Control Engineering – EE3004
Title : Control Engineering
Course No : EE3004
- Mathematical modeling, transfer functions, linearization
- of nonlinear systems and stability definitions.
- • Transient and steady state behavior. Routh-Hurwitz ,
- Introduction to PID controllers.
- • Root locus and control design using root locus
- techniques (lead and lag compensation in time domain).
- Industrial PID Controllers.
- • Frequency response – Bode plots and the Nyquist
- stability criterion,
- • Frequency domain control design, relative stability –
- gain and phase margins,lead and lag design using Bode plo
- • State space formulation: controllability, observability,
- state space design, estimator design, combined control
- law and estimator.
- • Digital Control: dynamic analysis, design using discrete
- equivalents, sample rate selection, applications to
- control of computing systems.
Text Books :
- Modern Control Systems by Richard Dorf and Robert Bishop
- Modern Control Engineering by Katsuhiko Ogata