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Advanced Modern Control System Theory and Design by Stanley M. Shinners

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CONTENTS

Preface

1 Introduction

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Goal of Advanced Modern Control System Theory and Design

1.3. Control System Performance Objectives

1.4. The Procedure for Designing a Control System

1.5. Outline of Advanced Modern Control System Theory and Design

1.6. Advanced Modern Control System Theory and Design Toolbox

1.7. Illustrative Problems and Solutions

Problems

References

2 Linear Control-System Compensation and Design

2.1. Introduction

2.2. Cascade-Compensation Techniques

2.3. Minor-Loop Feedback-Compensation Techniques

2.4. Proportional-Plus-Integral-Plus Derivative (PID) Compensators

2.5. Example for the Design of a Second-Order Control System

2.6. Compensation and Design using the Bode-Diagram Method

2.7. Approximate Methods for Preliminary Compensation and Design using the Bode Diagram

2.8. Compensation and Design using the Nichols Chart

2.9. Compensation and Design using the Root-Locus Method

2.10. Tradeoffs of using Various Cascade-Compensation Methods and Minor-Loop Feedback

2.11. Illustrative Problems and Solutions

Problems

References

3 Modern Control-System Design using State-Space, Pole Placement, Ackermann's Formula, Estimation, Robust Control, and H Techniques

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Pole-Placement Design using Linear-State-Variable Feedback

3.3. Controller Design using Pole Placement and Linear-State-Variable-Feedback Techniques

3.4. Controllability

3.5. Observability

3.6. Ackermann's Formula for Design using Pole Placement

3.7. Estimator Design ...

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