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Linear feedback controls : the essentials, Mark A. Haidekker

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Linear feedback controls : the essentials
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Linear feedback controls
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the essentials
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Mark A. Haidekker
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eng
Summary
The design of control systems is at the very core of engineering. Feedback controls are ubiquitous, ranging from simple room thermostats to airplane engine control. Helping to make sense of this wide-ranging field, this book provides a new approach by keeping a tight focus on the essentials with a limited, yet consistent set of examples. Analysis and design methods are explained in terms of theory and practice. The book covers classical, linear feedback controls, and linear approximations are used when needed. In parallel, the book covers time-discrete (digital) control systems and juxtapos
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Linear feedback controls : the essentials, Mark A. Haidekker
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Linear feedback controls : the essentials, Mark A. Haidekker
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9.6 Feedback Control with a Time-Discrete Controller
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Contents
  • Front Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; List of Commonly used Symbols; 1 Introduction to Linear Feedback Controls; 1.1 What are Feedback Control Systems?; 1.2 Some Terminology; 1.3 Design of Feedback Control Systems; 1.4 Two-Point Control; 2 Systems and Signals; 2.1 Example First-Order System: The RC Lowpass; 2.2 Example Second-Order System: The Spring-Mass-Damper System; 2.3 Obtaining the System Response from a Step Input; 2.4 State-Space Models; 2.5 Systems and Signals in Scilab; 3 Solving Differential Equations in the Laplace Domain
  • 3.1 The Laplace Transform3.2 Fourier Series and the Fourier Transform; 3.3 Representation of the RC Lowpass and Spring-Mass-Damper Systems in the Laplace Domain; 3.4 Transient and Steady-State Response; 3.5 Partial Fraction Expansion; 3.5.1 Partial Fraction Expansion Examples; 3.5.2 Partial Fraction Expansion in Scilab; 3.6 Building Blocks of Linear Systems; 3.6.1 Gain Blocks; 3.6.2 Differentiators; 3.6.3 Integrators; 3.6.4 Phase-Lag System, First-Order Lowpass; 3.6.5 First-Order Highpass; 3.6.6 PD System or Phase-Lead Compensator; 3.6.7 Allpass Compensator; 3.6.8 Second-Order System
  • 3.6.9 Dead-Time System (Time-Delay System)4 Time-Discrete Systems; 4.1 Analog-to-Digital Conversion and the Zero-Order Hold; 4.2 The z-Transform; 4.3 The Relationship between Laplace- and z-domains; 4.4 The w-Transform; 4.5 Building Blocks for Digital Controllers; 4.5.1 Gain Block; 4.5.2 Differentiator; 4.5.3 Integrator; 4.5.4 PID Controller; 4.5.5 Time-Lag System; 4.5.6 Time-Lead System; 4.5.7 Lead-Lag Compensator; 5 First Comprehensive Example: The Temperature-Controlled Waterbath; 5.1 Mathematical Model of the Process; 5.2 Determination of the System Coefficients
  • 5.3 Determining the Transfer Function'227General Remarks5.4 Introducing Feedback Control; 5.5 Comparison of the Open-Loop and Closed-Loop Systems; 6 Laplace- and z-Domain Description of the Waterbath Example; 6.1 Laplace-Domain Description of the Process; 6.2 The Closed-Loop System; 6.3 Sensitivity and Tracking Error; 6.4 Using a PI Controller; 6.5 Time-Discrete Control; 6.5.1 Time-Discrete Control with the Bilinear Transform; 7 Block Diagrams: Formal Graphical Description of Linear Systems; 7.1 Symbols of a Block Diagram; 7.2 Block Diagram Manipulation
  • 7.3 Block Diagram Simplification Examples7.4 Signal Flow Graphs; 8 Linearization of Nonlinear Components; 8.1 Linearization of Components with Analytical Description; 8.2 Linearization of Tabular Data; 8.3 Linearization of Components with Graphical Data; 8.4 Saturation Effects; 9 A Tale of Two Poles: The Positioner Example and the Significance of the Poles in the s-Plane; 9.1 A Head-Positioning System; 9.2 Introducing Feedback Control; 9.3 Dynamic Response of the Closed-Loop System; 9.4 Dynamic Response Performance Metrics; 9.5 Time-Integrated Performance Metrics
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