# TRANSFER FUNCTIONS OF CONTROL SYSTEM

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## TRANSFER FUNCTIONS OF CONTROL SYSTEM

**CONTENTS TO PROCEED**

- System
- Classification of systems
- System analysis
- Mathematical model
- Linear time invarient system
- Transfer function (definition, properties, example)
- Block diagrams ( elements, advantages, example)
- Rules for block diagram reduction + example

**SYSTEM**

**CLASSIFICATION OF SYSTEMS**

- continuoustime or discretetime.
- linear or nonlinear.
- time invariant or time varying.
- causal or noncausal.
- stable or unstable.
- deterministic or nondeterministic.

### Discrete systems

**Linear and Non-Linear Systems**

### Causal and Non-Causal Systems

### Stable and Unstable Systems

### Deterministic and Stochastic Systems

## CONTROL SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

**MATHEMATICAL APPROACH**

**SIMULATION OR EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH**

### MATHEMATICAL MODEL

### LINEAR TIME INVARIENT SYSTEM

### PRINCIPLE OF SUPER POSITION

### LINEAR TIMEINVARIANT SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

## THE TRANSFER FUNCTION

The term is often used exclusively to refer to linear, time invariant systems (LTI). Most real systems have non linear input/output characteristics, but many systems, when operated within nominal parameters have behavior that is close enough to LTI system theory an acceptable representation of the input/output behavior.

**MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION**

### PROPERTIES OF TRANSFER FUNCTION

**Components of a Transfer Function:**

**EXAMPLE**

### Block Diagrams:

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**ELEMNTS OF BLOCK DIAGRAM**

**BLOCK **

**BLOCK**

**SIGNAL**

**SUMMING POINT OR JUNCTION:**

• The summing point is represented by a circle. The signal out of the summing junction is equal to the sum of signals into the junction, with the sign of each component determined by the sign placed near the arrow head of the

**BRANCH POINT:**

### ADVANTAGE OF BLOCK DIAGRAM

**PROCEDURE FOR DRAWING A BLOCK DIAGRAM:**

**RULES FOR BLOCK DIAGRAM REDUCTION: **

### EXAMPLES OF DERIVING TRANSFER FUNCTION AND BLOCK DIAGRAMS

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