Book description
The book has been designed to cover the complete syllabi of Control Systems taught during various engineering courses at the undergraduate level. It would also help students appearing for competitive examinations like GATE, IAS, IES, NTPC and NHPC. The topics are explained in a simple and lucid manner, with the help of extended derivations accompanied by an exhaustive number of new figures, illustrations and solved examples. Practical applications along with the explanation of key concepts are included.Table of contents
 Cover
 Title Page
 Contents
 Dedication
 Preface to the Third Edition
 Preface to the First Edition

Chapter 1: Introductory Concepts
 1.1 Concepts of Plant, System and Control System
 1.2 Basic Components of a Control System
 1.3 Classification of Control Systems
 1.4 Servomechanism, Regulator, Process Control and Disturbance Signal
 1.5 Illustrative Examples of Control Systems
 1.6 Feedback in Control System and Effect of Feedback
 Review Questions
 Chapter 2: Modelling a Control System–Transfer Function Approach

Chapter 3: Modelling a Control System–Block Diagram Representation
 3.1 Introduction
 3.2 Advantages of Block Diagram Representation
 3.3 Block Diagram Representation of an Error Detector
 3.4 Block Diagram of a ClosedLoop System and Its Transfer Function
 3.5 Characteristic Equation of a Control System
 3.6 Rules of Block Diagram Simplification
 3.7 Block Diagram Representation of an Electrical Network
 3.8 Block Diagram Representation of Components of a Servomechanism
 Review Questions
 Chapter 4: Modelling a Control System–Signal Flow Graph
 Chapter 5: Feedback Control System and Effect of Feedback on System Performance
 Chapter 6: Error Analysis

Chapter 7: Time Response Analysis
 7.1 Introduction
 7.2 Time Response of First Order System to Step Input
 7.3 Response of First Order System to Ramp Input
 7.4 Response of First Order System to Impulse Input
 7.5 Time Response of Second Order Systems
 7.6 Dominant ClosedLoop Poles of Higher Order Systems
 7.7 Sensitivity of a Control System
 7.8 Control Actions for Desired Output
 7.9 Transient Response Analysis Using MATLAB
 Review Questions
 Chapter 8: Concept of Stability and RouthHurwitz Criterion
 Chapter 9: The Root Locus Technique

Chapter 10: Frequency Response Analysis
 10.1 Introduction
 10.2 Frequency Response Specifications
 10.3 Correlation Between Time Response and Frequency Response
 10.4 Presentation of Frequency Response in Graphical Form
 10.5 Bode Plot
 10.6 Polar Plot and Nyquist Criterion
 10.7 Summary of Nyquist Stability Criterion and More Examples
 10.8 Drawing Nyquist Plots with MATLAB
 10.9 Relative Stability
 10.10 Frequency Response of a ClosedLoop System Using MCircle and NCircle
 Review Questions
 Chapter 11: Design and Compensation

Chapter 12: Concept of State Variable Modelling
 12.1 Introduction
 12.2 Concepts of State, State Variables and State Model
 12.3 State Models of Linear Continuous Time Systems
 12.4 Correlation Between State Model and Transfer Function
 12.5 Diagonalisation of State Matrix
 12.6 Solution of State Equation
 12.7 Concept of Controllability and Observability
 Review Questions
 Chapter 13: Control Components
 Chapter 14: Matlab Based Problems and Their Solutions

Chapter 15: Introduction to Digital Control Systems
 15.1 Introduction
 15.2 Configuration of Sampled Data Control System
 15.3 Sampling Process
 15.4 ZTransform
 15.5 Conversion of Laplace Transform to ZTransform
 15.6 Inverse ZTransform
 15.7 Properties of ZTransform
 15.8 Hold Circuits
 15.9 Open Loop Sampled Data Control System
 15.10 Closed Loop Sampled Data Control System
 15.11 State Space Representation of Discrete Time Systems
 15.12 Stability Analysis
 Review Questions

Appendix
 1. Laplace Transform
 2. MATLAB Fundamentals
 3. Fuzzy Logic

4. Objective Type Questions
 A4.1 Introduction
 A4.2 Modelling a Control System–Transfer Function Approach and Block Diagram Approach
 A4.3 Modelling a Control System–Signal Flow Graphs
 A4.4 Feedback Control System–Characteristics and Performance
 A4.5 Error Analysis
 A4.6 Time Response Analysis
 A4.7 Concept of Stability and Routh–Hurwitz Criteria
 A4.8 Root Locus Technique
 A4.9 Frequency Response Analysis
 A4.10 Design and Compensation
 A4.11 Concept of StateVariable Modelling
 A4.12 Control Components
 5. Key Terms
 Copyright
 Back Cover
Product information
 Title: Control Systems Engineering, 3rd Edition
 Author(s):
 Release date: May 2013
 Publisher(s): Pearson India
 ISBN: 9789332517707
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