UNITV
Power Amplifiers: Classification of amplifiers, Class A power Amplifiers and their analysis, Harmonic Distortions, Class B Pushpull amplifiers and their analysis, Complementary symmetry push pull amplifier, Class AB power amplifier, ClassC power amplifier, Thermal stability and Heat sinks, Distortion in amplifiers.
UNITVI
Tuned Amplifiers : Introduction, QFactor, small signal tuned amplifier, capacitance single tuned amplifier, double tuned amplifiers, effect of cascading single tuned amplifiers on band width, effect of cascading double tuned amplifiers on band width, staggered tuned amplifiers, stability of tuned amplifiers, wideband amplifiers.
Text Books:

Integrated Electronics J. Millman and C.C. Halkias, Tata Mc GrawHill, 1972.

Electronic Devices and Circuits Salivahanan, N.Suressh Kumar, A. Vallavaraj, TATA McGraw Hill, Second Edition
References:

Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design – Donald A. Neaman, Mc Graw Hill.

Electronic Devices and Circuits Theory – Robert L. Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky, Pearson/Prentice Hall, Tenth Edition.

Electronic Circuit AnalysisB.V.Rao,K.R.Rajeswari, P.C.R.Pantulu,K.B.R.Murthy, Pearson Publications.

Microelectronic CircuitsSedra A.S. and K.C. Smith, Oxford University Press, Sixth Edition.
II Year  II Semester
CONTROL SYSTEMS
L T P C
4 0 0 3
Course objectives

To introduce the concepts of open loop and closed loop systems, mathematical models of mechanical and electrical systems, and concepts of feedback

To study the characteristics of the given system in terms of the transfer function and introducing various approaches to reduce the overall system for necessary analysis

To develop the acquaintance in analyzing the system response in timedomain and frequency domain in terms of various performance indices

To analyze the system in terms of absolute stability and relative stability by different approaches

To design different control systems for different applications as per given specifications

To introduce the concepts of state variable analysis, design and also the concepts of controllability and observability
UNIT1
Introduction
System Control System, Open Loop Control System, Closed loop Control System, Different Examples
Mathematical models of Physical Systems
Differential equations of physical systems, Transfer functions, Block diagram Algebra, Signal flow graphs with illustrative examples
Effects of Feedback
Feedback Characteristics and its advantages, Linearizing effect of feedback
UNIT2
Controller Components
DC Servomotor (Armature Controlled and Field Controlled) with necessary derivation for transfer function, AC Servomotor and its transfer function, AC Tachometer, Potentiometer, Synchros, AC Position Control Systems
Standard test Signals, Time response of first and second order systems, steady state errors and error constants, Effect of adding a zero to a system, Design specifications of second order systems, Performance indices
UNIT3
Concepts of Stability and Algebraic Criteria
The concept of Stability, Necessary Conditions for Stability, RouthHurwitz Srability Criterion, Relative stability analysis,
The Root Locus Technique
Introduction, The Root Locus concepts, Construction of Root Loci
UNIT4
Frequency response analysis
Introduction, Correlation between time and frequency response, Polar Plots, Bode Plots, Nyquist Stability Criterion
UNIT5
Introduction to Design
The design problem, Preliminary consideration of classical design, Realization of basic Compensators, Cascade compensation in time domain and frequency domain, Tuning of PID Controllers
UNIT6
State Variable Analysis and Design
Introduction, Concepts of State, State Variables and State models, State models for linear continuoustime systems, State variables and linear discretetime systems, Solution of state equations and Concepts of Controllability and Observability.
Text Book
I.J.Nagarath and M.Gopal, “ Control System Engineering,” New Age International Publishers, Fifth Edition
Reference Books 
Katsuhiko Ogata, “Modern Control Engineering,” Pearson, Fifth Edition

S. Salivahanan, R. Rengaraj, and G. R. Venkata Krishnan, “ Control Systems Engineering,” Pearson, First Impression

Benjamin C. Kuo, Frarid Golnaraghi, “ Automatic Control Systems,” Wiley Student Edition, Eigth Edition

PadmaRaju and Reddy , “ Instrumentation and Control Systems “, McGrawHill Education ,2016
Course Outcomes 
This course introduces the concepts of feedback and its advantages to various control systems

The performance metrics to design the control system in timedomain and frequency domain are introduced.

Control systems for various applications can be designed using timedomain and frequency domain analysis.

In addition to the conventional approach, the state space approach for the analysis of control systems is also introduced.
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