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Principles of Control Systems

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Authors: Ganesh C, Shanmugasundaram R, Mayurappriyan P S

ISBN: 9789388005197

Copy Right Year: 2020

Pages:  568

Binding: Soft Cover

Publisher:  Yes Dee Publishing

SKU: 9789388005197 Category:

Description

This book is written to cater to the needs of undergraduate students in various disciplines of engineering and also practicing engineers. The authors have explained the topics with illustrations and examples to make the readers understand the concepts better. The key features of this book are as follows:
• Short and precise explanation enables readers to understand the concepts better.
• Solved examples, problems with answers and multiple-choice questions.
• Solved University Model Questions
• Summary and review questions at the end of each chapter
• Short answered questions with answers
• Introduction to State space analysis
• MATLAB Programming to solve typical control engineering problems.

Additional information

Weight .65 kg
Dimensions 23 × 16 × 3 cm

Table of Content

Chapter 1  Introduction to Control Engineering
1.1 Introduction
1.2 History of Control Systems
1.3 Control System Terminologies
1.4 Opportunities and Challenges in Control Engineering
Chapter 2   Mathematical Modelling of Physical Systems
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Mathematical Representation of Physical Systems
2.3 Transfer Function
2.4 Block Diagram Representation
2.5 Signal Flow Graph
2.6 Modelling of Electrical Systems
2.7 Modelling of Translational Mechanical Systems
2.8 Modelling of Rotational Mechanical Systems
2.9 Analogous Systems
2.10 Gear Trains
2.11 Thermal Systems
2.12 Control System Components
2.12.1 DC Servomotors
2.12.2 AC Servomotors
2.12.3 Synchro
2.12.4 Application of DC Servomotor in Position Control System
Chapter 3  Time Domain Analysis
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Requirement of Standard Signals for Time Response Analysis
3.3 Time Response of First Order Systems
3.4 Time Response of Second Order Systems
3.5 Time Domain Specifications
3.6 Derivation of Time Domain Specifications
3.7 Ideal Choice of Damping Ratio
3.8 Time Response of Higher Order Systems
3.9 Error
3.10 Stability
3.11 Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Stability
3.11.1 Hurwitz Stability Criterion
3.11.2 Routh Stability Criterion
3.11.3 Relation between the Two Criteria
3.12 Root Locus Technique
Chapter 4  Frequency Response Analysis
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Correlation between Time and Frequency Response
4.3 Polar Plot
4.4 Bode Plot
4.5 Nyquist Stability Analysis
4.6 Determination of Closed Loop Frequency Response from Open Loop
Chapter 5  Compensators and Controllers
5.1 Introduction
5.2 P, PI, PID Controllers
5.3 Design of Compensators
5.3.1 Lead Compensator
5.3.2 Lag Compensator
5.3.3 Lag-lead Compensator
Chapter 6  Mat Lab Examples
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Mat Lab Program for the Step Response of First Order System
6.3 Mat Lab Program for the Step Response of Second Order System
6.4 Mat Lab Program for the Bode Plot
6.5 PID Controller
6.6 Root Locus
6.7 Nyquist Plot
Chapter 7  State Space Analysis
7.1 Introduction
7.2 State Variables
7.3 State Space Formulation
7.3.1 State Equation
7.3.2 Output Equation
7.3.3 State Model
7.4 State Diagram
7.4.1 Block Diagram Form
7.4.2 Signal Flow Graph
7.5 State Space Modeling
7.5.1 State Space Model using Physical Variables
7.5.2 State Space Model using Phase Variables
7.5.3 State Space Model by Canonical Transformation
7.6 Transfer Function from State Model
7.7 Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors
7.7.1 Method to Find Eigen Value
7.7.2 Eigen Vector
7.8 Properties of Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors
7.9 Diagonalisation
7.10 Solution of State Equation
7.10.1 Formation of State Transition Matrix ( e^At)
7.10.2 State Transition Matrix by Cayley−Hamilton Theorem
7.10.3 Properties of 〖 e〗^At (State Transition Matrix)
7.11 Concept of Controllability and Observability
7.11.1 Controllability
7.11.2 Observability
7.11.3 Duality Principle
7.12 Controllable Phase Variable form of State Model
7.13 Observable Phase Variable form of State Model
7.14 Control System Design Via Pole Placement by State Feedback

Appendix A Multiple Choice Questions

Appendix B Solved Model University Question Papers

About The Authors

Dr. C. Ganesh is Professor at Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bengaluru. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Anna University, Chennai. He has twenty years of teaching experience and three years of industrial experience. He has published in reputed International Journals and IEEE Conferences. He is also a Reviewer in multiple International Journals.

Dr. R. Shanmugasundaram is Professor at Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore. He has a Ph.D. from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. He has nineteen years of teaching experience and one year of industrial experience. He has published his papers in IEEE Conferences, IEEE Transactions on Mechatronics and other reputed Journals.

Dr. P. S. Mayurappriyan is Professor at Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Anna University, Chennai. He has twenty years of teaching experience and five years of industrial experience. He has published 18 research papers in National and International journals. His Citation Index in various journals is 34 and h-Index is 4.

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