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After completion of this course, students should be able to:
i) Derive mathematical methods of simple physical systems.
ii) Represent control systems using block diagrams, block diagrams and state space representation.
iii) Perform transient and steady state analysis.
iv) Construct Bode diagram, Nyquist plots and Nichols charts. Check stability, controllability and obervability of control systems.
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