Control Systems Engineering from Scratch

Control Systems Engineering from Scratch

Control Systems Engineering from Scratch

Learn all the fundamentals and concepts of Control Systems

Language: english

Note: 3.9/5 (8 notes) 4,184 students

Instructor(s): Sujithkumar MA

Last update: 2022-02-18

What you’ll learn

  • Understand the concepts behind Control Engineering
  • Solve problems related to Control Systems
  • Interpret all the terminologies in Control Systems
  • Determine the stability of any Control System

 

Requirements

  • A basic knowledge in Mathematics (Preferably Calculus) will help.

 

Description

Hey all, Welcome to my course on ‘Control Systems Engineering’


This course will give you a deeper understanding on Control Systems and it’s concepts.

The concepts that we will be discussing on this course:


1. Systems – Basics, Types, Open Loop, Closed Loop

2. SISO/MISO Systems

3. Linear and Non Linear Systems

4. Time Variant and TIme Invariant Systems

5. Causal and Non Causal Systems

6. Necessity of Transforms

7. Laplace Transforms – Introduction, Formulae, Inverse Laplace Transforms

8. Laplace Transforms to solve differential equations

9. Test signals – unit step function, impulse function, ramp function, parabolic function.

10. Transfer function.

11, Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits

12. Transfer function of a Low Pass Filter.

13.  Block Diagrams – Concepts, Reduction rules, Problems

14. Time response analysis – First Order, Second Order Systems

15. Poles and Zeroes – Examples

16. Steady State Error

17. Error Constants Kp, Kv, Ka

18. Stability Analysis

19. Relative stability plots.

and much more

A Control Systems Engineer is responsible for designing, developing, and implementing solutions that control dynamic systems. The aim of a Control Systems Engineer is to bring stability to these constantly changing systems to produce the desired outcome. It is a field of engineering that is wide and varied.

For competitive exams like GATE, ESE , Control Systems is one of the most tested subjects.

So what are you waiting for?

Everything is covered from scratch!

I’ll see you there in my course.

 

Who this course is for

  • Anyone who wants to become a Control Engineer

 

Course content

  • Introduction
    • Introduction
    • What is a system ?
    • Control Systems – Open Loop and Closed Loop
  • Classification of Systems
    • SISO, MISO, Linear, Non Linear Systems
    • Time Invariant, Time Variant Systems
    • Causal, Non Causal Systems
  • Standard Test Signals
    • Standard Test Signals – Unit Step Function
    • Impulse – Analogy with Cricket
    • Ramp, Parabolic Signals
    • Relation between all the test signals
  • Laplace Transforms
    • Why Transforms are required – Time Domain, Frequency Domain
    • Introduction to Laplace Transforms
    • Laplace Transforms of Exponentials, Step Function
    • Laplace Transforms of Sinusoids, Ramp, Parabola
    • Properties of Laplace Transforms
    • Inverse Laplace Transform
    • Laplace Transform to solve Differential Equations
    • A review on LT
  • Transfer Function of Electrical Systems
    • What is Transfer function
    • Basics of Electrical Systems
    • Transfer function of a Low Pass Filter
  • Block Diagrams
    • Introduction to Block Diagrams
    • Rules to reduce Block Diagram and an example problem
    • Advanced rules to find out transfer function from block diagrams
    • Example Problem 2 on Block Diagrams
    • A tricky question in Block Diagrams
  • Time response analysis of First Order Systems
    • Time response analysis, Order, First Order Systems
    • Transient response and Steady State response of first order systems
  • Poles, Zeroes, DC Gain, Type numbers
    • Poles and Zeroes of a Control System
    • Five Examples on Poles and Pole Zero Map
    • DC Gain of a Control System
    • Type Numbers of Systems
  • Time response analysis of second order systems
    • Transfer function of Second Order Systems, Damping ratio, Natural Frequency
    • Types of damped systems
    • Pole Locations of Second Order Systems
  • Steady state error and error constants
    • Equation for Steady State Error, Final Value Theorem
    • Error Constants Kp, Kv, Ka
  • Methods to determine the stability of a system
    • Introduction and Methods to find Stability
    • Determining Stability from Impulse Response
    • Determining Stability from Pole Locations
    • Determining Stability from Characteristic Equation
  • Tools to determine stability
    • Hurwitz Stability Criterion
    • Introduction to Routh’s Method
    • Problems on Routh’s Method
  • Relative Stability using Plots
    • Gain Margin and Phase Margin
    • Polar Plot
    • Tricks to draw Polar Plot

 

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