# 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

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  Time remaining or 827 enrolls left

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