Introduction to Control System Technology

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Automatic control - 722 pages
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Introduction to Control System Technology, Sixth Edition, is both a textbook on control system technology and a reference that engineers and technicians will want in their personal libraries. The two main objectives are: 1. To help students master the concepts and language of control; 2. To help engineers and technicians analyze and design control systems. Features include the use of analogies for modeling electrical, fluid flow, thermal, and mechanical components. The book also features a disk with programs used in the text.

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Contents

PART ONE INTRODUCTION
2
Types of Control
35
The Common Elements of System Components
68
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