MODERN CONTROL ENGINEERING
PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 1 de gen. 2005 - 840 pàgines
This book represents an attempt to organize and unify the diverse methods of analysis of feedback control systems and presents the fundamentals explicitly and clearly. The scope of the text is such that it can be used for a two-semester course in control systems at the level of undergraduate students in any of the various branches of engineering (electrical, aeronautical, mechanical, and chemical). Emphasis is on the development of basic theory. The text is easy to follow and contains many examples to reinforce the understanding of the theory. Several software programs have been developed in MATLAB platform for better understanding of design of control systems. Many varied problems are included at the end of each chapter. The basic principles and fundamental concepts of feedback control systems, using the conventional frequency domain and time-domain approaches, are presented in a clearly accessible form in the first portion (chapters 1 through 10). The later portion (chapters 11 through 14) provides a thorough understanding of concepts such as state space, controllability, and observability. Students are also acquainted with the techniques available for analysing discrete-data and nonlinear systems. The hallmark feature of this text is that it helps the reader gain a sound understanding of both modern and classical topics in control engineering.
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2 MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF SYSTEMS
3 CHARACTERISTICS OF FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS
4 TRANSIENT RESPONSE ANALYSIS
5 ROUTH STABILITY AND ROBUST CONTROL
6 ROOTLOCUS TECHNIQUE
7 PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
8 FREQUENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS
9 NYQUIST STABILITY
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20 dB/decade amplifier analysis asymptotes becomes block diagram Bode plot break-away point canonical form characteristic equation circuit closed-loop poles closed-loop system closed-loop transfer function compensator complex Consider constant corner frequency corresponding criterion curve damping ratio derivative Determine differential equation Drill Problem dynamics eigenvalues Example feedback control system frequency response G(jw gain margin GH-plane given GsHs Hence initial conditions input Laplace transform linear locus loop magnitude MATLAB motor Nichols chart nonlinear Nyquist contour Nyquist plot observable obtained open-loop transfer function output overshoot parameter phase margin PID controller polar plot poles and zeros positive real axis root loci root-locus Routh s-plane shown in Figure signal sinusoidal Solution stability steady-state error system is stable system matrix system shown torque trajectory underdamped unit-step unity-feedback system unstable variable formulation vector voltage z-transform