjamin C. Kuo, Duane C. Hanselman,Prentice Hall, 1994.

Name and signature of the Subject Teacher: Ratish Kumar


B. Evaluation Plan:
1. Examination Pattern
Component Frequency Marks*
st
1 Term 1 time 40
2nd Term 1 time 40
End Term 1 time 100
Continuous Assessment* Throughout the Semester 20
Total 200
2. Scheme for evaluation of Continuous Evaluation*
Component Frequency* Marks*
Assignments 03 Nos.
Student Seminar (syndicate) 1/syndicate (8-10 student)
Extempore/Presentation 01/02
Quiz/surprise test 2 times
Project ( Group/Individual) 1 /student or Group
Total
*Note – As per Academic Rules and regulations of the University for the Course