Control System Diploma Course

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Introduction :
This course relies on lectures as the primary delivery mechanism for the material. Tutorials supplement the lectures by providing exercises and example problems to enhance the understanding obtained through lectures. Practicals are used to provide hands-on experience for students to reinforce the theoretical concepts encountered in lectures. Continuous assessment activities provide the formative assessment opportunities for students to gauge their progress and understanding. .We are glad to welcome you to the website of PRIT Private Limited.Professional Revolutionary Institute of Technology Private Limited is approved and accredited by the numerous International & national Diploma, Qualification & Certification awarding bodies.We are the Pioneer organization which is issuing Same Certificate/Diploma in five languages English, French, Chinese, Arabic & Urdu.(This is only applicable on PRIT Qualifications).International and Other organization’s certificates will be in English.A good thing is that anyone can apply for admission from any part of the world.

Course Outline:

Introduction: definition and classification of systems, control systems.
Input-output modeling of linear time-invariant (LTI) systems: impulse response and transfer function matrices; Internal (state-space) modeling: definition of the state, state variables and state equations.
Solution to the state equations of LTI systems; similarity transformations; determination of transfer function matrices; realization of rational transfer functions; poles and modes; zeros.
Modeling electromechanical systems; Block diagrams; block diagram reduction techniques.
Discrete-time equivalents of continuous-time systems; simulation and implementation of dynamic systems using digital computers.
1st Midterm exam.
Stability: definitions of input-output and internal stability concepts; stability of LTI systems; Routh-Hurwitz test.
Feedback control design for stability.
Steady-state errors: the servomechanism problem.
Transient response of LTI systems; transient response performance criteria.
2nd Midterm exam.
The root-locus method; controller design using the root-locus method.
Introduction to discrete-time systems; modeling; stability; steady-state errors; transient response.
Sampled-data systems: discrete-time controller design for continuous-time systems.