Feedback control of dynamic systems, Volume 10
Pearson, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 819 pages
For senior-level or first-year graduate-level courses in control analysis and design, and related courses within engineering, science, and management. Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, Sixth Editionis perfect for practicing control engineers who wish to maintain their skills. This revision of a top-selling textbook on feedback control with the associated web site, FPE6e.com, provides greater instructor flexibility and student readability. Chapter 4 on A First Analysis of Feedback has been substantially rewritten to present the material in a more logical and effective manner. A new case study on biological control introduces an important new area to the students, and each chapter now includes a historical perspective to illustrate the origins of the field. As in earlier editions, the book has been updated so that solutions are based on the latest versions of MATLAB and SIMULINK. Finally, some of the more exotic topics have been moved to the web site.
72 pages matching equations of motion in this book
Results 1-3 of 72
What people are saying - Write a review
actuator ampliﬁer amplitude angle approximation asymptotes bandwidth block diagram Bode plot break point Chapter characteristic equation closed-loop poles closed-loop system coefﬁcients compute constant control design control system corresponding crossover frequency curve damping ratio deﬁned deﬁnition determine differential equations digital control disturbance dynamic equations of motion estimator example feedback control feedback system Figure ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂexibility ﬂow frequency response G(jw gain given KG(s Laplace transform lead compensation linear locus with respect loop low-frequency magnitude MATLAB matrix method motor Nichols chart nonlinear Nyquist plot open-loop output overshoot parameter phase margin PID controller plant poles and zeros polynomial rad/sec real axis reference input result root locus s-plane satisﬁes second-order selected sensor servomechanism shown in Fig shows signal SIMULINK sinusoidal Sketch slope Solution speciﬁcations stability state-variable steady-state error step response temperature term torque transfer function unity feedback unstable voltage