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Publisher Description

Control systems are pervasive in our lives. Our homes have environmental controls. Appliances we use at home such as the washing machine, microwave, etc. have embedded controllers. We fly in airplanes and drive automobiles, which make extensive use of control systems. The increase of automation in the past few decades has increased our reliance on control systems.


A First Course in Control System Design discusses control systems design from a model-based perspective as applicable to single-input single-output systems. The emphasis in this book is on understanding and applying the techniques that enable the design of effective control systems. The book covers the time-domain and the frequency-domain design methods as well as the design of continuous-time and discrete-time systems.


Technical topics discussed in the book include: 

- Modeling of physical systems

- Analysis of transfer function and state variable models

- Control system design via root locus 

- Control system design in the state-space

- Control design of sampled-data systems

- Compensator design via frequency response modification. 


Table of Contents:

Preface

1. Physical System Models

2. Analysis of Transfer Function Models

3. Analysis of State Variable Models

4. Control System Design Objectives

5. Cascade Controller Models

6. Compensator Design via Root Locus

7. Sampled-Data Systems

8. Digital Controller Design

9. Control System Design in State-Space

10. Digital System Design in State-Space

11. Compensator Design via Frequency Response Modification

Appendix

References

Subject Index 

GENRE
Computing & Internet
RELEASED
2017
13 December
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
200
Pages
PUBLISHER
River Publishers
SIZE
17.1
MB

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