Presenting a unified modeling approach to demonstrate the common components inherent in all physical systems, Control Strategies for Dynamic Systems comprehensively covers the theory, design, and implementation of analog, digital, and advanced control systems for electronic, aeronautical, automotive, and industrial applications. Detailing advanced tools and strategies used to analyze controller performance, the book summarizes hardware and software utilization; frequency response and root locus methods; the evaluation of PID, phase-lag, and phase-lead controllers; and the effect of disturbances and command inputs on steady-state errors. It also includes numerous case studies and MATLAB® examples.
Modeling dynamic systems; analysis methods for dynamic systems; analogue control system performance; analogue control system design; analogue control system components; digital control systems; digital control systems performance; digital control system design; digital control system components; advanced design techniques and controllers; applied control methods for fluid power systems. Appendices: useful mathematical formulas; Laplace transform table; general Matlab commands; answers to selected problems.