Serial Contents PPT Exercises(obligatory) Exercises(Optional) Text book Experiments
1 Chapter 1: Basic concept of Automatic Control
1.1 Introduction, development of control control
theory
1.3 Concepts of automatic control and
Systems
1-1,2,3  

Chapter 1

 
2 1.4 Formation of control systems
1.6 Classification of control systems
1.7 Basic requirements for control system
1-4,7,10,11    
3 Chapter 2: Mathematical Model of Control Systems
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Time domain mathematical model
Laplace transform review
2-1, 2, 3,  

Chapter 2

 
4 Inverse laplace transform review
2.3 Complex domain mathematical model
2-7,8,9,10
Excises for Inverse Laplace
Transform
   
5 Transfer functions of components
Typical factors
2-11,12    
6 2.4 Block Diagram and signal-flow graph
Block diagram simplification
2-,14,15    
7 2.5 Signal-flow graph,
2.6 Transfer function
Ch2 Conclusion
2-16, 17,18,19    
8 Chapter 3: Time-domain Analysis and
Compensation for Linear Systems
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Time response and specifications of
first order systems
3.3 Second order over damped system
3-1,2,3,5,6  

Chapter 3

Experiment 1:
Simulation on the Typical Links
9

3.3 Time response and dynamic performance for second order systems

3-8,9,10,11 3-13  
10 Second order system improvement     Experiment 2:
Dynamic Characteristic of the Typical System and Test of the Stability
11 3.4 High order systems time-domain analysis
3.5 System stability analysis
3-15,16,17 3-18  
12 3.6 Steady-state error of linear systems 3-22,23,25 3-26 Experiment 3:
The Effect of Characteristic Parameters on Second-order System Performance
13 Dynamic error constant
3.7 Time-domain compensation
Chapter 3 conclusion
3-33,37,39    
14 Chapter 4 Root Locus Method
4.1 Root locus concepts
4-1  

Chapter 4

 
15 4.2 Root locus rules 4-2,3 4-4,8 Experiment 4:
Effect of Open Loop Gain, Zeros and Poles on the System Performance
16 4.3 Generalized root locus 4-9,10,11,12    
17 4.4 System analysis by root-locus method,
Chapter 4 conclusion
4-13,14,15,16 4-17,18  
18 Chapter 5: Frequency-domain Analysis and
Compensation
5.1 Concepts of Frequency characteristics
5-1,2,3  

Chapter 5

 
19 5.2 Magnitude-Phase characteristics 5-4,5,6,7 5-8  
20 5.3 Log frequency characteristics 5-9   Experiment 5:
Frequency Characteristic Testing of the Typical System
21 Open-loop log frequency characteristics 5-10,11,12    
22 5.4 Nyquist stability criterion 5-13,14,15,16    
23 5.5 Stability margin 5-20,21,22 5-23,24  
24 5.6 System analysis by open-loop frequency
Characteristics
Tri-band Theory
5-25,26,27,28 5-29  
25 5.7 Closed-loop frequency responses
5.8 System analysis by closed-loop
Frequency Characteristics
5-31(1,2),32,33,34 5-35  
26 5.9.1 Lead compensation 5-36,37   Experiment 6:
Compensation of the Linear System
27 5.9.2 Lag compensation 5-38,39    
28 5.9.3 Lag-Lead/PID compensation 5-41,42,45    
29 Conclusion and tutorial for Ch3, 4, 5 5-43,44,46    
30 Chapter 6 Linear Discrete-Time Systems
Analysis and Compensation
6.1 Discrete-Time Systems
6.2 Signal sampling and holding
    Experiment 7:
Sample-and-hold Device
31 6.3 The z transformation 6-1,2,3    
32 6.4 Mathematical model for discrete-systems 6-5,7,8   Experiment 8:
Performance and Stability of Discrete Control System
33 6.5 Stability for discrete-time systems’ 6-10,11,12 6-13  
34 6.6/7 Steady-state error and dynamics
of discrete systems
6-14,15,16 6-17  
35 6.8/9 Analog / Digital compensation
Chapter 6 conclusion
6-18,19,20,21  
36 Chapter 7 Nonlinear Control Systems Analysis
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Phase plane method (Concept)
7-1,2,3 7-4 Experiment 9:
Nonlinear Elements and Phase Plane Method
37 7.2 Phase plane method (Analysis)   7-5,6,7,8  
38 7.3 Describing function method (Concept) 7-9,10   Experiment 10:
Describing function method for Nonlinear system
39 7.3 Describing function method (Analysis)
7.4 Use of nonlinearities
7-11,12,13,16,17 7-19,20  
40 Overall Review    Appendix C
Appendix
Appendix