Our 1000+ Control Systems MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions and Answers) focus on all areas of Control Systems covering 100+ topics. These topics are chosen from a collection of the most authoritative and best reference books on Control Systems. One should spend 1 hour daily practicing these MCQs for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate the Control Systems subject comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily for Control Systems exams, contests, online tests, quizzes, MCQ-tests, viva-voce, interviews, and certifications.
Control Systems Multiple Choice Questions Highlights
1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) in Control Systems with a detailed explanation of every question.
These MCQs cover theoretical concepts, true-false(T/F) statements, fill-in-the-blanks, and match the following style statements.
These MCQs also cover numerical as well as diagram-oriented MCQs.
These MCQs are organized chapterwise and each Chapter is further organized topicwise.
Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic of a given Chapter in the Control Systems Subject.
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Explanation: There are 5 basic components of an automatic control system. They are error detector, amplifier, actuator, plant, and sensor. So, Actuator is a basic component of automatic control system.
Explanation: It must offer selectivity, that is, an optimal adjustment of parameters must clearly distinguish non optimal adjustment of parameters. If there was no selectivity we would not have been able to distinguish between parameters.
Explanation: The peak overshoot is decreased by increasing the damping ratio. The damping ratio is increased by reducing the gain K by same proportion and for decreasing the peak overshoot from 75% to 25% the factor of amplitude becomes 19.6% which is approximately 20%.
Explanation: As Resistance is the analogous element of B in F-V analogy so here it is the reciprocal of resistance, conductance is the answer. Force voltage analogy means both the equations will have differential equation of the same form.
Explanation: Damping ratio is calculated from the characteristic equation and placing that value in the formula for peak overshoot Mp = e3.14DR (1- DR2) we get the answer. Peak overshoot arises especially in the step response of the systems such as low pass filters which are band limited.