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Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems (Control, Robotics and Sensors) ePub download

by John O'Brien

  • Author: John O'Brien
  • ISBN: 1849194815
  • ISBN13: 978-1849194815
  • ePub: 1150 kb | FB2: 1595 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology (April 24, 2012)
  • Pages: 192
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Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems (Control, Robotics and Sensors) ePub download

This item:Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems . John O'Brien received a . Series: Control, Robotics and Sensors (Book 78).

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). in Aerospace Engineering from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in 1991, an . in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wyoming in 1997, and a P. in Electrical Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2001.

Frequency domain techniques rooted in classical control theory are .

Frequency domain techniques rooted in classical control theory are presented with new approaches in nonlinear compensation that result in robust, high-performance closed-loop systems. Illustrative examples using data from actual control designs are included. Exogenous inputs r(s), d(s) and n(s) are the reference, disturbance and sensor noise signals, and y(s) is the plant response. Frequency-domain techniques for high performance control are introduced in the previous chapter for single-input, single-output (SISO), single-input, two-output (SITO) and TISO architectures.

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Start by marking Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. One of the few books that focuses on practical control theory for high performance systems, succinctly presented for ease of consumption, with illustrative examples using data from actual control designs.

Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems.

9. Control, robotics & sensors. Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems. This text presents frequency-domain techniques rooted, in classical control theory, and considers the new approaches in nonlinear compensation that result in robust, high-performance closed-loop systems.

Discontinuous control systems are one of the most important and oldest types of nonlinear systems; however, the . A few chapters of the book are devoted to frequency-domain theory of sliding mode control, which is presented as a special type of discontinuous control.

A few chapters of the book are devoted to frequency-domain theory of sliding mode control, which is presented as a special type of discontinuous control.

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In particular, the book examines control systems design for ultra-fast and ultra-precise positioning of mechanical .

In particular, the book examines control systems design for ultra-fast and ultra-precise positioning of mechanical actuators in mechatronic systems. The book systematically describes motion control design methods for trajectory design, sampled-data precise positioning, transient control using switching control, and dual-stage actuator control. Each method is described in detail, from theoretical aspects to examples of actual industry applications including hard disk drives, optical disk drives, galvano scanners, personal mobility robots, and more.

Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems serves as a practical guide for the control engineer, and attempts to bridge the gap between industrial and academic control theory. Frequencydomain techniques rooted in classical control theory are presented with new approaches in nonlinear compensation that result in robust, high-performance closed-loop systems. Illustrative examples using data from actual control designs are included.

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