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Control Engineering

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

Control Engineering (CE) is responsible for ensuring that plants create the best products possible in the most efficient manner.

They are highly analytical and use these skills to examine and improve processes in order to increase productivity. At the same time, they are responsible for ensuring that all equipment is properly maintained. As they perform these functions, (CE) must also be able to work with other departments and external parties to create and implement processes to increase the plant’s efficiency.

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What Will I Learn?

  • -Analyze plant processes, design and implement improvements.
  • -Troubleshooting issues with hardware and processes.
  • -Plan preventative maintenance.
  • -Work with others to detect problems and implement solutions.
  • -Maintain quality and safety standards are upheld.

Topics for this course

149 Lessons

Control Engineering

Open Loop System00:00:00
Closed Loop System00:00:00
Comparison of Open Loop and Closed Loop System00:00:00
Types of Feedback, Negative Feedback and Positive Feedback00:00:00
Effect of Feedback on Gain, Effect of Feedback on Sensitivity and Effect of Feedback Stability00:00:00
Transfer Function basics, Types & Parameters in Control Engineering00:00:00
Calculation of Transfer Function for Electrical Network in Control Engineering00:00:00
Block Diagram Basics, Terms, Advantages & Disadvantages00:00:00
Block Diagram Reduction Rules00:00:00
Block Diagram Reduction Examples using Animation00:00:00
Block Diagram Reduction Examples by Animation00:00:00
1 Example of Block Diagram Reduction00:00:00
2 Example of Block Diagram Reduction00:00:00
3 Example of Block Diagram Reduction00:00:00
GATE problem of Block Diagram reduction00:00:00
Important Signal Flow Graph Terms00:00:00
Rules of Signal Flow Graph00:00:00
Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula Examples by Animations, Process and steps00:00:00
Signal Flow Graph example based on line equations00:00:00
Mason’s Gain Formula for Signal Flow Graph00:00:00
1 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula Example00:00:00
2 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula Example00:00:00
3 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula Example00:00:00
4 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula Example00:00:00
1 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula GATE Example00:00:00
2 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula GATE Example00:00:00
3 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula GATE Example00:00:00
4 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula GATE Example00:00:00
5 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula GATE Example00:00:00
6 Signal Flow Graph using Mesons gain Formula GATE Example00:00:00
Procedure to convert block diagram to signal flow graph00:00:00
Block Diagram to Signal Flow Graph Conversion by Animation00:00:00
Conversion of Block Diagram to Signal Flow Graph and example solved by Mesons Gain Formula00:00:00
Conversion of block diagram to signal flow graph00:00:00
Block Diagram to Signal flow Graph conversion00:00:00
Comparison of Block Diagram and Signal Flow Graph00:00:00
Mathematical model of control system00:00:00
Mechanical systems basics, types and parameters00:00:00
Translational Mechanical System00:00:00
Rotational mechanical system00:00:00
Force Voltage Analogy in Control Engineering00:00:00
Force Current Analogy in Control Engineering00:00:00
1 Example of Mathematical Modelling of mechanical system00:00:00
2 Example of Mathematical Modelling of mechanical system00:00:00
3 Example of Mathematical Modelling of mechanical system00:00:00
1 Example of Force Voltage Analogy00:00:00
2 Example of Force Voltage Analogy00:00:00
3 Example of Force Voltage Analogy00:00:00
1 Example of Force Current Analogy00:00:00
2 Example of Force Current Analogy00:00:00
3 Example of Force Current Analogy00:00:00
Test signals types, basics, functions & relations00:00:00
Steady state error basics, formula and calculation00:00:00
Static error constant (Positional, Velocity & Acceleration error constant)00:00:00
Time domain analysis or time response analysis00:00:00
Unit Step Response of first order system00:00:00
Time response of first order system with unit ramp input00:00:00
Time response of first order system with unit impulse input00:00:00
Steady state error with unit step input for Type 0, 1 & 2 system00:00:00
Steady state error with unit ramp input for Type 0, 1 & 2 system00:00:00
Steady state error with unit parabolic input for Type 0, 1 & 2 system00:00:00
Nature of Roots in second order system00:00:00
Unit Step Response of second order system with undamped case00:00:00
Unit Step Response of second order system with under damped case00:00:00
Second Order System Response to unit Step Input00:00:00
Rise time in Second Order System to unit Step Input00:00:00
Peak time in Second Order System to unit Step Input00:00:00
Settling time in Second Order System to unit Step Input00:00:00
Peak Overshoot in Second Order System to unit Step Input00:00:00
Examples on 2nd order System to calculate rise time, peak time and maximum peak overshoot00:00:00
Example on time response analysis00:00:00
Stability criteria for control system00:00:00
Classification of system based on stability00:00:00
Routh stability Criteria in Control Engineering00:00:00
Routh stability Criteria with special case 1 Examples00:00:00
Routh stability Criteria with special case 2 Examples00:00:00
Routh stability Criteria with relative stability Example00:00:00
Optimization of Stability by Routh Criteria00:00:00
1 GATE Example on Routh Stability Criteria00:00:00
2 GATE Example on Routh Stability Criteria with Block Diagram00:00:00
3 GATE Example on Routh Stability Criteria00:00:00
4 GATE Example on Routh Stability Criteria00:00:00
5 GATE Example on Routh Stability Criteria00:00:00
What is Root Locus Plot?00:00:00
Root Locus Rules00:00:00
Root locus Example 100:00:00
Root Locus Example 200:00:00
Root Locus plot completely explained00:00:00
Angle of Departure in Root Locus00:00:00
Root Locus Beyond Stability in Control Engineering00:00:00
1 GATE Example on Root Locus for Finding Transfer Function00:00:00
2 GATE Example on Root Locus for Finding Open Loop Transfer Function00:00:00
Proportional Controller in Control Engineering00:00:00
Integral controller basics, block diagram & advantages00:00:00
Derivative controller basics, block diagram & advantages00:00:00
Proportional Integral Controller, PI Controller00:00:00
Proportional Derivative Controller, PD Controller00:00:00
Proportional Integral Derivative Controller, PID Controller00:00:00
Comparison of P, PI, PD and PID controller00:00:00
Initial value theorem and Final value theorem00:00:00
Example on Initial value theorem and final value theorem00:00:00
Frequency response analysis in control system00:00:00
Magnitude and phase in frequency response analysis for second order system in control engineering00:00:00
Resonance frequency in frequency response analysis in control system00:00:00
Resonant peak in frequency response analysis in control system00:00:00
Bandwidth derivation and calculation in frequency response analysis00:00:00
Example on frequency response analysis in control system00:00:00
Polar Plot Advantages and basics in Control Engineering00:00:00
Polar Plot and Procedure to draw polar plot00:00:00
Graphical calculation of phase margin and gain margin using polar plot00:00:00
Polar Plot for Type 0 system, Procedure to draw polar plot00:00:00
Polar Plot for Type 1 system, Procedure to draw polar plot00:00:00
1- Polar Plot Example and Procedure to draw polar plot00:00:00
Nyquist Plot Basics, Mapping, Stability and Advantages00:00:00
1- Nyquist Plot Example for Stability00:00:00
2- Nyquist Plot Example for Stability00:00:00
1 GATE Examples on Nyquist Plot00:00:00
2 GATE Examples on Nyquist Plot00:00:00
GATE Examples on Stability and Minimum Phase Type System00:00:00
1 GATE Example on Phase Margin (PM)00:00:00
2 GATE Example on Phase Margin (PM)00:00:00
GATE Example on Gain Margin (GM)00:00:00
GATE Example on Gain Margin (GM) and Phase Margin (PM)00:00:00
GATE Example on Gain Margin (GM) with Shortcut Method in Control Engineering00:00:00
Bode Plot Control System basics and Bode Plot Procedure00:00:00
Bode plot completely explained with animation00:00:00
Bode Plot Example fully explained with complete process00:00:00
1-Bode Plot Example, GATE Exam00:00:00
2-Bode Plot Example, GATE Exam00:00:00
State Space Analysis Vs Transfer Function Analysis00:00:00
State Space Analysis representation and its basics00:00:00
State Space Analysis basic understanding00:00:00
State Space Analysis for MIMO00:00:00
State Space Analysis for Electrical System00:00:00
State Space Analysis for Mechanical System00:00:00
State Space Analysis for transfer function Example00:00:00
1 – State Space Analysis for Signal Flow Graph Example00:00:00
Introduction, basics and types of Compensator00:00:00
Lead compensator basics, derivation & response00:00:00
Effects of Lead compensator on control system00:00:00
Lag compensator basics, derivation & response00:00:00
Effects of lag compensator on control system00:00:00
Lag – Lead compensator basics, derivation & response00:00:00
Example of maximum phase of compensator in control system engineerig00:00:00
Example on compensator identification by transfer function of system00:00:00
Example on compensator identification by pole zero plot of system00:00:00
Example of compensator based on response of system00:00:00
Example of compensator by transfer function of system00:00:00
Example of compensator based on poles and zeros00:00:00
75 £

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • Controls Engineer Requirements:
  • -Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Electrical, Manufacturing, or Mechanical Engineering preferred.
  • -Technical proficiency in some software applications.
  • -Strong cause-effect analytical abilities to solve problems.
  • Excellent communication skills.