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• General

 Lecturer : Dr. Fatimah Sham Binti IsmailDr. Shahdan Bin SudinDr. Shafishuhaza Binti SahlanDr. Herman Bin Wahid Semester : I Sessi 2016/2017

Synopsis :

This course introduces the students to the fundamental ideas and definitions of control systems, open loop and close loop control systems, transfer functions and transient and steady state responses. Students will be taught how to obtain mathematical models of actual physical systems such as electrical, mechanical and electromechanical systems in the transfer function form. Methods of system representation such as block diagram representation and signal flow graphs will be examined. The students will also be exposed to techniques of analysing control systems performance and stability in time and frequency domains.

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• Topic 1

Chapter 1 Introduction to Control System

Introducing control systems engineering through historical background as well as classification of basic common control areas.
• Topic 2

Chapter 2 Mathematical Modeling in Transfer Function Form

This chapter describes about how to obtain the mathematical models of actual physical systems such as electrical, mechanical and electromechanical systems in the transfer function form.
• Topic 3

Chapter 3 Systems Representation

Representing complicated systems into single transfer function using block diagram reduction and signal flow graph using mason's rule
• Topic 4

Chapter 4 Response and Stability Analysis in Time Domain

This chapter presents response and stability analysis of control system in time domain. Introduction to First-order system and second-order system for transient & steady-state response and response specification. System response with additional poles. Steady-state error and stability analysis, relative stability to test stability using Routh Hurwitz RH-Criterion and RH-Stability analysis.
• Topic 5

Chapter 5 Response and Stability Analysis in Frequency Domain

Introduction to frequency response, plotting in frequency domain, bode plot analysis, relation between closed-loop and open-loop, stability analysis, gain adjustment and steady state error.