Control Engineering. Bakshi U. Concept 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. Motors, A. Servosystems , Hydraulic systems Liquid level and fluid power systems , Thermal systems, Integrating devices, Hydraulic servomotor, Temperature control system and Error detectors.
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Control Systems. Bakshi U. Introduction to linear and nonlinear control system, Elements of control systems, Open loop and closed loop, Feedback and feed forward control systems. Each control systems will be highlighted with real time applications.
Transfer function using block diagram reduction techniques and signal flow graph using Mason s gain formula. Time domain analysis of linear control systems. First order and second order system. Error constant, Steady state error, Transient response specifications.
Stability of control system ,Routh-Hurwitz criterion and root locus technique. Frequency domain analysis, Frequency domain specification, Bode plot-Gain margin and phase margin, Mapping theorem and Nyquist plot.
Capacitance type level, Electromagnetic type flow meter, Piezoelectric type pressure transducer, Thermistor, Strain gauge, Piezoelectric type accelerometer, Photoelectric tachometer pick up. Signal conditioning circuits for all above transducers. Study of synchros. PLC : Architecture , Comparison with relay logic. Ladder diagrams for 1 Bottle filling plant 2 Elevator control 3 Washing machine. Chapter 5 Signal Flow Graph Representation 51 to Examples with Solutions 6. Review Questions Chapter 7 Stability of Control Systems 7 1 to 7 Chapter15 Controller Principles to Bode Plots pill to Chapter 12 Compensation of Control Systems 12 1 to Chapter16 Programmable Logic Controller 16 1 to 16 Examples with Solutions 7 Review Questions 7 Review Questions 8 TYPE of a System 6.
Control Systems V. Chapter3 Transfer Function and Impulse Response 3 1 to 3.
Linear System Analysis