Control System Design

Author: Bernard Friedland
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486135113
Release Date: 2012-03-08
Genre: Science

Introduction to state-space methods covers feedback control; state-space representation of dynamic systems and dynamics of linear systems; frequency-domain analysis; controllability and observability; shaping the dynamic response; more. 1986 edition.

Control System Design

Author: Graham Clifford Goodwin
Publisher:
ISBN: 0139586539
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Using a "how to do it" approach with a strong emphasis on real-world design, this book provides comprehensive,single-source coverage of the full spectrum of control system design. Each of the book's 8 parts covers a specific area of control--ranging from signals and systems (Bode Diagrams, Root Locus, etc.), to SISO control (including PID and Fundamental Design Trade-offs) and MIMO systems (including Constraints, MPC, Decoupling, etc.). Features an abundance of real-world design examples drawn from the authors' direct experience, and many real-world case studies divided intoIndustrial case studies and Laboratory systems (several of which are supported by a virtual laboratory using Java Applets on the book's web page). All examples are supported by Matlab®.The Excitement of Control Engineering. Introduction to the Principles of Feedback. Modeling. Continuous Time Signals and Systems. Analysis of SISO Control Loops. Classical PID Control. Synthesis of SISO Controllers. Fundamental Limitations in SISO Control. Frequency Domain Design Limitations. Architectural Issues in SISO Control. Dealing with Constraints. Models for Sampled Data Systems. Digital Control. Hybrid Control. SISO Controller Parameterizations. Control Design Based on Optimization. Linear State Space Models. Synthesis via State Space Methods. Introduction to Nonlinear Control. Analysis of MIMO Control Loops. Exploiting SISO Techniques in MIMO Control. Design via Optimal Control Techniques. Model Predictive Control. Fundamental Limitations in MIMO Control. MIMO Controller Parameterizations. Decoupling. For anyone interested in Control System Design.

Control System Design Guide

Author: George Ellis
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780323138444
Release Date: 2012-12-02
Genre: Technology & Engineering

This is a practical approach to control techniques. The author covers background material on analog controllers, digital controllers, and filters. Commonly used controllers are presented. Extended use of PSpice (a popular circuit simulation program) is used in problem solving. The book is also documented with 50 computer programs that circuit designers can use. Explains integration of control systems with a personal computer**Compares numerous control algorithms in digital and analog form**Details the use of SPICE in problem solving**Presents modeling concepts for linear and nonlinear systems**Examines commonly used controllers

Embedded Control System Design

Author: Alexandru Forrai
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642285950
Release Date: 2012-07-27
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Control system design is a challenging task for practicing engineers. It requires knowledge of different engineering fields, a good understanding of technical specifications and good communication skills. The current book introduces the reader into practical control system design, bridging the gap between theory and practice. The control design techniques presented in the book are all model based., considering the needs and possibilities of practicing engineers. Classical control design techniques are reviewed and methods are presented how to verify the robustness of the design. It is how the designed control algorithm can be implemented in real-time and tested, fulfilling different safety requirements. Good design practices and the systematic software development process are emphasized in the book according to the generic standard IEC61508. The book is mainly addressed to practicing control and embedded software engineers - working in research and development – as well as graduate students who are faced with the challenge to design control systems and implement them in real-time.

Control System Design

Author: B. S. Manke
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 9781683921097
Release Date: 2017-11-20
Genre: Technology & Engineering

This book covers the theory and mathematics needed to understand the concepts in control system design. Chapter 1 deals with compensation network design. Nonlinear control systems, including phase-plane analysis and the Delta method are presented in chapter 2. The analysis and design aspects based on the state variable approach are presented in Chapter 3. The discrete time control systems form the basis for the study of digital control systems in Chapter 4, covering the frequency response, root locus analysis, and stability considerations for discrete-time control systems. The stability analysis based on the Lyapunov method is given in chapter 5. The appendices include two US government articles on industrial control systems (NIST) and the control system design for a solar energy storage system (U.S. Dept. of Energy). Concepts in the text are supported by numerical examples. Features: • Covers the theory and mathematics needed to understand the concepts in control system design • Includes two U.S. government articles on industrial control systems (NIST) and the control system design for a solar energy storage system (U.S. Department of Energy)

Aeration Control System Design

Author: Thomas E. Jenkins
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118777688
Release Date: 2013-10-29
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Learn how to design and implement successful aeration control systems Combining principles and practices from mechanical, electrical, and environmental engineering, this book enables you to analyze, design, implement, and test automatic wastewater aeration control systems and processes. It brings together all the process requirements, mechanical equipment operations, instrumentation and controls, carefully explaining how all of these elements are integrated into successful aeration control systems. Moreover, Aeration Control System Design features a host of practical, state-of-the-technology tools for determining energy and process improvements, payback calculations, system commissioning, and more. Author Thomas E. Jenkins has three decades of hands-on experience in every phase of aeration control systems design and implementation. He presents not only the most current theory and technology, but also practical tips and techniques that can only be gained by many years of experience. Inside the book, readers will find: Full integration of process, mechanical, and electrical engineering considerations Alternate control strategies and algorithms that provide better performance than conventional proportional-integral-derivative control Practical considerations and analytical techniques for system evaluation and design New feedforward control technologies and advanced process monitoring systems Throughout the book, example problems based on field experience illustrate how the principles and techniques discussed in the book are used to create successful aeration control systems. Moreover, there are plenty of equations, charts, figures, and diagrams to support readers at every stage of the design and implementation process. In summary, Aeration Control System Design makes it possible for engineering students and professionals to design systems that meet all mechanical, electrical, and process requirements in order to ensure effective and efficient operations.

Control System Design Guide

Author: George Ellis
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 9780123859204
Release Date: 2012
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Control Systems Design Guide has helped thousands of engineers to improve machine performance. This fourth edition of the practical guide has been updated with cutting-edge control design scenarios, models and simulations enabling apps from battlebots to solar collectors. This useful reference enhances coverage of practical applications via the inclusion of new control system models, troubleshooting tips, and expanded coverage of complex systems requirements, such as increased speed, precision and remote capabilities, bridging the gap between the complex, math-heavy control theory taught in formal courses, and the efficient implementation required in real industry settings. George Ellis is Director of Technology Planning and Chief Engineer of Servo Systems at Kollmorgen Corporation, a leading provider of motion systems and components for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) around the globe. He has designed an applied motion control systems professionally for over 30 years He has written two well-respected books with Academic Press, Observers in Control Systems and Control System Design Guide, now in its fourth edition. He has contributed articles on the application of controls to numerous magazines, including Machine Design, Control Engineering, Motion Systems Design, Power Control and Intelligent Motion, and Electronic Design News. Explains how to model machines and processes, including how to measure working equipment, with an intuitive approach that avoids complex math Includes coverage on the interface between control systems and digital processors, reflecting the reality that most motion systems are now designed with PC software Of particular interest to the practicing engineer is the addition of new material on real-time, remote and networked control systems Teaches how control systems work at an intuitive level, including how to measure, model, and diagnose problems, all without the unnecessary math so common in this field Principles are taught in plain language and then demonstrated with dozens of software models so the reader fully comprehend the material (The models and software to replicate all material in the book is provided without charge by the author at www.QxDesign.com) New material includes practical uses of Rapid Control Prototypes (RCP) including extensive examples using National Instruments LabVIEW

Robust Control System Design

Author: Chia-Chi Tsui
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 020302706X
Release Date: 2003-12-11
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Robust Control System Design: Advanced State Space Techniques, Second Edition expands upon a groundbreaking and combinatorial approach to state space control system design that fully realizes the critical loop transfer function and robustness properties of state/generalized state feedback control. This edition offers many new examples and exercises to illustrate and clarify new design concepts, approaches, and procedures while highlighting the fact that state/generalized state feedback control can improve system performance and robustness more effectively than other forms of control. Revised and expanded throughout, the second edition presents an improved eigenstructure assignment design method that enhances system performance and robustness more directly and effectively and allows for adjustment of design formulations based on design testing and simulation. The author proposes the systematic controller order adjustment for the tradeoff between performance and robustness based on the complete unification of the state feedback control and static output feedback control. The book also utilizes a more accurate robust stability measure to guide control designs.

Model Reduction for Control System Design

Author: Goro Obinata
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781447102830
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Comprehensive treatment of approximation methods for filters and controllers. It is fully up to date, and it is authored by two leading researchers who have personally contributed to the development of some of the methods. Balanced truncation, Hankel norm reduction, multiplicative reduction, weighted methods and coprime factorization methods are all discussed. The book is amply illustrated with examples, and will equip practising control engineers and graduates for intelligent use of commercial software modules for model and controller reduction.

Robust Industrial Control Systems

Author: Michael J. Grimble
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470020746
Release Date: 2006-05-01
Genre: Science

Robust Industrial Control Systems: Optimal Design Approach for Polynomial Systems presents a comprehensive introduction to the use of frequency domain and polynomial system design techniques for a range of industrial control and signal processing applications. The solution of stochastic and robust optimal control problems is considered, building up from single-input problems and gradually developing the results for multivariable design of the later chapters. In addition to cataloguing many of the results in polynomial systems needed to calculate industrial controllers and filters, basic design procedures are also introduced which enable cost functions and system descriptions to be specified in order to satisfy industrial requirements. Providing a range of solutions to control and signal processing problems, this book: * Presents a comprehensive introduction to the polynomial systems approach for the solution of H_2 and H_infinity optimal control problems. * Develops robust control design procedures using frequency domain methods. * Demonstrates design examples for gas turbines, marine systems, metal processing, flight control, wind turbines, process control and manufacturing systems. * Includes the analysis of multi-degrees of freedom controllers and the computation of restricted structure controllers that are simple to implement. * Considers time-varying control and signal processing problems. * Addresses the control of non-linear processes using both multiple model concepts and new optimal control solutions. Robust Industrial Control Systems: Optimal Design Approach for Polynomial Systems is essential reading for professional engineers requiring an introduction to optimal control theory and insights into its use in the design of real industrial processes. Students and researchers in the field will also find it an excellent reference tool.

Control Systems Design

Author: Vladimir Zakian
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781846282157
Release Date: 2005-12-27
Genre: Technology & Engineering

In recent decades, a comprehensive new framework for the theory and design of control systems has emerged. It treats a range of significant and ubiquitous design problems more effectively than the conventional framework. Control Systems Design brings together contributions from the originators of the new framework in which they explain, expand and revise their research work. It is divided into four parts: - basic principles, including those of matching and inequalities with adjustments for robust matching and matching based on H-infinity methods and linear matrix inequalities; - computational methods, including matching conditions for transient inputs and design of a sampled-data control system; - search methods including search with simulated annealing, genetic algorithms and evaluation of the node array method; - case studies, including applications in distillation, benchmarking critical control of magnetic levitation systems and the use of the principle of matching in cruise control.

Digital Control Systems

Author: Ioan Doré Landau
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781846280566
Release Date: 2007-05-11
Genre: Technology & Engineering

The extraordinary development of digital computers (microprocessors, microcontrollers) and their extensive use in control systems in all fields of applications has brought about important changes in the design of control systems. Their performance and their low cost make them suitable for use in control systems of various kinds which demand far better capabilities and performances than those provided by analog controllers. However, in order really to take advantage of the capabilities of microprocessors, it is not enough to reproduce the behavior of analog (PID) controllers. One needs to implement specific and high-performance model based control techniques developed for computer-controlled systems (techniques that have been extensively tested in practice). In this context identification of a plant dynamic model from data is a fundamental step in the design of the control system. The book takes into account the fact that the association of books with software and on-line material is radically changing the teaching methods of the control discipline. Despite its interactive character, computer-aided control design software requires the understanding of a number of concepts in order to be used efficiently. The use of software for illustrating the various concepts and algorithms helps understanding and rapidly gives a feeling of the various phenomena.

Automation in Textile Machinery

Author: L. Ashok Kumar
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781351651370
Release Date: 2018-03-20
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Book includes comprehensive analysis of the trends and technologies in automation and control systems used in textile engineering. Each of the chapter explain important components of an integrated control system in various facets of textile manufacturing and its applications.