The book is intended for a variety of 1-semester controls courses. The author has tried to bring the reader as close to a real laboratory experience as possible by walking the reader through each step of the design process: modeling, identification, design and especially implementation.
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Table of Contents1 Preliminaries2 The Laplace Transform 3 The Transfer Function 4 Introducing Feedback 5 Root Locus Analysis 6 Quantifying Performance 7 Cascade Root Locus Design 8 Motor Speed Control: A Case Study 9 Frequency Response 10 Nyquist Criterion 11 Bode Design 12 Robust Control 13 Position Control: A Case Study 14 Discrete Systems 15 Digital Control 16 Aircraft Pitch Control: A Case Study 17 The Transportation Lag 18 The State Model 19 Observability and Controllability 20 The Controller/Observer