-13%
108,99 €
Bisher 124,99 €**
108,99 €
inkl. MwSt.
**Preis der gedruckten Ausgabe (Gebundenes Buch)
Sofort per Download lieferbar
Bisher 124,99 €**
108,99 €
inkl. MwSt.
**Preis der gedruckten Ausgabe (Gebundenes Buch)
Sofort per Download lieferbar

Alle Infos zum eBook verschenken
Als Download kaufen
Bisher 124,99 €**
-13%
108,99 €
inkl. MwSt.
**Preis der gedruckten Ausgabe (Gebundenes Buch)
Sofort per Download lieferbar
Abo Download
9,90 € / Monat*
*Abopreis beinhaltet vier eBooks, die aus der tolino select Titelauswahl im Abo geladen werden können.

inkl. MwSt.
Sofort per Download lieferbar

Einmalig pro Kunde einen Monat kostenlos testen (danach 9,90 € pro Monat), jeden Monat 4 aus 40 Titeln wählen, monatlich kündbar.

Mehr zum tolino select eBook-Abo
Jetzt verschenken
Bisher 124,99 €**
-13%
108,99 €
inkl. MwSt.
**Preis der gedruckten Ausgabe (Gebundenes Buch)
Sofort per Download lieferbar

Alle Infos zum eBook verschenken
0 °P sammeln

  • Format: PDF


In the current climate of increasing complexity and functionalintegration in all areas of engineering and technology, stabilityand control are becoming essential ingredients of engineeringknowledge. Many of today's products contain multipleengineering technologies, and what were once simple mechanical,hydraulic or pneumatic products now contain integrated electronicsand sensors. Control theory reduces these widely varied technicalcomponents into their important dynamic characteristics, expressedas transfer functions, from which the subtleties of dynamicbehaviours can be analyzed and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In the current climate of increasing complexity and functionalintegration in all areas of engineering and technology, stabilityand control are becoming essential ingredients of engineeringknowledge. Many of today's products contain multipleengineering technologies, and what were once simple mechanical,hydraulic or pneumatic products now contain integrated electronicsand sensors. Control theory reduces these widely varied technicalcomponents into their important dynamic characteristics, expressedas transfer functions, from which the subtleties of dynamicbehaviours can be analyzed and understood. Stability and Control of Aircraft Systems is aneasy-to-read and understand text that describes control theoryusing minimal mathematics. It focuses on simple rules, tools andmethods for the analysis and testing of feedback control systemsusing real systems engineering design and development examples. * Clarifies the design and development of feedback controlsystems * Communicates the theory in an accessible manner that does notrequire the reader to have a strong mathematical background * Illustrated throughout with figures and tables Stability and Control of Aircraft Systems provides boththe seasoned engineer and the graduate with the know-how necessaryto minimize problems with fielded systems in the area ofoperational performance.

Dieser Download kann aus rechtlichen Gründen nur mit Rechnungsadresse in A, D ausgeliefert werden.

  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 254
  • Erscheinungstermin: 02.11.2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780470058497
  • Artikelnr.: 37290157
Autorenporträt
Roy Langton has recently retired from his position as Vice-President, Engineering & Integrity at Parker Aerospace, where he was responsible for internal seminars & training into feedback control.
Inhaltsangabe
Series Preface. Preface. 1. Developing the Foundation. 1.1 Engineering Units. 1.1.1 International System of Units (SI). 1.1.2 US/Imperial Units System. 1.1.3 Comparing the SI and US/Imperial Units Systems. 1.2 Block Diagrams. 1.2.1 Examples of Summation (or Comparison) Devices. 1.3 Differential Equations. 1.3.1 Using the 'D' Notation. 1.4 Spring
Mass System Example. 1.4.1 The Standard Form of Second
order System Transfer Function. 1.5 Primer on Complex Numbers. 1.5.1 The Complex Sinusoid. 1.6 Chapter Summary. 2. Closing the Loop. 2.1 The Generic Closed Loop System. 2.1.1 The Simplest Form of Closed Loop System. 2.2 The Concept of Stability. 2.3 Response Testing of Control Systems. 2.4 The Integration Process. 2.5 Hydraulic Servo
actuator Example. 2.6 Calculating Frequency Response. 2.6.1 Frequency Response of a First
order Lag. 2.6.2 Frequency Response of a Second
order System. 2.7 Aircraft Flight Control System Example. 2.7.1 Control System Assumptions. 2.7.2 Open Loop Analysis. 2.7.3 Closed Loop Performance. 2.8 Alternative Graphical Methods for Response Analysis. 2.8.1 The Nyquist Diagram. 2.8.2 Deriving Closed Loop Response from Nyquist Diagrams. 2.8.3 The Nichols Chart. 2.8.4 Graphical Methods
Summary Comments and Suggestions. 2.9 Chapter Summary. 3. Control System Compensation Techniques. 3.1 Control System Requirements. 3.2 Compensation Methods. 3.2.1 Proportional Plus Integral Control. 3.2.2 Proportional Plus Integral Plus Derivative Control. 3.2.3 Lead
Lag Compensation. 3.2.4 Lag
Lead Compensation. 3.2.5 Feedback Compensation. 3.3 Applications of Control Compensation. 3.3.1 Proportional Plus Integral Example. 3.3.2 Lead
Lag Compensation Example. 3.3.3 Class 2 System Design Example. 3.4 Chapter Summary. 4. Introduction to Laplace Transforms. 4.1 An Overview of the Application of Laplace Transforms. 4.2 The Evolution of the Laplace Transform. 4.2.1 Proof of the General Case. 4.3 Applying Laplace Transforms to Linear Systems Analysis. 4.3.1 Partial Fractions. 4.4 Laplace Transforms
Summary of Key Points. 4.5 Root Locus. 4.5.1 Root Locus Construction Rules. 4.5.2 Connecting Root Locus to Conventional Linear Analysis. 4.6 Root Locus Example. 4.7 Chapter Summary. 5. Dealing with Nonlinearities. 5.1 Definition of Nonlinearity Types. 5.2 Continuous Nonlinearities. 5.2.1 Engine Fuel Control System Example. 5.3 Discontinuous Nonlinearities. 5.3.1 Stability Analysis with Discontinuous Nonlinearities. 5.4 The Transport Delay. 5.5 Simulation. 5.6 Chapter Summary. 6. Electronic Controls. 6.1 Analog Electronic Controls. 6.1.1 The Operational Amplifier. 6.1.2 Building Analog Control Algorithms. 6.2 The Digital Computer as a Dynamic Control Element. 6.2.1 Signal Conversion. 6.2.2 Digital Controller Architectures. 6.3 The Stability Impact of Digital Controls. 6.4 Digital Control Design Example. 6.5 Creating Digital Control Algorithms. 6.5.1 The Integrator. 6.5.2 The First
order Lag. 6.5.3 The Pseudo Derivative. 6.6 Chapter Summary. 7. Concluding Commentary. 7.1 An Overview of the Material. 7.2 Graphical Tools. 7.3 Compensation Techniques. 7.3.1 Integral Wind
up. 7.3.2 Avoid Using Pure Derivative Action. 7.3.3 Mechanical Stiffness Estimates are Always High. 7.4 Laplace Transforms and Root Locus Techniques. 7.5 Nonlinearities. 7.6 Digital Electronic Control. 7.7 The Way Forward. Index.
Rezensionen
"Armed with the details in this book a new practitioner could enter any control laboratory and be effective." ( The Aeronautical Journal , March 2008)