This text on control engineering includes conventional topics within a traditional organization, showing how modern control theory builds on classical methods. Topics such as transient response, the root-locus method and analogue computers are covered.
Introduction to automatic controls; representation of control components; representation of control systems; steady-state operations; laplace transforms; transient response; the root-locus method; analog computers; state-space methods; digital-control systems; frequency-response methods; system compensation. Appendices: equilibrium flow; Fourier series, Fourier integral and the laplace transform.
Automatic Control Engineering by Francis H. Raven
Francis H. Raven
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