# Feedback Control Systems, 5th edition

• Charles L. Phillips
• John Parr

5th edition

Feedback Control Systems

ISBN-13: 9780131866140

Includes: Hardcover
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### What's included

• Hardcover

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## Overview

Feedback Control Systems, 5e offers a thorough analysis of the principles of classical and modern feedback control in language that can be understood by students and practicing engineers with no prior background in the subject matter. Organized into three sections–linear analog control systems, linear digital control systems, and nonlinear analog control systems–this text helps readers understand the difference between mathematical models and the physical systems that the models represent. The Fifth edition provides a new introduction to modern control analysis and design for digital systems, the addition of emulation methods of design for digital control, and numerous other updates.

KEY TOPICS: The authors organize topic coverage into three sections–linear analog control systems, linear digital control systems, and nonlinear analog control systems, using the advanced features of MATLAB throughout the book

MARKET: For practicing engineers with some experience in linear-system analysis, who want to learn about control systems.

1    INTRODUCTION

1.1  The Control Problem

1.2  Examples of Control Systems

1.3  Short History of Control

References

2    MODELS OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS

2.1  System Modeling

2.2  Electrical Circuits

2.3  Block Diagrams and Signal Flow Graphs

2.4  Masonís Gain Formula

2.5  Mechanical Translational Systems

2.6  Mechanical Rotational Systems

2.7  Electromechanical Systems

2.8  Sensors

2.9  Temperature-control System

2.10 Analogous Systems

2.11 Transformers and Gears

2.12 Robotic Control System

2.13 System Identification

2.14 Linearization

2.15 Summary

References

Problems

3    STATE-VARIABLE MODELS

3.1  State-Variable Modeling

3.2  Simulation Diagrams

3.3  Solution of State Equations

3.4  Transfer Functions

3.5  Similarity Transformations

3.6  Digital Simulation

3.7  Controls Software

3.8  Analog Simulation

3.9  Summary

References

Problems

4    SYSTEM RESPONSES

4.1  Time Response of First-Order Systems

4.2  Time Response of Second-order Systems

4.3  Time Response Specifications in Design

4.4  Frequency Response of Systems

4.5  Time and Frequency Scaling

4.6  Response of Higher-order Systems

4.7  Reduced-order Models

4.8  Summary

References

Problems

5    CONTROL SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS

5.1  Closed-loop Control System

5.2  Stability

5.3  Sensitivity

5.4  Disturbance Rejection