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KTU B.Tech S5 Syllabus Applied Electronics & Instrumentation

KTU B.Tech S5 Syllabus Applied Electronics & Instrumentation

KTU B.Tech S5 Syllabus Applied Electronics & Instrumentation

AE 301: CONTROL SYSTEM

MODULE I

System Analysis: Systems, subsystems, and stochastic and deterministic systems – Principles of automatic control -Open loop and closed loop systems -Principles of superposition and homogeneity-Transfer Function Approach: Mathematical models of physical systems and transfer function approach -Impulse response and transfer function -Determination of transfer functions for simple electrical, mechanical,
electromechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems – Analogous systems -Multiple-input multiple-output systems: Block diagram algebra – block diagram reduction -Signal flow graphs -Mason’s gain formula.

MODULE II

Time Domain Analysis: Standard test signals -Response of systems to standard test signals –Step response of second order systems -Time domain specifications (of second order system) -Steady state response -Steady state error -Static and dynamic error coefficients -Zero input and zero state response

FIRST INTERNAL EXAMINATION

MODULE III

Stability of linear systems -absolute stability -relative stability -Hurwitz and Routh stability criterion -Root locus method – construction of root locus -root contours -root sensitivity to gain k -effect of poles and zeros and their locations on the root locus.

MODULE IV

Frequency Domain Analysis: Frequency response representation -Frequency domain specifications -Correlation between time and frequency response -Polar plots – Logarithmic plots -Bode plots – All pass, minimum-phase and non-minimum-phase systems -Transportation lag – Stability in frequency domain -Nyquist stability criterion – Stability from polar and bode plot -Gain margin and phase margin -relative stability -M-N circles -Nichols chart.

SECOND INTERNAL EXAMINATION

MODULE V

State Variable Analysis: Concepts of state, state variables, state vector and state space -State model of continuous time systems Transformation of state variable -Derivation of transfer function from state model -invariance property

MODULE VI

State diagram -State variable from transfer function -bush or companion form -controllable canonical form – observable canonical form -Jordan canonical form -Diagonalization-State transition matrix -computation of state transition matrix by Laplace transform, Cayley-Hamilton theorem -Controllability and observability of a system. (proof not required)

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