Analyzing and design of control systems with performance evaluation. Distinguish between time domain and frequency domain specifications. Demonstrate effect of lead compensator in time domain. Identify aspects of lag compensation in time domain. Show the differences between lag and lead compensators versus lead-lag compensators. Demonstrate effect of lead compensator in frequency domain. Demonstrate effect of lag compensator in frequency domain. Explain the role of matrix manipulation and linear differential equations for control systems representation. Defining control system representation techniques (phase variable form, diagonal form, …etc.). Show how to solve the state equation. Define state transition matrix. Define controllability problem. Define observability problem. Distinguish the role of controllability / uncontrollability criterion for pole placement. Showing the basic structure of a digital control system. Definition and properties of Z-transform. Knowing open and closed loop transfer s. Distinguish between open loop and closed loop responses in presence of sampler. Associate the choice of pole location with digital control systems stability criterion.


Bachelor in Electronics and Communications Engineering


  • To enable students of other departments to design control systems using classical approach and state-space approach.


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Course Content

content serial Description
1Lead compensation design.
2Lag compensation design.
3Lag-Lead compensation design.
4Lead compensation by frequency response.
5Lag compensation by frequency response.
6Introduction to state-space.
77th week exam + Methods of state space representation.
8Solution of state equation.
9Controllability – observability.
10State variable feedback.
11Introduction to digital control systems.
1212th week exam + The Z-transform.
13Block diagram of digital systems.
14Time response of digital systems.
15Stability analysis for digital systems.
16Final Exam.

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