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Automatic Control System

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Automatic Control Systems

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CD-ROM contains: MATLAB files for ACSYS, PowerPoint files for the illustrations in the text, and appendices.

AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS 8TH ED With CD

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Special Features: · Real-world applications · Examples and problems - Includes an abundance of illustrative examples and problems · Marginal notes throughout the text highlight important points About The Book: This best-selling introduction to automatic control systems has been updated to reflect the increasing use of computer-aided learning and design, and revised to feature a more accessible approach without sacrificing depth.

Automatic Control Systems

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The ultimate objective of any controls text is to teach students how to achieve the best possible design. In this new text, Wolovich integrates classical and modern techniques, systematically develops all the background material necessary to achieve the best possible design, and stressesflexibility to attain this goal. All the relevant controls topics are presented in a clear pedagogical sequence beginning with the equivalence of system descriptions, followed by coverage of performance goals and tests, and concluding with some new and innovative design methods for achieving thegoals independent of the particular system description.

Theory and Applications of Automatic Controls

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Theory And Applications Of Automatic Controls Is Written In A Simple Style As A Text-Book, Based On The Author'S Experience Of Teaching The Subject To Undergraduate And Postgraduate Students In Mechanical Engineering. It Would Be Useful To The Students Of Various Disciplines Including Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Aerospace, Production, Textile Engineering Etc. And Also For Practicing Engineers From Industry.Salient Features * Chapter 10 Has Been Expanded To Cover Topics On Design Of Digital Controllers, Process Delays And Digital Controller For Dead Beat Response. * A Detailed Treatment Is Given For Ladder Diagrams, Hydraulic And Pneumatic Actuation Systems. * Programmable Logic Controller And Its Ladder Diagram And Programming Have Been Covered. * A Number Of Examples And Exercise Problems Have Been Added. * Omissions And Corrections Have Been Taken Care Of.

Automatic Control Systems with MATLAB Programming

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Automatic Control System

Author : V.U.Bakshi U.A.Bakshi
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Open loop and closed loop control systems, Feedback characteristics of control systems, Mathematical representation of physical systems, electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, thermal systems, Block diagram, algebra and signal flow graphs, Mason's gain formula.Time Domain Analysis Standard test signals, Time response of first, second and higher order systems, Performance indices.Error Analysis Static and dynamic error coefficients, Effect of adding poles and zeros to the system, response of P, PI, and PID controllers.Concept of StabilityConcept of stability, Asymptotic and conditional stability, Routh Hurwitz criterion, Root locus technique (Concept and construction)Frequency Response Analysis Correlation between time and frequency response, Polar and inverse polar plots, Nyquist stability criterion, Bode plots, All pass and minimum phase systems, M and N circle.Design Through Compensation TechniquesRealization of lag, lead and lag-lead compensators, Design of closed loop control system using root locus and bode plot Compensation.Stable Variable AnalysisIntroduction, State space representation, State modes of linear systems, State equations, Transfer matrices, Diagonalization solution of state equations, Controllability and observability, Effect of pole zero cancellation in transfer function.Advances in Control SystemsBasic introduction to neural networks and fuzzy logic control.

Automatic Control Systems Robotics Problem Solver

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Automatic Control Systems Tenth Edition

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A complete toolkit for teaching, learning, and understanding the essential concepts of automatic control systems Edition after acclaimed edition, Automatic Control Systems has delivered up-to-date, real-world coverage designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of control systems. More than a comprehensive text, Automatic Control Systems includes innovative virtual labs that replicate physical systems and sharpen readers’ problem-solving skills. The Tenth Edition introduces the concept of Control Lab, which includes two classes of experiments: SIMLab (model-based simulation) and LEGOLab (physical experiments using LEGO® robots). These experiments are intended to supplement, or replace, the experimental exposure of the students in a traditional undergraduate control course and will allow these students to do their work within the MATLAB® and Simulink® environment—even at home. This cost-effective approach may allow educational institutions to equip their labs with a number of LEGO test beds and maximize student access to the equipment at a fraction of the cost of currently available control system experiments. Alternatively, as a supplemental learning tool, students can take the equipment home and learn at their own pace. This new edition continues a tradition of excellence with: • A greater number of solved examples • Online labs using both LEGO MINDSTORMS® and MATLAB/SIMLab • Enhancements to the easy-to-use MATLAB GUI software (ACSYS) to allow interface with LEGO MINDSTORMS • A valuable introduction to the concept of Control Lab • A logical organization, with Chapters 1 to 3 covering all background material and Chapters 4 to 11 presenting material directly related to the subject of control • 10 online appendices, including Elementary Matrix Theory and Algebra, Control Lab, Difference Equations, and Mathematical Foundation • A full-set of PowerPoint® slides and solutions available to instructors Adopted by hundreds of universities and translated into at least nine languages, Automatic Control Systems remains the single-best resource for students to gain a practical understanding of the subject and to prepare them for the challenges they will one day face. For practicing engineers, it represents a clear, thorough, and current self-study resource that they will turn to again and again throughout their career. LEGO and MINDSTORMS are registered trademarks of the LEGO Group MATLAB and Simulink are registered trademarks of The MathWorks, Inc.

Automatic Control System

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Automatic Control Systems

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Problem Solver in Automatic Control Systems robotics

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Each Problem Solver is an insightful and essential study and solution guide chock-full of clear, concise problem-solving gems. All your questions can be found in one convenient source from one of the most trusted names in reference solution guides. More useful, more practical, and more informative, these study aids are the best review books and textbook companions available. Nothing remotely as comprehensive or as helpful exists in their subject anywhere. Perfect for undergraduate and graduate studies. Here in this highly useful reference is the finest overview of automatic control systems / robotics currently available, with hundreds of control systems / robotics problems that cover everything from modeling and matrices to system stability and nonlinear systems. Each problem is clearly solved with step-by-step detailed solutions. DETAILS - The PROBLEM SOLVERS are unique - the ultimate in study guides. - They are ideal for helping students cope with the toughest subjects. - They greatly simplify study and learning tasks. - They enable students to come to grips with difficult problems by showing them the way, step-by-step, toward solving problems. As a result, they save hours of frustration and time spent on groping for answers and understanding. - They cover material ranging from the elementary to the advanced in each subject. - They work exceptionally well with any text in its field. - PROBLEM SOLVERS are available in 41 subjects. - Each PROBLEM SOLVER is prepared by supremely knowledgeable experts. - Most are over 1000 pages. - PROBLEM SOLVERS are not meant to be read cover to cover. They offer whatever may be needed at a given time. An excellent index helps to locate specific problems rapidly. - Educators consider the PROBLEM SOLVERS the most effective and valuable study aids; students describe them as “fantastic” - the best books on the market. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Chapter 1: Modeling Block Diagram Transfer Function Chapter 2: Matrices Rank, Analysis of Inverse Matrices Eigenvectors and Diagonalization Chapter 3: Laplace Transforms Laplace Transforms and Theorems Inverse Laplace Transforms and Solutions of Differential Equations Chapter 4: Z-Transforms Z-transforms and Theorems Inverse Z-transforms and Response of Systems Chapter 5: Transfer Function and Block Diagrams Transfer Functions from Block Diagrams Transfer Functions of Networks and Systems The Transfer Matrix and Pulse Transfer Function Chapter 6: Time Analysis Response Response - Discrete Response - Error Chapter 7: Frequency Analysis, Nyquist Diagram, Root Locus, Bode Diagram Nyquist Diagram Root Locus Bode Diagram Frequency Response Chapter 8: Design and Compensation Design Frequency Response Bilinear Transform Compensation Lag Compensation, Root Locus Controller Compensator, Observer Root Locus Chapter 9: State Space Representation State Space Representation of Transfer Functions Transformation of Differential Equations into State Space Representation State Space Representation from Block Diagrams and Difference Equations State Space Representation of Electrical and Mechanical Systems Chapter 10: State Transition Matrix Methods of Determining the State Transition Matrix State Transition Matrix of Systems Chapter 11: Solutions to State Equations Chapter 12: Controllability and Observability Chapter 13: Automatic Control Stability Routh and Herwits Critera Krasovskii Theorem Liapunov Function Different Kinds of Stability-Jury Test Discrete Systems Phase Plane Root Locus Nyquist Bode Chapter 14: Phase Plane Analysis Initial Conditions Method of Isoclines Application to Networks and Systems Chapter 15: Nonlinear Systems Nonlinear Systems Describing Functions Phase Plane Limit Cycle State Representation, Popov, Liapunov Chapter 16: Optimization Chapter 17: Digital Control Systems Design - Controller State - Discrete Digital Observer Microprocessor Control Summary of Principles in Control Systems Index WHAT THIS BOOK IS FOR Students have generally found automatic control systems / robotics a difficult subject to understand and learn. Despite the publication of hundreds of textbooks in this field, each one intended to provide an improvement over previous textbooks, students of automatic control systems / robotics continue to remain perplexed as a result of numerous subject areas that must be remembered and correlated when solving problems. Various interpretations of automatic control systems / robotics terms also contribute to the difficulties of mastering the subject. In a study of automatic control systems / robotics, REA found the following basic reasons underlying the inherent difficulties of automatic control systems / robotics: No systematic rules of analysis were ever developed to follow in a step-by-step manner to solve typically encountered problems. This results from numerous different conditions and principles involved in a problem that leads to many possible different solution methods. To prescribe a set of rules for each of the possible variations would involve an enormous number of additional steps, making this task more burdensome than solving the problem directly due to the expectation of much trial and error. Current textbooks normally explain a given principle in a few pages written by an automatic control systems / robotics professional who has insight into the subject matter not shared by others. These explanations are often written in an abstract manner that causes confusion as to the principle’s use and application. Explanations then are often not sufficiently detailed or extensive enough to make the reader aware of the wide range of applications and different aspects of the principle being studied. The numerous possible variations of principles and their applications are usually not discussed, and it is left to the reader to discover this while doing exercises. Accordingly, the average student is expected to rediscover that which has long been established and practiced, but not always published or adequately explained. The examples typically following the explanation of a topic are too few in number and too simple to enable the student to obtain a thorough grasp of the involved principles. The explanations do not provide sufficient basis to solve problems that may be assigned for homework or given on examinations. Poorly solved examples such as these can be presented in abbreviated form which leaves out much explanatory material between steps, and as a result requires the reader to figure out the missing information. This leaves the reader with an impression that the problems and even the subject are hard to learn - completely the opposite of what an example is supposed to do. Poor examples are often worded in a confusing or obscure way. They might not state the nature of the problem or they present a solution, which appears to have no direct relation to the problem. These problems usually offer an overly general discussion - never revealing how or what is to be solved. Many examples do not include accompanying diagrams or graphs, denying the reader the exposure necessary for drawing good diagrams and graphs. Such practice only strengthens understanding by simplifying and organizing automatic control systems / robotics processes. Students can learn the subject only by doing the exercises themselves and reviewing them in class, obtaining experience in applying the principles with their different ramifications. In doing the exercises by themselves, students find that they are required to devote considerable more time to automatic control systems / robotics than to other subjects, because they are uncertain with regard to the selection and application of the theorems and principles involved. It is also often necessary for students to discover those “tricks” not revealed in their texts (or review books), that make it possible to solve problems easily. Students must usually resort to methods of trial and error to discover these “tricks,“ therefore finding out that they may sometimes spend several hours to solve a single problem. When reviewing the exercises in classrooms, instructors usually request students to take turns in writing solutions on the boards and explaining them to the class. Students often find it difficult to explain in a manner that holds the interest of the class, and enables the remaining students to follow the material written on the boards. The remaining students in the class are thus too occupied with copying the material off the boards to follow the professor’s explanations. This book is intended to aid students in automatic control systems / robotics overcome the difficulties described by supplying detailed illustrations of the solution methods that are usually not apparent to students. Solution methods are illustrated by problems that have been selected from those most often assigned for class work and given on examinations. The problems are arranged in order of complexity to enable students to learn and understand a particular topic by reviewing the problems in sequence. The problems are illustrated with detailed, step-by-step explanations, to save the students large amounts of time that is often needed to fill in the gaps that are usually found between steps of illustrations in textbooks or review/outline books. The staff of REA considers automatic control systems / robotics a subject that is best learned by allowing students to view the methods of analysis and solution techniques. This learning approach is similar to that practiced in various scientific laboratories, particularly in the medical fields. In using this book, students may review and study the illustrated problems at their own pace; students are not limited to the time such problems receive in the classroom. When students want to look up a particular type of problem and solution, they can readily locate it in the book by referring to the index that has been extensively prepared. It is also possible to locate a particular type of problem by glancing at just the material within the boxed portions. Each problem is numbered and surrounded by a heavy black border for speedy identification.

Automatic Control Systems

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Mechatronics and Automatic Control Systems

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This book examines mechatronics and automatic control systems. The book covers important emerging topics in signal processing, control theory, sensors, mechanic manufacturing systems and automation. The book presents papers from the 2013 International Conference on Mechatronics and Automatic Control Systems in Hangzhou, held in China during August 10-11, 2013.

Theory of Automatic Control

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Theory of Automatic Control focuses on the theory of automatic control, including controllers, models, control processes, and analysis of systems. The book first offers information on the general introduction to automatic controllers and the construction of a linear model control system and the initial material for its analysis. Discussions focus on astatic controllers of indirect action, floating feedback, controllers of discontinuous action, static characteristics of elements and of systems, and frequency characteristics of a linear element and of the linear model of a system. The text then ponders on the stability of the linear model of an automatic control system and the construction and evaluation of the processes in the linear model of a system of automatic control. Topics include construction of the process from the transfer function of the system; construction of the control process from the frequency characteristics of the system; and analysis of systems with random disturbances given statistically. The publication takes a look at auto- and forced oscillation in non-linear systems, including approximate determination of forced oscillations in the presence of an external periodic action and determination of the auto-oscillations in the case of auto-resonance. The manuscript is a dependable reference for readers interested in the theory of automatic control.

Automatic Control Systems in Biomedical Engineering

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This book presents the fundamental principles and challenges encountered in the control of biomedical systems, providing practical solutions and suggesting alternatives. The perspective of the text is based on the system behaviour in the time domain both linear and non-linear, continuous and discrete, helping the reader to be able to interpret the physical significance of mathematical results during control system analysis and design focusing on biomedical engineering applications. Interactive learning is promoted, endowing students with the ability to change parameters and conditions during the simulation and see the effects of these changes, by using interactive MATLAB and SIMULINK software tools, also presenting realistic problems in order to analyse, design and develop automatic control systems. The text is also complemented with MATLAB and SIMULINK exercise files solved to aid students to focus on the fundamental concepts treated throughout the book, following a new pedagogical approach distinct from the classical one whereby fundamental control concepts are introduced together with adequate software tools in order to gain insight on the biomedical engineering control problems. The book is suitable for second or third-year undergraduate students who will find the illustrative examples particularly useful to their studies of control system design and implementation. Lecturers in the control field will find the computer aided design approach as an alternative to teaching the fundamental concepts of feedback analogic and digital control.

Automatic Control Systems Robotics II Essentials

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REA’s Essentials provide quick and easy access to critical information in a variety of different fields, ranging from the most basic to the most advanced. As its name implies, these concise, comprehensive study guides summarize the essentials of the field covered. Essentials are helpful when preparing for exams, doing homework and will remain a lasting reference source for students, teachers, and professionals. Automatic Control Systems/Robotics II includes system analysis in the frequency domain, Nyquist stability criterion, performance evaluation of a feedback control system in the frequency-domain, system stabilization, frequency-response plots of cascade compensated systems, feedback compensation(parallel compensation), and system simulations.

Sensitivity of Automatic Control Systems

Author : Efim Rozenwasser
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Although it arose much earlier in a variety of contexts, sensitivity theory became an independent branch of science in the sixties. Since then, researchers from around the world have continued to make great strides in both the theory and its applications. However, much of the work of Russian scientific schools and specialists remain unknown in the West. Sensitivity of Control Systems summarizes the results of the authors and their disciples in sensitivity theory, addressing the basic notions of the theory and the problem of selecting technical parameters of systems. The authors formulate problems for actual technical systems and their models, and establish relations between sensitivity theory and classical stability problems. They offer a significant, general theory for investigating the sensitivity of boundary problems and use elements of this theory for sensitivity analysis of solutions to nonlinear programming and variational calculus problems, as well as oscillatory processes. The book also presents general investigation methods for discontinuous systems, including those described by operator models. Full of powerful new methods and results, this book offers a unique opportunity for those in theoretical investigation and in the design, testing, and exploitation of various control systems to explore the work of Russia's leading researchers in sensitivity theory. Furthermore, its techniques for parametric perturbation investigation, Sensitivity of Control Systems will prove useful in fields outside of control theory, including oscillation theory, motion dynamics, and mathematical economy.

The Dynamics of Automatic Control Systems

Author : E. P. Popov
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The Dynamics of Automatic Control Systems focuses on the dynamics of automatic control systems and the fundamental results of the theory of automatic control. The discussion covers theoretical methods of analysis and synthesis of automatic control systems common to systems of various physical natures and designs. Concrete examples of the simplest functional circuits are presented to illustrate the principal ideas in the construction of automatic control systems and the application of the theoretical methods. Comprised of 19 chapters, this book begins by describing different forms of automatic control systems, with emphasis on open and closed loop automatic systems. The reader is then introduced to transients in automatic regulation systems; methods for improving the regulation process; and some problems in the theory of automatic regulation. Subsequent chapters deal with linearization and transformation of the differential equations of an automatic regulation system; stability criteria for ordinary linear systems; equations of systems with delay and with distributed parameters; and equations of nonlinear automatic regulation systems. The oscillations and stability of nonlinear systems are also considered. This monograph will be of interest to engineers and students.

Automatic Control Systems for Machine Tools

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