CPEN 401:Control Systems Analysis and Design (Prerequisites: CPEN 301)

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History and overview including current trends in industrial control systems, reasons for studying control system and its relevance in computer engineering. Control systems: control principle, feed-back and feed-forward, control strategy. Basic operations of a minicomputer data I/O, process control, digital filter design, and optimal control. State space design methods, root locus design methods, simple pole factor, response design methods, translational mechanical system, backward rectangular rule, rotational mechanical system, independent energy storing elements, dynamic system response, root locus form, root locus gain, signal flow chart, forward rectangular rule, desired motor speed, motor position control, integrator factor, interconnection laws, diagonal canonical form, controllable canonical form, transfer functions, decentralized estimation, motor speed control system, advanced control systems, observable canonical form, observability and controllability of control systems. State Space Design Methods, Characteristics of Feedback Control Systems, Frequency Response Design Methods, Bode Diagrams, Nonlinear State Evolution, Laplace Transforms, Nyquist Diagrams, Nyquist Path, Motor Speed Closed-Loop Control, Block Diagram Solution. Analog and digital controller design such as PID, PI, and P controllers Unit step responses of PID.