Control Systems Engineering – Norman Nise – 6th Edition

Description

Highly regarded for its accessible writing and practical case studies, Control Systems Engineering is the most widely adopted for this core course in and programs. This new sixth edition has been revised and updated with 20% new problems and greater emphasis on computer-aided .

The study of Control Systems Engineering is essential for students pursuing in Electrical, Electronics, mechanical, aerospace, bio-medical or engineering. Control Systems Engineering emphasizes the practical application of the subject to analysis and design of feedback systems.

Table of Content

Introduction
Modeling in the frequency domain
Time domain modeling
Time response
Reducing multiple subsystems
Stability
Steady state errors
Root Locus Techniques
Roots locus design
Frequency Response Techniques
Design by frequency response
Design through state space
Digital control systems

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