## Block Diagram Reduction Technique

Block Diagram Reduction Technique Block Diagram Reduction Technique: A block diagram is a diagrammatic representation of the cause-and-effect relationship between the input and output of a physical system represented by…

## Routh-Hurwitz Stability criterion

Routh-Hurwitz Stability criterion The Routh-Hurwitz Stability criterion gives the information on the absolute stability of a system without any necessity to solve for the closed-loop system poles. This method helps…

## Concept of Stability | Control System

Concept of Stability Concept of Stability: A system is said to be stable if it does not exhibit large changes in its output for a small change in its input,…

## Potentiometer | working, application

Potentiometer A potentiometer is a variable resistor that is used to convert a linear or angular ­displacement into voltage. Since the resistance varies according to the linear/angular displacement of ­sliding/wiper…

## State Space Analysis Control System

State Space Analysis State Space Analysis: The Transfer function approach used to study the behavior of linear time-invariant (LTI) control systems use the time domain or frequency domain methods. In…

## Nyquist stability criterion

Nyquist stability criterion is based on the principle of argument which states that if there are P poles and Z zeros of the transfer function enclosed in s-plane contour, then the corresponding GH plane contour will…

## Difference between transfer function & state-space

Transfer function & State-space Transfer function & State-space: In Control system engineering there are 2 approaches to the analysis & design of the control system: 1. The transfer function or…

## Bode Plot in Control System

Bode Plot The Bode plot is a frequency response plot of the sinusoidal transfer function of a system. A Bode plot consists of two graphs. One is a plot of…

## Comparison between Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems

Comparison between Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems In this post, the Comparison between Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems is given in the tabular form. But before the table learns some basic definitions,…

## Difference between Time Domain Vs Frequency Domain Analysis

Time Domain Analysis Vs Frequency Domain Analysis In this post, the major differences are shown between Time Domain Analysis Vs Frequency Domain Analysis. Before that, some short definitions of Time…