EE701 Control Systems Syllabus Electrical Engineering(EE) 7th sem RGTU/RGPV Syllabus

RGTU/RGPV EE701 Control Systems Syllabus
Electrical Engineering EE 7th (VII) Semester Syllabus

EE701 Control Systems Course Contents:

Modeling of dynamic systems: Electrical, Mechanical and hydraulic systems, Conceptof transfer function, Simulation of differential equations in analog computer, Statespace description of dynamic systems: Open and closed loop systems, Signal flow graph, Mason’s formula, Components of control systems: Error detectors (Synchros &Potentiometer), Servomotors (AC & DC), techo generators, power amplifier, steepermotors

Time – domain analysis of closed loop systems: Test signals, time response of firstand second order systems, Time domain performance specifications, Steady stateerror & error constants Feedback control actions: Proportional, derivative and integralcontrol.
Solution of state equation: Eigen values & eigenvectors digitalization state transitivematrix, stability Routh-Hurwit stability analysis.

Characteristics equation of closed loop system root loci, construction of loci, Effect ofadding, poles and Zeros on the loci, Stability by root loci.

Frequency, Domain analysis, Bode plots, Effect of adding, poles and Zeros, Polarplot, Nyquist stability analysis, Relative stability : Gain and phase margins.

Frequency- Domain compensation : lead lag, Lag-lead compensation, Design ofcompensating networks

EE701 Control Systems List of Experiments:
  • Time response of second order system.
  • Characteristics of Synchros.
  • Effect of feedback on servomotors.
  • Determination of transfer function of A-C servomotor
  • Determination of transfer function of D-C motor. 
  • Formulation of PI & PD controller and study of closed loop responses of 1st and 2nd order dynamic systems.
  • State space model for classical transfer function using MATLAB.
  • Simulation of transfer function using operational amplifier.
  • Design problem: Compensating Networks of lead and lag.
  • Temperature controller using PID.
  • Transfer function of a DC generator.
  • Characteristics of AC servomotor.
  • Use of MATLAB for root loci and Bode plots of type-1, type-2 systems.
  • Study of analog computer and simulation of 1st order and 2nd order dynamic equations.
  • Formulation of proportional control on 1st order and 2nd order dynamic systems.
  • Feed back control of 3rd order dynamic Systems
  • Study of lead and lag compensating networks.
  • Effect of adding poles & zeros on root loci and bode plots of type-1, type-2 systems through MATLAB.
EE701 Control Systems  References:  
  • I.J. Nagrath and M. Gopal, Control system Engineering, New Age International.   
  • K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, PHI.   
  • B.C. Kuo, Automatic Control systems, PHI   
  • Gopal M., Control System : Principles & Design, TMH Third edition 2008.   
  • Stefani, Shahian, Savant, Hostetter, “Design of feed back control System’s”, Oxford.   
  • Krishna. K. Singh & Gayatri Agnihotri, System Design through MATLAB control tool & Simulink, Stringer Verlag, U.K.   
  • Rudra Pratap, Getting Started with MATLAB, Oxford.   
  • Modern Control Systems by Roy Chaudhary, PHI.   
  • Les Finical, Control Systems,Cengage learning,India Edition 2007.   
  • Stephen J.Chapman, MATLAB Programming for Engineers, Cengage learning,India Edition 2004.

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