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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,

School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham


Coimbatore, India 641112
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M.Tech, Control and Instrumentation, First semester

Course Code and Title: 16CI622 Digital Control Systems 3-0-0-3

Syllabus
1. Review of Z-transforms. Pulse transfer function.
2. Digital control system: sampling, quantization, data reconstruction and filtering of sampled signals. Z-transform analysis of
closed loop and open loop systems, multirate Z -transform.
3. Stability analysis of closed loop systems in the z- plane: root loci, frequency domain analysis, Stability tests. Discrete
equivalents.
4. Digital controller design for SISO systems: design based on root locus method in the z-plane, design based on frequency
response method, design of lag compensator, lead compensator, lag lead compensator, design of PID Controller based on
frequency response method, direct design method of Ragazzini.
5. State space representation in discrete system. Controllability, observability, control law design, decoupling by state variable
feedback, effect of sampling period. Estimator/ Observer Design: full order observers, reduced order observers, regulator
design.

1. Instructor Information

Name: Dr. O. V. Ramana Murthy


Email: ovr_murthy@cb.amrita.edu
Extension: 5757

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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Coimbatore, India 641112
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2. Course Overview

This subject lays emphasis on designing digital control systems to achieve good dynamic response when the signal data are
sampled in time and quantized in amplitude.

3. General guidelines:

a. Ensure that the syllabus is taught competently and satisfactorily.


b. Continuous evaluation of students should be done effectively and marks are to be updated regularly.

4. Course requirements:

Proficiency in Laplace transform, linear algebra and prior completion of basic course in linear feedback controls is mandatory

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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Coimbatore, India 641112
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Lecture no. Topics Reference


1 Introduction to Digital Control, z-transforms definition Chapter 2, [1]
2-3 z-transforms properties, examples
4-6 Inverse z-transform, examples
7-8 Solving differential equations using z-transform
9-10 Sampling and Data hold, quantization, Reconstruction of signals. Chapter 3, [1]
11 Pulse transfer function.
12-13 Realization of digital controllers and filters
14 PID controller – position and velocity form
15 Mapping between s plane and the z plane Chapter 4, [1]
16-17 Stability analysis of closed loop systems in the z-plane: Jury stability test
Periodical 1
18 Root locus Chapter 4, [1]
19 Frequency domain analysis, Bode plots
20 Digital controller design based on root locus method
21 Design based on frequency response method, Chapter 4, [1]
22-24 Design of lead compensator and lag compensator Chapter 4, [3]
25-26 Design of lag-lead compensator
27 Design of PID controller based on frequency response method
28 Direct design method of Ragazzini Chapter 7, [2]
Periodical 2
29 State space representation in discrete system. Chapter 5, [1]
30 Solving discrete-time state-space equations
31 Pulse transfer function matrix
32 Discretization of continuous-time state-space equations
33 Controllability and Observability
34 Transformations in state-space analysis
35-36 Decoupling by state variable feedback (pole placement) - Regulator design Chapter 8, [2]
37-38 Estimator/ Observer Design: full order observers - Regulator design
39-40 Reduced order observers

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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Coimbatore, India 641112
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Reference Books
1. Discrete-time Control Systems by Ogata, 2nd edition
2. Gene F. Franklin, J. David Powell, Michael Workman, “Digital Control of Dynamic Systems”, Pearson, 2000.

3. M. Gopal, “Digital Control and State Variable Methods”, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2006.

5. Evaluation Pattern
Periodical I 15 marks
Periodical II 15 marks
Continuous Evaluation 20 marks (Weekly Assignments)
Final Exam 50 marks