## Control EngineeringConcept of automatic controls, Open and closed loop systems, Concepts of feedback, Requirement of an ideal control system.Mathematical Model Mechanical system (both translation and rotational), Electrical systems (servos, D.C. Motors, A.C. Servosystems), Hydraulic systems (Liquid level and fluid power systems), Thermal systems, Integrating devices, Hydraulic servomotor, Temperature control system and Error detectors.System ResponseFirst order and second order system response to step, ramp and sinusoidal inputs, Concepts of time constant and its importance in speed of response. System of stability-Routh Hurwitz Criterion.Block Diagrams Signal flow graphs and transfer functions definition, Function, Block representation of system elements, Reduction of block diagrams, Signal flow graphs, Basic properties and Gain formula to block.Control Action Types of controllers - Proportional, Integral, Proportional Integral, Proportional Integral Differential controllers (Basic concepts only).Frequency Response Polar and rectangular plots for the frequency response, System analysis using Nyquist diagrams, Relative stability concepts of gain margin and phase margin, M and N circles.System Analysis using Logarithmic PlotsBode attenuation diagrams, Stability analysis using Bode diagrams, Simplified Bode diagrams.Root Locus Plots Definition of root loci, Constructing of root loci, Graphical relationship setting the system gain.System CompensationSeries and feedback compensation, Physical devices for system compensation.State Variable Characteristics of Linear SystemsIntroduction to state concepts, State equation of linear continuous data system, Matrix representation of state equations, Controllability and observability, Kalman and Gilberts test. |

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### Contents

Chapter1 Basics of Control Systems | 1 |

Chapter2 Basics of Laplace Transform | 25 |

Chapter3 Transfer Function and Impulse Response | 45 |

Chapter4 Block Diagram Representation | 65 |

ill m i | 99 |

Chapter5 Signal Flow Graph Representation | 112 |

Chapter6 Modeling of Control Systems | 154 |

Examples with Solutions | 169 |

Review Questions | 380 |

Root Locus Plots | 382 |

Frequency Domain Analysis | 457 |

Bode Plots | 472 |

Polar and Nyquist Plots | 537 |

Compensation of Control Systems | 606 |

Review Questions | 653 |

State Variable Analysis | 655 |

Chapter7 Time Response Analysis of Control System | 248 |

Chapter8 Stability of Control Systems | 322 |

Chapter9 Control Action | 355 |

Appendix A Matrix Algebra | 725 |

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analogous block diagram block diagram reduction Bode plot branches breakaway point called characteristic equation closed loop poles closed loop system complex conjugate Consider constant control system controller output damping ratio dB/dec Determine differential equation displacement domain electrical networks error coefficients feedback loop final value forward path frequency response friction G(jco given H(jco half of s-plane Hence imaginary axis initial conditions intersection Key point lag compensator linear loop transfer function magnitude condition magnitude plot Mason's gain formula mechanical system method node non-touching Nyquist plot obtained oscillations parameters phase angle phase margin polar plot pole at origin pole-zero plot position potentiometer rad/sec reference input root locus Routh's array Section shift signal flow graph simple pole slope stability steady state error Substituting summing point synchro system shown take off point torque unity feedback variable voltage zero