MATLAB basics and commands explained
Concepts of control systems engineering using MATLAB developed
Easy to understand methodology presented for each type of design problem
Numerous worked out examples provided for analysis and design of control systems
MATLAB for Control System Engineers is designed as an introductory undergraduate or graduate course for science and engineering students of all disciplines. Control systems engineering is a multidisciplinary subject and presents a control engineering methodology based on mathematical fundamentals and stresses physical system modeling. The classical methods of control systems engineering are covered here using MATLAB software: matrix analysis, Laplace transforms and transfer functions, root locus analysis and design, frequency response methods of analysis including Bode, Nyquist, and Nichols, second order systems approximations, phase and gain margin and bandwidth, and state space variable method. Presentations are limited to linear, time-invariant continuous systems.
The numerous worked examples (over 400 problems and solutions) are intended to provide the reader with an awareness of the general applicability of control theory using MATLAB. An extensive bibliography to guide the students to further sources of information on control systems engineering using MATLAB is provided at the end of the book.
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Rao V Dukkipati retired as Professor and Chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Fairfield University, Connecticut, USA. He served as an adjunct professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. He gained his doctorate from Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA in 1973. His specialized areas of teaching and research include mechanical design, mechanics, vibrations, control systems, economy and reliability, quality control improvement and management, vehicle dynamics, and accident reconstruction. He has to his credit over 300 technical papers and 50 books, and is a fellow of ASME and CSME.
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