This introduction to automatic control systems has been updated to reflect the increasing use of computer-aided learning and design. Aiming at a more accessible approach, this edition demonstrates the solution of complex problems with the aid of computer software; integrates several real world applications; provides a discussion of steady-state error analysis, including nonunity feedback systems; discusses circuit-realization of controller transfer functions; offers a treatment of Nyquist criterion on systems with nonminimum-phase transfer functions; explores time-domain and frequency domain designs side-by-side in one chapter; and adds a chapter on "Design of Discrete-Data Control Systems". It is designed for students on introductory level courses in control systems.
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Real-world applications--Integrates real-world analysis and design applications throughout the text. Examples include: the sun-seeker system, the liquid-level control, dc-motor control, and space-vehicle payload control.
* Examples and problems--Includes an abundance of illustrative examples and problems.
* Marginal notes throughout the text highlight important points.
This best-selling, classic 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.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall, 1982. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 4th. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130548170