Control Systems Engineering

Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Norman S. Nise
Release: 2019-02
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: 1119590132
Language: un
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Control Systems Engineering

Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Norman S. Nise
Release: 2019
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: 1119474221
Language: en
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Control Systems Engineering, 7th Edition has become the top selling text for this course. It takes a practical approach, presenting clear and complete explanations. Real world examples demonstrate the analysis and design process, while helpful skill assessment exercises, numerous in-chapter examples, review questions and problems reinforce key concepts. A new progressive problem, a solar energy parabolic trough collector, is featured at the end of each chapter. This edition also includes Hardware Interface Laboratory experiments for use on the MyDAQ platform from National Instruments. A tutorial for MyDAQ is included as Appendix D.

Handbook of Control Systems Engineering

Handbook of Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Louis C. Westphal
Release: 2012-12-06
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
Pages: 1063
ISBN: 9781461515333
Language: en
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This book is a revision and extension of my 1995 Sourcebook of Control Systems Engineering. Because of the extensions and other modifications, it has been retitled Handbook of Control Systems Engineering, which it is intended to be for its prime audience: advanced undergraduate students, beginning graduate students, and practising engineers needing an understandable review of the field or recent developments which may prove useful. There are several differences between this edition and the first. • Two new chapters on aspects of nonlinear systems have been incorporated. In the first of these, selected material for nonlinear systems is concentrated on four aspects: showing the value of certain linear controllers, arguing the suitability of algebraic linearization, reviewing the semi-classical methods of harmonic balance, and introducing the nonlinear change of variable technique known as feedback linearization. In the second chapter, the topic of variable structure control, often with sliding mode, is introduced. • Another new chapter introduces discrete event systems, including several approaches to their analysis. • The chapters on robust control and intelligent control have been extensively revised. • Modest revisions and extensions have also been made to other chapters, often to incorporate extensions to nonlinear systems.

MATLAB Control Systems Engineering

MATLAB Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Cesar Perez Lopez
Release: 2014-09-09
Editor: Apress
Pages: 180
ISBN: 1484202902
Language: un
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MATLAB is a high-level language and environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. Using MATLAB, you can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications. The language, tools, and built-in math functions enable you to explore multiple approaches and reach a solution faster than with spreadsheets or traditional programming languages, such as C/C++ or Java. MATLAB Control Systems Engineering introduces you to the MATLAB language with practical hands-on instructions and results, allowing you to quickly achieve your goals. In addition to giving an introduction to the MATLAB environment and MATLAB programming, this book provides all the material needed to design and analyze control systems using MATLAB’s specialized Control Systems Toolbox. The Control Systems Toolbox offers an extensive range of tools for classical and modern control design. Using these tools you can create models of linear time-invariant systems in transfer function, zero-pole-gain or state space format. You can manipulate both discrete-time and continuous-time systems and convert between various representations. You can calculate and graph time response, frequency response and loci of roots. Other functions allow you to perform pole placement, optimal control and estimates. The Control System Toolbox is open and extendible, allowing you to create customized M-files to suit your specific applications. What you’ll learn How to use the MATLAB environment How to program the MATLAB language from first principles How to design and analyze control systems using the Control Systems Toolbox How to create models in various formats and convert between them How to calculate and graph such features as time and frequency response and pole placement How to use graphical analysis tools to optimize model parameters Who this book is for This book is for anyone who wants to work in a practical, hands-on manner with MATLAB to design and analyze control systems. You'll already have a core understanding of undergraduate level engineering mathematics and of the fundamentals of control systems, and have access to an installed version of MATLAB, but no previous experience of MATLAB is assumed. Table of Contents1. Introduction to the MATLAB Environment 2. MATLAB Variables, Numbers, Operators, and Functions 3 MATLAB Control Systems – using the MATLAB Control System Toolbox 4. Robust Predictive Control Strategies

Control Systems Engineering

Control Systems Engineering
Author by: I.J. Nagrath
Release: 2006-01-01
Editor: New Age International
Pages: 858
ISBN: 9788122417753
Language: en
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The Book Provides An Integrated Treatment Of Continuous-Time And Discrete-Time Systems For Two Courses At Undergraduate Level Or One Course At Postgraduate Level. The Stress Is On The Interdisciplinary Nature Of The Subject And Examples Have Been Drawn From Various Engineering Disciplines To Illustrate The Basic System Concepts. A Strong Emphasis Is Laid On Modeling Of Practical Systems Involving Hardware; Control Components Of A Wide Variety Are Comprehensively Covered. Time And Frequency Domain Techniques Of Analysis And Design Of Control Systems Have Been Exhaustively Treated And Their Interrelationship Established.Adequate Breadth And Depth Is Made Available For A Second Course. The Coverage Includes Digital Control Systems: Analysis, Stability And Classical Design; State Variables For Both Continuous-Time And Discrete-Time Systems; Observers And Pole-Placement Design; Liapunov Stability; Optimal Control; And Recent Advances In Control Systems: Adaptive Control, Fuzzy Logic Control, Neural Network Control.Salient Features * State Variables Concept Introduced Early In Chapter 2 * Examples And Problems Around Obsolete Technology Updated. New Examples Added * Robotics Modeling And Control Included * Pid Tuning Procedure Well Explained And Illustrated * Robust Control Introduced In A Simple And Easily Understood Style * State Variable Formulation And Design Simplified And Generalizations Built On Examples * Digital Control; Both Classical And Modern Approaches, Covered In Depth * A Chapter On Adaptive, Fuzzy Logic And Neural Network Control, Amenable To Undergraduate Level Use, Included * An Appendix On Matlab With Examples From Time And Frequency Domain Analysis And Design, Included

Intelligent Control Systems with an Introduction to System of Systems Engineering

Intelligent Control Systems with an Introduction to System of Systems Engineering
Author by: Thrishantha Nanayakkara,Ferat Sahin,Mo Jamshidi
Release: 2018-09-03
Editor: CRC Press
Pages: 441
ISBN: 9781420079258
Language: en
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From aeronautics and manufacturing to healthcare and disaster management, systems engineering (SE) now focuses on designing applications that ensure performance optimization, robustness, and reliability while combining an emerging group of heterogeneous systems to realize a common goal. Use SoS to Revolutionize Management of Large Organizations, Factories, and Systems Intelligent Control Systems with an Introduction to System of Systems Engineering integrates the fundamentals of artificial intelligence and systems control in a framework applicable to both simple dynamic systems and large-scale system of systems (SoS). For decades, NASA has used SoS methods, and major manufacturers—including Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, Northrop-Grumman, Raytheon, BAE Systems—now make large-scale systems integration and SoS a key part of their business strategies, dedicating entire business units to this remarkably efficient approach. Simulate Novel Robotic Systems and Applications Transcending theory, this book offers a complete and practical review of SoS and some of its fascinating applications, including: Manipulation of robots through neural-based network control Use of robotic swarms, based on ant colonies, to detect mines Other novel systems in which intelligent robots, trained animals, and humans cooperate to achieve humanitarian objectives Training engineers to integrate traditional systems control theory with soft computing techniques further nourishes emerging SoS technology. With this in mind, the authors address the fundamental precepts at the core of SoS, which uses human heuristics to model complex systems, providing a scientific rationale for integrating independent, complex systems into a single coordinated, stabilized, and optimized one. They provide readers with MATLAB® code, which can be downloaded from the publisher's website to simulate presented results and projects that offer practical, hands-on experience using concepts discussed throughout the book.

Control and Systems Engineering

Control and Systems Engineering
Author by: Aly El-Osery,Jeff Prevost
Release: 2015-03-19
Editor: Springer
Pages: 366
ISBN: 9783319146362
Language: en
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This book is a tribute to 40 years of contributions by Professor Mo Jamshidi who is a well known and respected scholar, researcher, and educator. Mo Jamshidi has spent his professional career formalizing and extending the field of large-scale complex systems (LSS) engineering resulting in educating numerous graduates specifically, ethnic minorities. He has made significant contributions in modeling, optimization, CAD, control and applications of large-scale systems leading to his current global role in formalizing system of systems engineering (SoSE), as a new field. His books on complex LSS and SoSE have filled a vacuum in cyber-physical systems literature for the 21st Century. His contributions to ethnic minority engineering education commenced with his work at the University of New Mexico (UNM, Tier-I Hispanic Serving Institution) in 1980 through a NASA JPL grant. Followed by several more major federal grants, he formalized a model for educating minorities, called VI-P Pyramid where K-12 students(bottom of pyramid) to doctoral (top of pyramid) students form a seamless group working on one project. Upper level students mentor lower ones on a sequential basis. Since 1980, he has graduated over 114 minority students consisting of 62 Hispanics, 34 African Americans., 15 Native Americans, and 3 Pacific Islanders. This book contains contributed chapters from colleagues, and former and current students of Professor Jamshidi. Areas of focus are: control systems, energy and system of systems, robotics and soft computing.

Handbook of Control Systems Engineering

Handbook of Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Louis C. Westphal
Release: 2001-10-31
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
Pages: 1063
ISBN: 0792374940
Language: un
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This book is a revision and extension of my 1995 Sourcebook of Control Systems Engineering. Because of the extensions and other modifications, it has been retitled Handbook of Control Systems Engineering, which it is intended to be for its prime audience: advanced undergraduate students, beginning graduate students, and practising engineers needing an understandable review of the field or recent developments which may prove useful. There are several differences between this edition and the first. • Two new chapters on aspects of nonlinear systems have been incorporated. In the first of these, selected material for nonlinear systems is concentrated on four aspects: showing the value of certain linear controllers, arguing the suitability of algebraic linearization, reviewing the semi-classical methods of harmonic balance, and introducing the nonlinear change of variable technique known as feedback linearization. In the second chapter, the topic of variable structure control, often with sliding mode, is introduced. • Another new chapter introduces discrete event systems, including several approaches to their analysis. • The chapters on robust control and intelligent control have been extensively revised. • Modest revisions and extensions have also been made to other chapters, often to incorporate extensions to nonlinear systems.

Basic Control Systems Engineering

Basic Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Paul H. Lewis,Chang Yang
Release: 1997
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 450
ISBN: UVA:X004096345
Language: en
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This rigorous—yet accessible—book integrates frequent realistic examples throughout its presentation of control systems engineering. KEY TOPICS: By exploiting the remarkable capabilities of today's computers and programming techniques, the authors describe methodologies for reducing computational difficulties and improving insight into essential areas of study. Coverage reflects the needs of today's practicing engineers by including such topics as the simulation of commonly observed nonlinear phenomena and the design of discrete-event control systems.

Control Systems Engineering

Control Systems Engineering
Author by: I. J. Nagrath,M. Gopal
Release: 1986
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 725
ISBN: 9971510561
Language: en
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Control Systems Engineering Using Matlab

Control Systems Engineering Using Matlab
Author by: S N Sivanandam
Release: 2009-11-01
Editor: Vikas Publishing House
Pages: 329
ISBN: 8125919066
Language: un
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Control Systems Engineering using MATLAB provides students with a concise introduction to the basic concepts in automatic control systems and the various methods of solving its problems. Designed to comfortably cover two academic semesters, the style and form of the book makes it easily comprehensible for all engineering disciplines that have control system courses in their curricula. The solutions to the problems are programmed using MATLAB 6.0 for which the simulated results are provided. The MATLAB Control Systems Toolbox is provided in the Appendix for easy reference. The book would be useful as a textbook to undergraduate students and as quick reference for higher studies.

Boiler Control Systems Engineering

Boiler Control Systems Engineering
Author by: G. F. Gilman,Jerry Gilman
Release: 2010
Editor: ISA
Pages: 198
ISBN: 9781936007202
Language: en
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This book is for anyone who works with boilers: utilities managers, power plant managers, control systems engineers, maintenance technicians or operators. The information deals primarily with water tube boilers with Induced Draft (ID) and Forced Draft (FD) fan(s) or boilers containing only FD fans. It can also apply to any fuel-fired steam generator. Other books on boiler control have been published; however, they do not cover engineering details on control systems and the setup of the various control functions. Boiler Control Systems Engineering provides specific examples of boiler control including configuration and tuning, valve sizing, and transmitter specifications. This expanded and updated second edition includes drum level compensation equations, additional P&ID drawings and examples of permissive startup and tripping logic for gas, oil, and coal fired boilers. It also covers different control schemes for furnace draft control. NFPA 85 Code 2007 control system requirements are included, with illustrated examples of coal fired boilers, as well as information on the latest ISA-77 series of standards.

Nise s Control Systems Engineering

Nise s Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Norman S. Nise
Release: 2018
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 919
ISBN: 8126571837
Language: un
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Process Control Systems Engineering

Process Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Leon Urbas
Release: 2012
Editor: Deutscher Industrieverlag
Pages: 304
ISBN: 3835631985
Language: en
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Process Control Systems (PCS) are distributed control systems (DCS) that are specialized to meet the requirements of the process industries. Many processes and plants of that domain have high safety and availability requirements, are instrumented with a large number of sensors and actuators and show a rather high degree of automation at least in standard operation regimes. There are remarkable differences and cross-discipline interdependencies between chemical-physical properties of the substances, procedures, unit operations, equipment, instrumentation and control strategies. This results in the observation that there hardly any two plants that are identical, even if the products are interchangeable.There are remarkable differences and cross-discipline interdependencies between chemical-physical properties of the substances, prodedures, unit operations, equipment, instrumentation and control strategies. This results in the observation that there hardly any two plants that are identical, even if the products are interchangeable. Thus, it is not surprising, that there is an ongoing discussion if each domain of the process industries, namely chemicals, pharma, pulp & paper, oil & gas, food & beverages and water/waste water treatment should have its own specialized automation system. On the contrary, there are some opinions that PCS architectures that address all of the distinct requirements of the process industries, should even be generic enough to render the distinction between PCS and e.g. DCS for power generation and distribution a merely marketing or historical issue, not a technical one.This text book contributes towards that discussion simply by putting its focus on PCS engineering basics that are common to the different domains of the process industries. The examples and exercises are related to an experimental research plant which serves for the exploration of the interaction between process modularization and process automation methods in the process industries. This makes it possible to capture features of highly specialized and integrated mono-product plants (e.g. chemicals) as well as application areas which are dominated by locally standardized general-purpose apparatus and multi-product schemes (bio-chemistry, pharma). While the theory presented in this text book is applicable for all of the PCS of the different established vendors, the examples as well as most of the screen shots refer to PCS 7, Siemens control system for the process industries. Focusing on a single PCS makes it possible to use this text book not only in basic lectures on PCS Engineering but also in computer lab courses that allow students gaining hands-on experience."

Control Systems Engineering

Control Systems Engineering
Author by: William John Palm,William J. Palm, III
Release: 1986
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Pages: 695
ISBN: UOM:39015011132357
Language: un
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An up-to-date text designed for undergraduate courses in control systems engineering and principles of automatic controls. Focuses on design and implementation rather than just the mathematics of control systems. Using a balanced approach, the text presents a unified, energy-based approach to modeling; covers analysis techniques for the models presented; and offers a detailed study of digital control and the implementation of digital controllers. Includes examples and homework problems.

Modern Control Systems Engineering

Modern Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Zoran Gajic,M. Lelić
Release: 1996
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 495
ISBN: UOM:39015037483511
Language: en
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The book represents a modern treatment of classical control theory and application concepts. Theoretically, it is based on the state-space approach, where the main concepts have been derived using only the knowledge from a first course in linear algebra. Practically, it is based on the MATLAB package for computer-aided control system design, so that the presentation of the design techniques is simplified. The inclusion of MATLAB allows deeper insights into the dynamical behaviour of real physical control systems, which are quite often of high dimensions. Continuous-time and discrete-time control systems are treated simultaneously with a slight emphasis on the continous-time systems, especially in the area of controller design. Instructor's Manual (0-13-264730-3).

Control Systems Engineering

Control Systems Engineering
Author by: Frank Owen (Ph.D.)
Release: 2018
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: OCLC:1050112719
Language: un
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Drawn from the author's notes from a decade of teaching controls, the book aims to teach controls engineers practical skills for designing, modeling, and tuning real systems in an industry context.

Matlab for Control System Engineers

Matlab for Control System Engineers
Author by: Rao V. Dukkipati
Release: 2012-10-01
Editor: New Academic Science
Pages: 590
ISBN: 1781830061
Language: en
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MATLAB for control system engineers is designed as an introductory undergraduate or graduate course for science and engineering students of all disciplines. Control systems engineering is a multidisciplinary subject and presents a control engineering methodology based on mathematical fundamentals and stresses physical system modeling. The classical methods of control systems engineering are covered here using MATLAB software: matrix analysis, Laplace transforms and transfer functions, root locus analysis and design, frequency response methods of analysis including Bode, Nyquist, and Nichols, second order systems approximations, phase and gain margin and bandwidth, and state space variable method. Presentations are limited to linear, time-invariant continuous systems.

System Control Engineering

System Control Engineering
Author by: Yuk Filosa
Release: 2021-03-24
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 130
ISBN: 9798727911389
Language: un
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Control engineering is the engineering discipline that focuses on the modeling of a diverse range of dynamic systems (e.g. mechanical systems) and the design of controllers that will cause these systems to behave in the desired manner. ... In most cases, control engineers utilize feedback when designing control systems. This book may give you: System Control Engineering: What Is Control Systems Engineering? Modern Control Engineering: What Skills Does A Control System Engineer Require? Remote Control Engineering Car: What Does A Control Systems Engineering Company Do?

Control of Complex Systems

Control of Complex Systems
Author by: Kyriakos Vamvoudakis,Sarangapani Jagannathan
Release: 2016-07-27
Editor: Butterworth-Heinemann
Pages: 762
ISBN: 9780128054376
Language: en
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In the era of cyber-physical systems, the area of control of complex systems has grown to be one of the hardest in terms of algorithmic design techniques and analytical tools. The 23 chapters, written by international specialists in the field, cover a variety of interests within the broader field of learning, adaptation, optimization and networked control. The editors have grouped these into the following 5 sections: “Introduction and Background on Control Theory”, “Adaptive Control and Neuroscience”, “Adaptive Learning Algorithms”, “Cyber-Physical Systems and Cooperative Control”, “Applications”. The diversity of the research presented gives the reader a unique opportunity to explore a comprehensive overview of a field of great interest to control and system theorists. This book is intended for researchers and control engineers in machine learning, adaptive control, optimization and automatic control systems, including Electrical Engineers, Computer Science Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Aerospace/Automotive Engineers, and Industrial Engineers. It could be used as a text or reference for advanced courses in complex control systems. • Collection of chapters from several well-known professors and researchers that will showcase their recent work • Presents different state-of-the-art control approaches and theory for complex systems • Gives algorithms that take into consideration the presence of modelling uncertainties, the unavailability of the model, the possibility of cooperative/non-cooperative goals and malicious attacks compromising the security of networked teams • Real system examples and figures throughout, make ideas concrete Includes chapters from several well-known professors and researchers that showcases their recent work Presents different state-of-the-art control approaches and theory for complex systems Explores the presence of modelling uncertainties, the unavailability of the model, the possibility of cooperative/non-cooperative goals, and malicious attacks compromising the security of networked teams Serves as a helpful reference for researchers and control engineers working with machine learning, adaptive control, and automatic control systems