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Feedback Control Of Dynamic Systems

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Edition:
6th
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9780131499300

ISBN10:
0131499300
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2010
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

"Featuring a brand new chapter on nonlinear systems, this revision of the best-selling textbook on feedback control has been reorganized for even greater instructor flexibility and student readability. Design is emphasized throughout as well as analysis techniques to provide motivation for the study of control. The authors include many carefully worked-out examples to illustrate the material, as well as review questions to assist students in verifying that they have learned the material. The use of MATLAB is introduced early on in recognition of the universal use of software tools in control analysis and design. Strong student pedagogic elements in this edition include bulleted chapter summaries, marginal notes, and chapter openers that offer perspective and an overview of the material about to be presented."--BOOK JACKET.

Table of Contents

Preface xii
An Overview and Brief History of Feedback Control
xviii
A Perspective on Feedback Control
xviii
Chapter Overview
1(1)
A Simple Feedback System
2(3)
A First Analysis of Feedback
5(4)
A Brief History
9(6)
An Overview of the Book
15(5)
Summary
16(1)
End-of-Chapter Questions
17(1)
Problems
18(2)
Dynamic Models
20(52)
A Perspective on Dynamic Models
20(1)
Chapter Overview
21(1)
Dynamics of Mechanical Systems
22(12)
Models of Electric Circuits
34(5)
Models of Electromechanical Systems
39(5)
Heat and Fluid-Flow Models
44(11)
Complex Mechanical Systems
55(17)
Summary
61(1)
End-of-Chapter Questions
61(1)
Problems
62(10)
Dynamic Response
72(94)
A Perspective on System Response
72(1)
Chapter Overview
73(1)
Review of Laplace Transforms
74(28)
System Modeling Diagrams
102(5)
Effect of Pole Locations
107(8)
Time-Domain Specifications
115(6)
Effects of Zeros and Additional Poles
121(6)
Amplitude and Time Scaling
127(3)
Stability
130(9)
Obtaining Models from Experimental Data
139(2)
Mason's Rule and the Signal-Flow Graph
141(25)
Summary
145(2)
End-of-Chapter Questions
147(1)
Problems
148(18)
Basic Properties of Feedback
166(64)
A Perspective on the Properties of Feedback
166(1)
Chapter Overview
167(1)
The Basic Equations of Control
168(8)
Control of Steady-State Error: System Type
176(10)
Control of Dynamic Error: PID Control
186(5)
Extensions to the Basic Feedback Concepts
191(39)
Summary
210(1)
End-of-Chapter Questions
211(1)
Problems
212(18)
The Root-Locus Design Method
230(84)
A Perspective on the Root-Locus Design Method
230(1)
Chapter Overview
231(1)
Root Locus of a Basic Feedback System
232(5)
Guidelines for Sketching a Root Locus
237(12)
Selected Illustrative Root Loci
249(14)
Selecting the Parameter Value
263(3)
Design Using Dynamic Compensation
266(12)
A Design Example Using the Root Locus
278(6)
Extensions of the Root-Locus Method
284(30)
Summary
292(2)
End-of-Chapter Questions
294(1)
Problems
295(19)
The Frequency-Response Design Method
314(124)
A Perspective on the Frequency-Response Design Method
314(1)
Chapter Overview
315(1)
Frequency Response
316(22)
Neutral Stability
338(2)
The Nyquist Stability Criterion
340(13)
Stability Margins
353(8)
Bode's Gain--Phase Relationship
361(4)
Closed-Loop Frequency Response
365(1)
Compensation
366(26)
Alternative Presentations of Data
392(6)
Specifications in Terms of the Sensitivity Function
398(9)
Time Delay
407(31)
Summary
409(3)
End-of-Chapter Questions
412(1)
Problems
413(25)
State-Space Design
438(156)
A Perspective on State-Space Design
438(1)
Chapter Overview
439(1)
Advantages of State Space
440(1)
System Description in State Space
441(7)
Block Diagrams and State Space
448(3)
Analysis of the State Equations
451(20)
Control-Law Design for Full-State Feedback
471(14)
Selection of Pole Locations for Good Design
485(12)
Estimator Design
497(14)
Compensator Design: Combined Control Law and Estimator
511(13)
Introduction of the Reference Input with the Estimator
524(12)
Integral Control and Robust Tracking
536(18)
Loop Transfer Recovery (LTR)
554(5)
Direct Design with Rational Transfer Functions
559(4)
Design for Systems with Pure Time Delay
563(31)
Summary
568(1)
End-of-Chapter Questions
569(3)
Problems
572(22)
Digital Control
594(58)
A Perspective on Digital Control
594(1)
Chapter Overview
595(1)
Digitization
596(2)
Dynamic Analysis of Discrete Systems
598(8)
Design Using Discrete Equivalents
606(9)
Hardware Characteristics
615(4)
Sample-Rate Selection
619(3)
Discrete Design
622(7)
State-Space Design Methods
629(23)
Summary
637(2)
End-of-Chapter Questions
639(1)
Problems
639(13)
Nonlinear Systems
652(64)
Perspective on Nonlinear Systems
652(1)
Chapter Overview
653(1)
Introduction and Motivation: Why Study Nonlinear Systems?
654(2)
Analysis by Linearization
656(7)
Equivalent Gain Analysis Using the Root Locus
663(10)
Equivalent Gain Analysis Using Frequency Response: Describing Functions
673(11)
Analysis and Design Based on Stability
684(32)
Summary
706(1)
End-of-Chapter Questions
706(1)
Problems
707(9)
Control System Design: Principles and Case Studies
716(91)
A Perspective on Design Principles
716(1)
Chapter Overview
717(1)
An Outline of Control Systems Design
718(5)
Design of a Satellite's Attitude Control
723(19)
Lateral and Longitudinal Control of a Boeing 747
742(19)
Control of the Fuel--Air Ratio in an Automotive Engine
761(8)
Control of the Read/Write Head Assembly of a Hard Disk
769(8)
Control of Rapid Thermal Processing (RTP) Systems in Semiconductor Wafer Manufacturing
777(30)
Summary
791(2)
End-of-Chapter Questions
793(1)
Problems
793(14)
Appendix A Laplace Transforms
807(16)
A.1. The L - Laplace Transform
807(14)
A.2. Final Value Theorem
821(2)
Appendix B A Review of Complex Variables
823(12)
B.1. Definition of a Complex Number
823(2)
B.2. Algebraic Manipulations
825(2)
B.3. Graphical Evaluation of Magnitude and Phase
827(1)
B.4. Differentiation and Integration
828(1)
B.5. Euler's Relations
828(1)
B.6. Analytic Functions
829(1)
B.7. Cauchy's Theorem
829(1)
B.8. Singularities and Residues
830(1)
B.9. Residue Theorem
830(1)
B.10. The Argument Principle
831(2)
B.11. Bilinear Transformation
833(2)
Appendix C Summary of Matrix Theory
835(10)
C.1. Matrix Definitions
835(1)
C.2. Elementary Operations on Matrices
835(1)
C.3. Trace
836(1)
C.4. Transpose
836(1)
C.5. Determinant and Matrix Inverse
837(1)
C.6. Properties of the Determinant
838(1)
C.7. Inverse of Block Triangular Matrices
839(1)
C.8. Special Matrices
839(1)
C.9. Rank
840(1)
C.10. Characteristic Polynomial
840(1)
C.11. Cayley-Hamilton Theorem
840(1)
C.12. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
840(1)
C.13. Similarity Transformations
841(1)
C.14. Matrix Exponential
842(1)
C.15. Fundamental Subspaces
843(1)
C.16. Singular-Value Decomposition
843(1)
C.17. Positive Definite Matrices
844(1)
C.18. Matrix Identity
844(1)
Appendix D Controllability and Observability
845(8)
D.1. Controllability
845(6)
D.2. Observability
851(2)
Appendix E Ackermann's Formula for Pole Placement
853(4)
Appendix F MATLAB Commands
857(2)
Appendix G Solutions to the End-of-Chapter Questions
859(16)
References 875(10)
Index 885


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