4 edition of Introduction to the control of dynamic systems found in the catalog.
by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in Washington, DC
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frederick O. Smetana.|
|Series||AIAA education series|
|LC Classifications||TJ213 .S486 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||713 p. :|
|Number of Pages||713|
|LC Control Number||94008085|
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This book provides an excellent way to learn linear algebra by using it to derive the properties of linear dynamic systems. It also includes a good introduction to nonlinear systems and control theory.
There are many classic examples and a wealth of challenging exercises. My first exposure to it was auditing Prof. Luenberger's course as a Cited by: Matlab is required to solve dynamic equations, especially optimal control problems.
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the book was in very good conditions, as described in the ad. shipping time was as described, too. Finally, I think it's a very good book on control systems for the price. (the reason for the low price is that it's a re-print of a book, however the material presented is still useful today)Cited by: Craig Kluever s Dynamic Systems: Modeling, Simulation, and Control highlights essential topics such as analysis, design, and control of physical engineering systems, often composed of interacting mechanical, electrical and fluid subsystem components.
The major topics covered in this text include mathematical modeling, system-response analysis, and an introduction to feedback control systems. This book provides an introduction to the basic principles and tools for the design and analysis of feedback systems.
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Description. Smetana has written an integrated course book about dynamics and automatic controls for introductory students in vibrations, dynamics, digital and automatic controls, dynamics of machinery, linear systems, and modeling. Upper-level undergraduate students are sure to benefit from Smetana’s 40 years of experience in the : Frederick O.
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Integrates the traditional approach to differential equations with the modern systems and control theoretic approach to dynamic systems, emphasizing theoretical principles and classic models in a wide variety of areas.
Provides a particularly /5(16). The book does not use bond graph modeling, the general and powerful, but complicated, modern tool for analysis of complex, multidisciplinary dynamic systems. The homework problems at the ends of chapters are very important to the learning objectives, so the author attempted to compose problems of practical interest and to make the problem /5(1).
Introduction to the control of dynamic systems. [Frederick O Smetana] An integrated course book on dynamics and automatic controls for introductory students in dynamics, vibrations, digital and automatic controls, linear systems and modelling. Introduction to the control of dynamic systems -- v.
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An integrated course book on dynamics and automatic controls for introductory students in dynamics, vibrations, digital and automatic controls, linear systems and modelling. This chapter is a brief summary of the main topics in dynamic system analysis and control, which are employed in this book.
The chapter is also preliminary to the brief introduction of the embedded model control methodology outlined in Chapter Dynamic systems are described in terms of continuous-time and discrete-time (DT) state equations.
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The chapter on frequency domain design introduces many of the ideas of modern control theory, including the sensitivity function. In Chap we pull together the results from the second half of the book to analyze some of the fundamental tradeoffs between robustness and performance.
The Second Edition of this text, which is largely revised and updated version of Introduction to Linear and Digital Control Systems by the same author, continues to build on the fundamental concepts covered earlier.
The text discusses the important concepts of control systems, transfer functions and system components. It describes system stability, employing the Hurwitz–Routh stability.discussed.
Modeling of dynamic systems and linearization of nonlinear control systems are presented in detail. A few real-world control systems are given in order to demonstrate the system modeling and linearization.
Several other models of real-world dynamic control systems will be considered in the following chapters of this book. Professor Stephen Boyd, of the Electrical Engineering department at Stanford University, gives an overview of the course, Introduction to Linear Dynamical Systems (EE).
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