## Control System – Adaptive and Optimal Control Systems

Advancement in today’s world is indeed required in every field, so is the case in control systems engineering. A process

## Control System – Compensator Design

We all know that control systems are designed to perform specific tasks. In order to provide suitable performances, it is

## Control System – State Space Model

In my previous post we have seen that the state space model of a Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) system is represented as, (t)

## Control System – State Space Analysis

In this post we will see the state variable model of a system. As compared to the transfer function approach

## Control System – Nyquist plot

In my previous post we saw how to analyze a system using polar plot. Now we need to learn about

## Control System – Polar Plots

In my previous posts, we have seen how a system is represented in the frequency domain by replacing s by

## Control System – Steps for Solving Bode Plots

Bode plot is a graph that represents a system frequency response.It is used to examine the stability of a closed

## Control System – Bode Plot

Bode plot is a frequency domain technique(used in frequency response analysis) in which magnitude and phase are drawn one below

## Control System – Frequency Response Analysis

We have learned the time response analysis in detail (in my series of previous posts) , in which we subjected

## Control System – Root Locus (Some Additional Points) !!

If you have already gone through my earlier posts, you shall already be knowing by now the exact meaning of

## Control System – Root Locus Method

Spoiler : This post will be long yet interesting!! In my previous post , we have seen the Routh Hurwitz

## Control System – Routh Hurwitz Stability Criterion

We already learned about the characteristic equation of any CLTF (closed-loop transfer function) in my earlier post. Now let us

## Control System – Stability in Control System

Stability is the most important system specification.If the system is unstable, transient, and steady-state response will be meaningless. An unstable

## Control System – Transient Response Specification

As we already seen in my previous post, in transient response analysis , the underdamped response is the most important.

## Control System – Transient time response of a Second order (Underdamped) System with 0 < δ(damping ratio) < 1

Spoiler : This post will be a little difficult to understand at first. I request you to go through some

## Control System – Steady State Response

As already discussed in my previous post, in this part(steady state) the output response will remain constant. The parameter