CHARUSAT Control Systems Syllabus

CHARUSAT Control Systems Syllabus

CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
V. T. PATEL DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
B. TECH. (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION)
2ND YEAR SEMESTER: IV
EC207: CONTROL SYSTEMS

Credit Hours:
Teaching Scheme
Theory
Practical
Total
Credit
Hours/week
4
2
6
5
Marks
100
50
150
A. Objective Of The Course:
The Goals of The Course are To Introduce the Student to Different Types of Control Systems and Its Characteristics. It Also Shows Different Representation Ways of Control Systems To Find Out Various Analysis Results. Learn Different Techniques Like Routh-Hurwtiz Stability Criterion, Root Locus, Time and Frequency Domain Analysis. It is Also Shown Different Ways to Judge the Performance of Control System.
B. Out Line of The Course:
Sr. No.
Title of The Unit
Minimum Number of Hours
1.
Introduction To Control Systems
3
2.
Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems
5
3.
Block Diagram Technique and Signal Flow Graphs
5
4.
Feedback Characteristics of Control Systems
5
5.
Control Systems and Components
7
6.
Time Response Analysis & Design Specifications
7
7.
Concept of Stability, and Algebraic Criterion
6
8.
The Root Locus Technique
4
9
The Frequency Response Analysis
7
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10
State Variable Analysis of Control System
6
11
Performance of Control Systems
5
Total Hours (Theory): 60
Total Hours (Lab): 30
Total:90
C. Detailed Syllabus:
1.
Introduction To Control Systems 3 Hrs
5 %
1.1
Introduction To Control Systems, Classification of Control Systems, The Open-Loop Control Systems & Closed-Loop Control Systems
1 Hr
1.2
Comparison of Open-Loop Control Systems & Closed-Loop Control Systems, Servomechanism
1 Hr
1.3
Examples With Applications In Engineering Field
1 Hr
2
Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems 5 Hrs
8 %
2.1
Introduction, Differential Equations of Physical Systems, Mechanical Systems: Translational Elements, Rotational Elements, Electrical Systems, Thermal Systems, Fluid Systems, Pneumatic Systems.
2 Hrs
2.2
Transfer Functions of Mechanical Systems & Electrical Systems With Examples, Analogous System: Analogous In Force(Torque)-Voltage Analogy & Force(Torque)-Current Analogy, Problems On Analogy
2 Hrs
2.3
Gear Trains : Design and Applications
1 Hr
3
Block Diagram Technique and Signal Flow Graphs 5 Hrs
8 %
3.1
Block Diagram of A Close Loop System, Rules of Block Diagram Reduction Techniques
1 Hr
3.2
Various Terms of Signal, Flow Graphs, Construction of Signal Flow Graphs
2 Hrs
3.3
Mason’s Gain Formula ,Use of Mason’s Gain Formula To Determine The T.F. Problems
2 Hrs
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4.
Feedback Characteristics of Control Systems 5 Hrs
8 %
4.1
Feedback and Non-Feedback System
1 Hr
4.2
Reduction of Parameter Variations By Use of Feedback
1 Hr
4.3
Control of The Effects of Disturbance Signals By Use of Feedback, Regenerative Feedback, Problems
3 Hrs
5.
Control Systems and Components 7 Hrs
11 %
5.1
Comparison Between Ordinary Motor and Servo Motor
1 Hr
5.2
T.F. of Servo Motors: 1) Field Controlled D.C. Servo Motor, 2) Armature Controlled D.C. Servo Motor, 3) Two Phase A.C. Servo Motor, Concept of Pneumatic Components: Flapper Valve, Relay, Actuator, Bellows,
3 Hrs
5.3
Determination of T.F. of A Complex Control Systems, Introduction To Stepper Motors & Its Applications, Problems
3 Hrs
6.
Time Response Analysis & Design Specifications 7 Hrs
11 %
6.1
Introduction, Standard Test Signal
1 Hr
6.2
Time Response of First Order Control System, Time Response of A Second Order Control System, Response of Second Order System To The Unit-Step
1 Hr
6.3
Time Response Specifications, Derivation of Specifications of Second Order System
1 Hr
6.4
Steady State Error and Error Constants, Types of Feedback Control Systems, Compensation Methods Such As Derivative Error Compensation, Derivative Output Compensation
3 Hr
6.5
Integral Error Compensation, Problems
1 Hr
7.
Concept of Stability, and Algebraic Criterion 6 Hrs
11 %
7.1
Concept of Stability, Absolute Stability, Absolute Stability and Relative Stability, Necessary Condition For Stability
1.5 Hrs
7.2
Hurwitz Stability Criterion, Routh Stability Criterion
1.5 Hrs
7.3
Special Cases of Routh Stability Criterion, Application of Routh Criterion
1.5 Hrs
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To Linear Feedback Control System, Relative Stability Analysis
7.4
Nyquist Stability Criterion, Problems
1.5 Hrs
8.
The Root Locus Technique 4 Hrs
8 %
81
The Concept of Root Locus
1.5 Hrs
8.2
Rules For Constructions of Root Locus Problems
2.5 Hrs
9.
The Frequency Response Analysis 7 Hrs
12 %
9.1
Introduction Frequency Response, Frequency Domain Specifications
2 Hrs
9.2
Correlation Between Time and Frequency Response, Contraction of Polar Plots, Contraction of Bode Plots
2.5 Hrs
9.3
Experimental Determinations of Transfer Functions, Determination of Gain Margin and Phase Margin Gain For Find Stability In Frequency Domain, Problems
2.5 Hrs
10.
State Variable Analysis of Control System 6 Hrs
10 %
10.1
Introduction , Concepts of State, State Variables ,State Vectors, State Space
1.5 Hrs
10.2
State Space Equations, Correlation Between T.F.& State Space Equations
1.5 Hrs
10.3
Space Models
1.5 Hrs
10.4
Controllability & Observability, Problems
1.5 Hrs
11
Performance of Control Systems 5 Hrs
8 %
11.1
Time & Frequency Domain Analysis and Performance of Various Control Systems Using Control System Tool Box of Matlab
5 Hrs
D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:
 Multimedia Projector
 OHP
 Audio Visual Presentations
 Chalk + Board
 White Board
 Online Demo
 Charts
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E. Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon Successful Completion of This Course, Student Should Be Able To:
 Student Gets Ability To Identify Different Control System, Formulate and Solve Control System Problems.
 Student Gets Manage Apply Knowledge and Understanding To Analyze Control Systems and Processes.
 Student Gets Capability To Design and Conduct Appropriate Control System and Draw Conclusions.
F. Recommended Study Material:
a. Reference Books:
1) Automatic Control Systems By B.C.Kuo.
2) Modern Control Engineering. By K. Ogata (Third Edition), Published By Prentice-Hall of India Private, New Delhi.
3) Control System Engineering. By I.J. Nagrath & M. Gopal (Third Edition), Published By New Age International Publishers, New Delhi.
4) Automatic Control Systems By S.N.Verma.
5) Linear Control Systems By B.S.Manke.
6) Automatic Control Engineering By Raven.

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