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This book provides insight and enhanced appreciation of analysis, modeling and control of dynamic systems. The reader is assumed to be familiar with calculus, physics and some programming skills. It might develop the reader's ability to interpret physical significance of mathematical results in system analysis. The book also prepares the reader for more advanced treatment of subsequent knowledge in the automatic control field. Learning objectives are performance-oriented, using for this purpose interactive MATLAB and SIMULINK software tools. It presents realistic problems in order to analyze,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book provides insight and enhanced appreciation of analysis, modeling and control of dynamic systems. The reader is assumed to be familiar with calculus, physics and some programming skills. It might develop the reader's ability to interpret physical significance of mathematical results in system analysis. The book also prepares the reader for more advanced treatment of subsequent knowledge in the automatic control field. Learning objectives are performance-oriented, using for this purpose interactive MATLAB and SIMULINK software tools. It presents realistic problems in order to analyze, design and develop automatic control systems. Learning with computing tools can aid theory and help students to think, analyze and reason in meaningful ways. The book is also complemented with classroom slides and MATLAB and SIMULINK exercise files to aid students to focus on fundamental concepts treated.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 80018915
  • Erscheinungstermin: 20. April 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 247mm x 164mm x 18mm
  • Gewicht: 535g
  • ISBN-13: 9783642202292
  • ISBN-10: 3642202292
  • Artikelnr.: 33160918
Autorenporträt
Javier  Fernandez de Canete: http://www.isa.uma.es/C3/canete/default.aspx Cipriano Galindo received his MSc (2001) and PhD (2006) degress from the University of Málaga, Spain. He is currently an assistant professor at the System Engineering and Automation Department at the University of Málaga. http://www.isa.uma.es/C17/cipriano/default.aspx Inmaculada Garcia Moral: http://www.isa.uma.es/C1/gmoral/default.aspx
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction to Systems
System Concept
Systems Classification
Static/Dynamic
Stochastic/Deterministic
Continuous/Discrete/Event Discrete
Closed/Open Loop
Systems Description
External Description
Internal Description
System Modeling
System Model
System Dynamic Equations
Electrical Systems
Mechanical Systems
Hydraulic Systems
Thermal Systems
Hybrid Systems
System Description
Continuous Time Systems
Linear and Invariant Time Systems
Systems Linearization
Laplace Transform
Direct Laplace Transform
Inverse Laplace Transform
Transfer Function
The State Space Approach
Relation Between Transfer Function and State Space Approaches
Block Diagrams
System Response Analysis
System Time Response
System Transient Response
Root Locus
Identification
First-order System Identification
Second-order System Identification
System Stability
System Stationary Response
Steady-state error for step reference
Steady-state error for ramp reference
Introduction to Control Systems
Control Systems
Basic Control Actions
PID Controller
Proportional Control
Integral Control
Derivative Control
PID Summary
Design of Controllers. Ziegler-Nichols techniques
Ziegler-Nichols technique in open loop
Ziegler-Nichols technique in close loop
Applications
System Simulation
Simulation Objectives
Numerical Methods
Explicit Numerical Methods
Implicit Numerical Methods
Multistep Numerical Methods
Integration Step Selection
Systems Simulation in SIMULINK
Systems Simulation in SIMSCAPE
Applications
Appendix A: The MATLAB System Control Toolbox
Creation of Models
Transfer Function
Zeros, Poles and Gain
State Space
Access to Model Data
Building Complex Models
Conversion between models
Time Response
Appendix B: The rltool Interactive Tutorial
Appendix C: The SIMULINK Interactive Tutorial
Introduction
Creating a Model
SIMULINK Libraries
Continuous Library
Source Library
Sinks Library
Math Operations Library
Lookup Table Library
Discontinuities Library
Signal Routing Library
Ports and Subsystems Library
User-defined Functions Library
Additional Linear Library
Appendix D: The SIMSCAPE Modeling Environment Tutorial
Introduction
Creating a Model
SIMSCAPE Libraries
Electrical Library
Hydraulic Library
Mechanical Library
Thermal Library
Physical Signal Library
Utilities Library
Rezensionen
From the reviews:

"This well-written textbook contains many illustrations, figures, and worked examples. Furthermore, helpful hints to the use of software tools are given. The book can be recommended for introductory courses in systems analysis and automatic control." (Kurt Marti, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1221, 2011)