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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KURUKKSHETRA


MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)
CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07
FIRST SEMESTER
BOS 09.05.06
Course Title
No.
E-507
E-535
E-561
E-563
E-565
E-567

Schedule of Teaching

Lecturer Tutorial
Systems Engineering
4
-Digital Control Systems
4
-Microprocessors And Digital
4
-Signal Processors
Identification and Estimation
4
-Elective-I
4
-Simulation Lab
--Seminar-I
--Total
20
--

Credit
Point
Practical Total
-4
-4
-4
--3
1
4

4
4
3
1
24

4
4
4
4
4
1.5
1
22.5

E-507 SE is a core course in 1st sem PS also.


E-535 DCS is a core course in 1st sem PED also.

E-561 MP&DSP is also an elective course in 1st sem PS and 1st sem PED.

SECOND SEMESTER
Course
No.
E-510
E-562
E-564
E-566

Title

Schedule of Teaching
Credit
Lecturer Tutorial Practical Total Point
Information Security
4
--4
4
Control Devices
4
--4
4
Optimal and Robust Control
4
--4
4
Non-linear and Adaptive
4
--4
4

E-568
E-570
E-572

Control
Reliability Engineering
Control Systems Lab
Seminar-II
Total

4
--20

-----

-3
1
4

4
3
1
24

4
1.5
1.0
22.5

E-510 IS is a core course in 2nd sem PS and 2nd sem PED also.

THIRD SEMESTER

Course
No.

E-661
E-663

Title
Elective-II
Elective-III
Advanced Systems Lab
Dissertation
Seminar-I on Dissertation
Total

Lecturer
4
4
--8

Schedule of Teaching
Credit
Tutorial Practical Total Point
--4
4
--4
4
-3
3
1.5
-9
9
--

12

20

9.5

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course
No.
E-662
E-664

Title
Dissertation
Seminar-II on Dissertation
Total

For Theory Courses

Schedule of Teaching
Credit
Lecturer Tutorial Practical Total Point
--20
20
--------20
20
--

: During Semester Evaluation Weightage = 40%


End Semester Examination Weightage = 60%

For Laboratory Courses : During Semester Evaluation Weightage = 60%


End Semester Examination Weightage = 40%
Duration of end semester examination in each theory and laboratory course is three hours.

The examination in the subject of Dissertation is to be conducted jointly by two examiners, one
of which will be the dissertation supervisor, and the other, an external examiner.
The result of the examination in Dissertation should be one of the followingApproved, Approved with Distinction, Rejected.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KURUKKSHETRA
MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)
CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

List of courses under Electives-I, II, III


S No
1
2

Course No
E-705
E-717

Title
Drives and control
Intelligent Control

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

E-719
E-737
E-761
E-763
E-765
E-767
E-769
E-569

Cryptography
Signal Processing
Robot Dynamics and Control
Industrial Processes Control
Control Systems Design
Guidance and Tracking Systems
Special Topics in Control Systems
Linear Systems Theory

E-705 D&C is an elective course in 3rd sem PS also.


E-717 IC is a common elective course in 3rd sem PS, PED, and CS.
E-719 Cryptography is a common elective course in 3rd sem PS, PED, and CS.
E-737 SP is an elective course in 3rd sem PED also.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-507


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Optimization Theory:

Systems Engineering
(A core course in 1st sem PS also)
Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction to optimization theory, Importance in solving system engineering problems, Convex


sets & Functions; affine and convex sets, supporting and separating hyper planes, dual cones and
generalized inequalities.
Linear Programming problem; Formulation, Simplex Method, Dual Simplex method, sensitivity
analysis, duality in programming.
Introduction to nonlinear programming;
Unconstrained Optimization-formulation of quadratic optimization problems, gradient descent
and steepest descent methods, Newtons method, self-concordance.
Constrained optimization direct optimization, Cutting plane methods, methods of feasible
direction, analytic center cutting plane methods.
Multi-objective optimization.
Application to approximation and filling problems.
System Modeling:
Introduction, types of modeling, modeling of time-varying, distributed, stochastic, nonlinear,
discrete event and hybrid systems.
Conventional tools for linear system modeling, Introduction to non-conventional modeling
tools , Neural models, fuzzy models.
Model simulation languages and tools.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.

SS Rao, Optimization theory and applications Wiley Eastern Ltd.


KV Mittal, Optimization methods, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
NA Kheir, System modeling and computer simulation Marcel Decker, New York.
Korn G.A., Interactive Dynamic System Simulation, McGraw Hill, N.Y.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-535


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Digital Control Systems


( A core course in 1st sem PED also)
Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Review of Z-transform and inverse Z-transform modified Z-transform.


Representation of discrete time systems: Pulse Transfer Functions & State Space models.
Stability analysis: Jurys Test, Rouths test.
Issues of sampling and discretization.
Models of Digital control devices and systems: Z-domain description & digital filters.
Analysis of Discrete time systems, Controllability and Observability, Effects of sampling,
multirate sampling.
Design of Digital controller: Classical & State-space techniques.
Realization of Discrete time controller: Quantization errors.
References:
1. Digital Control Systems by P.N. Paraskevopoulos, Prentice Hall, 1996,
2. Digital Control & State variable methods by M. Gopal, TMH 1997.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-561


Microprocessors & Digital Signal Processors
(A core course in 1st sem CS, and an elective course in 1st sem PS and 1st sem PED)
L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours

During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%


End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%
Architecture of 8086 microprocessor, Development of 8086 processors, interrupt structure.
Addressing modes, Instruction set and application programs, Main Assembler Directives,
Interfacing D/A and A/D converters using programmable I/O devices.
Introduction to microcontrollers, Architecture of 8051 microcontroller, basic Instruction set,
programming, serial data communication, interfacing with D/A and A/D converters.
Introduction to Digital Signal Processors, Architectures of TMS-320 series, Instruction Set,
Programming and Interfacing.
Application of Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and Digital Signal Processing in Power and
Control Systems.

References:
1. Gibson, Microprocessors, Prentice Hall of India.
2. K.J. Ayala, Micro Controller, Penram International.
3. Reference Manual of TMS-320 Digital Signal Processor.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-563

Identification & Estimation

L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Review of probability theory; Random variables and process, stochastic processes,


properties and terminology; mean, variance, correlation, spectral density etc.
Problem formulation for Identification and Estimation.
Models: Review of continuous and discrete, state space and input-output, disturbance models.
Identification: Impulse response and transfer function approach (only nonparametric methods)
Parameter Estimation: Introduction
Linear regressions and least-squares methods and properties.
Prediction error approach
Non-recursive and recursive methods
Kalman filter, Extended Kalman filter for nonlinear estimation
Maximum likelihood method.
Mean square method.
Convergence, computational and implementational issues
Application examples.
References:
1.
2.
3.

Lennart Ljung. System Identification: Theory for the user, Prentice Hall Inc, NJ
1991.
B.N. Chatterji and K.K. Parmar, System Identification Techniques Oxford & IBH
Pub. New Delhi.
M.S. Garwaal & A.P. Andrews, Kalman Filtering: Theory and Practice, Prentice
Hall Inc. NJ 1993.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-510


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Information Security
(A common core course in 2nd sem PS, PED and CS)
Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%

End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%


Information Security and privacy, introduction, Security levels, Security aims.
System Security Security models, Security functions and Security Mechanisms,
Privacy enhancing Mechanisms, Access control: role based attribute based, Data base Security,
Secure programming, Security evaluation criteria.
Network Security Security Threats and vulnerabilities, Firewalls, IDS, VPNS, Router Security,
Viruses, Worms, DoS, DDos attacks, OS Security, Security protocols, Security management,
Audit and Assurance, Standards, Availability, Survivability, Introduction to disaster recovery and
Forensics.
Introduction to Cryptography.
References:1. B. Matt, Computer Security, Pearson Education., New Delhi, 2003.
2. W. Stallings, Cryptography and Network Security, Pearson Education., New Delhi,
2003.
3. Rolf Oppliger, Secrets technologies for world wide web, 2nd Edition, Artech House,
2003.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-562

Control Devices

L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Controllers, Transmitters, Converters and Relays: function generators, computing relays,


telemetering systems, thermostat, humidistat, electronic and intelligent transmitters, fiber optic
and pneumatic transmitters.
Control Centres & Panels: Annunciators and alarms, display devices, recorders
Control Valves: Various types of valves, actuators digital and hydraulic regulators and other
throttling devices, dampers, pumps as control elements, characteristics and applications.
Electric Actuators: AC and DC actuating devices, special devices.
Programmable logic controllers, binary, logic diagram for process operations, PLC relays, solid
state logic elements, time delay relays, timers, programmable timers.

References:
1.
2.

B. Liptak, Process Control Handbook, Instrument Society of America.


C.D. Johnson, Instrumentation Systems, Prentice Hall.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-564


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Optimal and Robust Control


Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Historical development of optimal control.


Variational approach to optimal control
Algebraic Riccati equation, Riccati operator and stabilizing solutions, Extreme solutions.
Linear quadratic regulator, return difference inequality and robustness margins, cross product
terms, output feedback, Linear quadratic trackers, LQG control and separation principle, simple
applications.
Systematic formulation of robust control problem, Uncertainty and robustness, Effect on system
stability and performance, Performance limitations, Introduction to linear matrix inequalities.
Review of measures of signals and systems, H2 and H norm computations. Linear fractional
transformations, Parameterization of stabilizing controllers, spectral factorizations, positive real
functions, inner-outer and normalized coprime factorization.
Riccati and LMI based solutions to general H2 and H control problems, H loop shaping,
singular control, output feedback and fixed structure control formulations, passivity based
design, Variable structure control.
References:
1.
2.

F.L. Lewis and V.L. Syrmos, Optimal Control, John Wiley & Sons, NY 1995
K. Zhou, J.C. Doyle and K. Glover, Robust & Optimal Control, Prentice Hall Inc.
NY 1998.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-566


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Non-Linear and Adaptive Control.


Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction to nonlinear systems and their behavior, nonlinear modeling of rigid and flexible
body dynamics, Nuclear Fission, and Reacor.
Analysis of nonlinear systems, perturbation theory, perturbation dynamics, Stability of an
equilibrium point, phase plane trajectories, Describing functions, production of limit cycles.
Stability of nonlinear systems, Lyapunov approach, singular perturbations, Lures formulation,
Pupov stability criteria.
Nonlinear control design techniques; Feedback linearization, input-state and input-output
linearization, design issues for MIMO nonlinear systems.
Variable structure control, sliding surface design, approximation of switching laws. Adaptive
control:
Need for adaptive control, MIT rule, Model reference and self tuning adaptive control
techniques, concept of hyper stability, Auto tuning, Gain scheduling.
Stability, convergence and robustness issues in adaptive control.
Adaptive control of nonlinear systems.
Practical aspects, implementation and applications of adaptive control.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Slotine J.J.E and W. Li, Applied nonlinear control, Prentice Hall Inc., 1991.
Mohler R.R., Nonlinear systems: Dynamics and Control, Prentice Hall Inc., 1991.
M. Vidyasagar, Nonlinear system analysis, Prentice Hall, 1993
K.J. Astrom Adaptive Control, Addison Wesley.
Astrom K.J. and B. Wittenmark, Computer Controlled Systems: Theory and
Design, Prentice Hall of India, 1994.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-568


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Reliability Engineering
Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Review of basic concepts in Reliability Engg., Reliability function, different reliability


models, etc., Reliability evaluation techniques for complex system; Non path set and cutest
approaches, path set and cut set approaches, different reliability measures, Reliability
allocation/apportionment, reliability improvement, redundancy optimization techniques.
Fault tree analysis: fault tree construction, simplification and evaluation, importance measures,
modularization, applications, advantages and disadvantages of fault tree techniques.
Maintainability Analysis: measures of system performance, types of maintenance, reliability
centered maintenance , reliability and availability evaluation of engineering systems using
Markov models.
Applications of fuzzy theory and neural networks to Reliability Engineering. Reliability testing,
design for reliability and maintainability. Typical reliability case studies.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

R. Ramakumar, Engineering Reliability, Prentice Hall, NJ.


KB Mishra, Reliability Analysis & Prediction.
KB Mishra, New trends in System Reliability Evaluation.
M.L. Shooman, Probabilistic reliability an engineering approach RE Krieger
Pub., 1990.
K.K. Aggarwal, Reliability Engineering.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-705


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Drives and Control


(An elective course in 3rd sem PS also)
Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Different Control Schemes of Electric Drives, Transient Analysis of different DC Motor


Drives Configurations, Controlled Rectifier-fed DC Drives. Transfer Functions of the
Subsystems, Design of Controllers, 12-pulse Converter for DC Motor Drives. Application
Considerations of Drives, Chopper-Controlled DC Drives.
Pulse Width Modulation for Electric Power Converters, Control and Estimation of
Induction Motor and Synchronous Motor Drives, Applications of Adjustable Speed Drives
(ASDs) in Industries and in Electric Utility Power Plants. Harmonic Analysis in ASDs.
References:
1. Dubey, G.K. Fundamentals of Electrical Drives, Narosa Publishing House, New
Delhi.
2. Krishan R. Electric Motor Drives: Modeling Analysis and Control: PHI Pvt Ltd. New
Delhi-2001.
3. Bose, B.K. Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives: Technology and
Applications, IEEE Press, 1997.
4. Bose B.K., Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives, Pearson Educational, Delhi,
2002.
5. Oliver, L.A, Adjustable Speed Drives: Application Guide, JARSCO Engineering Corp
and FPRI, Palo Alto 1992.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-717


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Intelligent Control
(A common elective course in 3rd sem PS, PED, and CS)
Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction to Soft Computing Methodologies Artificial Neural Networks, Fuzzy


Logic, Genetic Algorithm.
Need for intelligent control, intelligent system models, introduction to system modeling
using ANN and Fuzzy logic.
Basic Fuzzy Logic System, Fuzzy Logic based system modeling, Fuzzy Logic based
Controller Design. Theoretical and implementation issues.
Artificial Neural Netwoks, human brain model, artificial neuron interneuron architecture,
types of ANN + feed forward and feedback. Supervised and unsupervised learning. Boltzman
Machine, recurrent neural architectures, neural modeling of engineering systems, ANN based
controller design, theoretical and implementation issues.
Introduction to neurofuzzy systems and their application to control of complex systems.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Fuzzy Logic Control by T.J. Ross TM.H. Publications.


Fuzzy Logic Control by Drinnkov, Narosa Publishers.
Comprehensive Neural Networks by Simon Hekins, Pearson Publications.
Neuro Fuzzy and Soft Computing by J.S.R. Jang, C.T. Sun, E. Mizutani, P.H.I.
Publishers.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-719

L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Cryptography
(A common elective course in 3rd sem PS, PED, and CS)
Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction to Cryptography and information Security


Mathematical Foundation
Introduction to groups, rings and fields, structures of finite fields, groups constructed over points
on an elliptic curve. Congruences and residue classes, quadratic residues and square roots
modulo integer. Theory of computational complexity, fundamentals of probability theory,
birthday paradox.
Basic Cryptographic techniques Classical techniques, Symmetric techniques (AES & DES),
Asymmetric techniques Discrete log problem, Deffie Hellman Key exchange, RSA algorithm,
ElGamal systems, Elliptic curve arithmetic and Cryptography.
Message authentications, Cryptographic Hash Functions, Hash algorithms, MD5 message digest
algorithm, Digital Signatures and authentication protocols.
References:1. W. Stallings, Cryptography and Network Security, Pearson Education., New Delhi,
2003.
2. W. Mao, Modern Cryptography: Theory and practice, Pearson Education., New
Delhi, 2004.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)

POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION


W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-761


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Robot Dynamics and Control


Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction. Components and Structure of Robotic System.


Rigid Motions and Homogeneous Transformations.
Kinematics forward Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics and its solution.
Dynamics: Formulation of Dynamic equation linearization.
Trajectory generation.
Independent Joint Control, Multivariable Control
Advanced control for Robot Applications.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.

J.J. Craig, Introduction to Robotics Mechanics A Control. Addison Wesley.


A.J. Koivo, Fundamentals for Control of Robotic Manipulation, John Wiley Inc. New
York.
Spong and Vidyasagar, Robot Dynamics and Control, John Wiley and Sons.
Sciavicco & Siciliano, Modeling and Control of Robot Manipulators, McGraw Hill
International Edition.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-763


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Industrial Process Control


Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Important terms and objectives of Process Control


First Order Process-thermal process, gas process and chemical reactors.
Higher order process non-interacting systems, interacting systems, integrating process and
open loop unstable process.
Basic components of process control systems- Quarter decay ratio response by ultimate gain,
open loop process characterization, turning control for integrating processes, synthesis of
feedback controllers.
Cascade control, overwrite and selective control, ratio and feedforward control.
Multivariable process control- Loop interaction, pairing control on manipulated variables,
decoupling of interacting loops, controller tuning for interacting systems.
Mathematical tools of computer control systems:- Z-transforms, pulse transfer function, sampled
data feedback control systems and modified z-transform. Design of Computer control system
development of control algorithm, tuning of feedback control algorithms, and feedback
algorithms with dead time compensation.
References:1. Principles and Practice of Automatic Process Control by Carlos, A. Smith and Armondo,
B. Corripio.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-765


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Control Systems Design


Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Stability and Performance Specifications. Limits of performance. Rodes and Poissons


Integral constraints on sensitivity and complementary sensitivity. Recent issues and design
trade-offs.
Review of system models. Model simplifications and associated modeling errors.
Discrete time and hybrid models. Recent trends.
Design features, limitations, robustness and implementation of classical compensators
and PID controllers. Integrator Wind up and Anti-wind up schemes.
Predictive controllers (Smith predictors, Internal Model Control).
Norm-based robust design procedures.
Adaptive robust techniques.
Gain Scheduling.
Non-interacting Control.
Variable Structure Control.
Recent trends in design of control systems. Control design based identification of
complex systems.

References:
1. Goodwin, G.C. Graebe, S.F. and M.E. Salgado, Control System Design, Prentice Hall
of India, 2001.
2. Friedland, B Advanced Control System Design, Prentice Hall Int. Inc. NY.
1966.
3. Zhou K. Doyle, J.C. and K. Glover. Robust Control, Prentice Hall Int. Inc. NY, 1998.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-767


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Guidance & Tracking Systems


Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Fundamentals of guidance and tracking systems, Simple models of aircraft and missiles.
Systematic formulation of tracking problems, Tracking using servomechanism formulation,
prefilter design, model following, regulator redesign Optimal trackers.
Introduction to filtering, nonlinear filtering, prediction and smoothing, Kalman and Extended
Kalman filter.
Fundamentals of Tactical Missile Guidance, Method of Adjoints and the Homing Loop Intertial
navigation, giniballed, strap down and integrated navigation systems, external navigation aids.
Advanced guidance laws, Guidance laws & processing, Single dual and multimode guidance,
Navigation and guidance filter design.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Ching F. Lin, Modern Navigation, Guidance and control processing, Prentice Hall,
1991.
Chin F. Lin & Ching F. Lin, Modern Navigation, Guidance and Control Processing,
Vol. II, Prentice Hall Inc., 1996.
Paul Zarchan, Tactical and Strategic Missile Guidance, Progress in Astronautics
and Aeronautics, Vol. 176.
F.L. Lewis and V.L. Syrmos, Optimal Control, John Wiley & Sons.
J.H. Blackelock, Automatic Control of Aircrafts and Missiles, Wiley Interscience,
1991.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)


CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION
W.E.F. 2006-07

Course No. E-569


L T P Total
4 0 0 4

Linear Systems Theory


Credits-4
Duration of Exam- Three hours
During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40%
End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Linear spaces, linear independence, linear operators, inverse and adjoint of an operator,
bounded ness, eigenvalues & eigenvectors of an operator, generalized eigenvectors, Functions of
a square matrix, range and null space, Concepts of Norms.
Input-output and state variable description of systems, Solution of state equation,
properties of state transition matrix, Stability of linear systems, Lyapunov stability, positive and
bounded realness, Absolute stability.
Controllability and Observability, grammians, duality, Kalman decomposition, Hidden
modes, stabilizability and detectability,
Polynomial fraction description; Right and left polynomial fractions, Elementary
transformations, column & row degrees, Smith-McMillan form, Transmission and invariant
zeros, Rank properties, Singular values, SVD, Functional spaces of rational matrices RH , RH.
Linear fractional representation of systems, Basic linear fractional transformations.
Model Reduction, time-domain and frequency domain methods, balanced realization
approach, Singular perturbation approach.
Linear state feedback, output injection and observers.
References:
1.
2.
3.

W.J. Rugh, Linear System Theory, Prentice-Hall Int. Inc. N.J.


T. Kailath, Linear Systems, Prentice Hall Inc., N.J. 1980
F.M. Callier & C.E. Desoer, Linear System Theory, Narosa Publications,1991.

4.

C.T. Chen, Linear System Theory & Design, Oxford University Press, 1984.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
KURUKSHETRA
No. DEE/06/Senate/MTech

Dated: 29.05.06

Enclosed please find the scheme and syllabi of MTech (Electrical Engineering) in the
specializations of Power Systems, Power Electronics & Drives (a new specialization approved
under TEQIP), and Control Systems. The scheme and syllabi have been considered and approved
in BOS meetings held on 13.02.06, and 09.05.06.
These may please be placed in the next Senate meeting for consideration and approval.
(SP Jain)
Chairman
Dr B Setia
Prof in charge (Academic affairs)
Enclosure: As above
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
KURUKSHETRA
No. DEE/06/Senate/PhD/

Dated: 22.06.06

A meeting of the following(the committee constituted vide item No.5.17 of the Senate 5 th
meeting) to deliberate further and possibly conclude on the proposed changes in the PhD
ordinances and regulations will be held on 23.06.06 at 09:30am in the office of the Committee
Chairman, the undersigned.
1. Dr KS Kasana, Dean (Acad), member
2 Dr SK Chakarvarty, Ex-Dean (Acad), member
3. Dr B Setia, Prof in charge (Acad Affairs), special invitee
All the above members are requested to please make it convenient to attend the same.

(SP Jain)
Committee Chairman
All the above members

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
KURUKSHETRA
No. DEE/06/

Dated:29.05.06

The course MTech (Electrical Engineering), in the specialization of Power Electronics & Drives,
proposed under TEQIP, is expected to be started from the session 2006-07.
It is requested that the steps may kindly be taken to provide well in time the necessary teaching,
and teaching-supporting staff, as per the TEQIP provision, so that the course progresses
smoothly, and we do not land into an awkward position.
Further, it may kindly be deliberated and decided that when TEQIP ends, how the staff appointed
for the purpose shall be paid to sustain the course.
I request that the course be started only if the above cited arrangements can be made.
(SP Jain)
Chairman
Director