System Simulation Techniques with MATLAB and Simulink
comprehensively explains how to use MATLAB and Simulink to perform dynamic systems simulation tasks for engineering and non-engineering applications.
This book begins with covering the fundamentals of MATLAB programming and applications, and the solutions to different mathematical problems in simulation. The fundamentals of Simulink modelling and simulation are then presented, followed by coverage of intermediate level modelling skills and more advanced techniques in Simulink modelling and applications.
Finally the modelling and simulation of engineering and non-engineering systems are presented. The areas covered include electrical, electronic systems, mechanical systems, pharmacokinetic systems, video and image processing systems and discrete event systems. Hardware-in-the-loop simulation and real-time application are also discussed.
- Progressive building of simulation skills using Simulink, from basics through to advanced levels, with illustrations and examples
- Wide coverage of simulation topics of applications from engineering to non-engineering systems
- Dedicated chapter on hardware-in-the-loop simulation and real time control
- End of chapter exercises
- A companion website hosting a solution manual and powerpoint slides
System Simulation Techniques with MATLAB and Simulink is a suitable textbook for senior undergraduate/postgraduate courses covering modelling and simulation, and is also an ideal reference for researchers and practitioners in industry.
Dingyü Xue received his BSc, MSc and D Phil from Shenyang University of Technology, P. R. China in 1985, Northeastern University, PRC in 1988 and Sussex University, UK in 1992, respectively. He has been in the faculty of Department of Automatic Control since 1993 and was promoted to a Professor in 1997, Northeastern University. He is now the Fellow of System Simulation Society of China (SSSC), vice-director of Education Committee of SSSC, President of Liaoning Provincial System Simulation Association.
From 1988, while he was doing research work towards a D Phil in Sussex University, UK, he began utilizing MATLAB as the main tool and developed several commercial programs using MATLAB. Especially, since he took up the post in Northeastern University, he concentrated on the reform of the course of computer aided control systems design and introduced MATLAB as the main tool in the course. The book "Computer aided control systems design using MATLAB" by Tsinghua University Press in 1996 has been acknowledged as the first thorough introduction to MATLAB in conjunction with control systems in China. A series of books on the topic has been published in Tsinghua University Press since and earned the author good reputation among the Chinese readers world wide. The book has been cited by thousands of books and journal papers in China. He is the author of two books in English, "Feedback Linear Control, analysis and design with MATLAB" (SIAM, 2007) and "Solving applied mathematical problems with MATLAB" (CRC, 2008).
The major research interest of Professor Xue covers the areas of CACSD, systems simulation, system modelling and identification. He has published many papers and books and developed a freely downloadable MATLAB based feedback control systems analysis and design tool CtrlLAB.
YangQuan Chen joined Utah State in 2000 from Singapore where he got his PH.D. in 1998 from Nanyang Technological University. Dr. Chen now directs the CSOIS (Center for Self-Organizing and Intelligent Systems), which has about 30 members. He teaches controls and mechatronics and his primary research is to control systems that are controllable and observable, ranging from hard disk drives and flying robots to renewable energy systems like solar panels. He is also among top researchers in exploring the beneficial use of fractional calculus (derivative or integral of non-integer orders) in engineering and non-engineering systems. The most important award he received was the "Relationship Counselor" award from USU Student Branch of IEEE for "explaining human relationships with control theory."
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Dr. YangQuan Chen is a dedicated engineering researcher and educator on mechatronics and controls. Dr. Chen has outstanding credentials in both control science and control engineering addressing optimality and robustness questions by smart sensing and smart control/actuation. His patented algorithms on learning compensation of repeatable runout are running on millions of Seagate hard disk drives. He is a member of the editorial board for several leading journals such as IFAC Control Engineering Practice, IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, IFAC Mechatronics, ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems, and ISA Transactions. He joined UC Merced in Fall 2012 aiming at "Mechatronics for Sustainability." His recent research interests include cognitive hybrid lighting control, fractional-order strategies in modeling and control of renewable energy systems, and optimal sensing and actuation problems in large-scale cyber-physical systems such as building energy efficiency and smart grids.