Control System Design Guide: Using your Computer to Develop and Diagnose Feedback Controllers

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Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 228 pages
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This is a practical approach to control techniques. The author covers background material on analog controllers, digital controllers, and filters. Commonly used controllers are presented. Extended use of PSpice (a popular circuit simulation program) is used in problem solving. The book is also documented with 50 computer programs that circuit designers can use.

Explains integration of control systems with a personal computer**Compares numerous control algorithms in digital and analog form**Details the use of SPICE in problem solving**Presents modeling concepts for linear and nonlinear systems**Examines commonly used controllers
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 Introduction
1
CHAPTER 2 The s Domain
3
CHAPTER 3 The Z Domain
21
CHAPTER 4 Tuning
52
CHAPTER 5 Five Types of Controllers
76
CHAPTER 6 Introduction to Filters
112
CHAPTER 7 Linear ModelsTools for Tuning
140
CHAPTER 8 Introduction to Advanced Modeling
156
Alternative Forms of Digital Algorithms
180
Alternative Measure of Parameter Sensitivity
184
Matrix Mathematics
186
FourthOrder RungeKutta Programs
188
PSpice Models
192
PSpice
197
C Programs
215
TUTSIM Models
241

Development of the Bilinear Transformation
173
Alternative Methods of Deriving Fz
177

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