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An up-to-date text designed for undergraduate courses in control systems engineering and principles of automatic controls. Focuses on design and implementation rather than just the mathematics of control systems. Using a balanced approach, the text presents a unified, energy-based approach to modeling; covers analysis techniques for the models presented; and offers a detailed study of digital control and the implementation of digital controllers. Includes examples and homework problems.
Partial table of contents:
Modeling, Analysis, and Control.
Types of Models.
MODELING DYNAMIC SYSTEMS.
Systems of Units.
The Structure of Dynamic Models.
Modeling Mechanical Elements.
Free Response of a First-Order Model.
Step Response of a First-Order Model.
Free Response of Second-Order Model.
TRANSFER FUNCTION AND SYSTEM DIAGRAMS.
The Laplace Transform and System Response.
COMPUTER SIMULATION METHODS.
Numerical Methods: An Introduction.
Advanced Numerical Methods.
Extension to Higher Order Models.
FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS.
Feedback Control: Concepts, History, and Applications.
Control System Structure.
Transducers and Error Detectors.
CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN: MODELING CONSIDERATIONS AND ALTERNATIVECONTROL STRUCTURES.
Selecting Controlling Gains.
Design with Low-Order Models.
Nonlinearities and Controller Performance.
THE ROOT LOCUS PLOT.
The Root Locus Concept.
Some Numerical Aids.
APPLICATIONS OF GRAPHICAL METHODS TO SYSTEM DESIGN.
System Design with Open-Loop Frequency Response Plots.
Series Compensation and PID Control.
DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS.
Origin of Discrete-Time Models.