Quantitative Feedback Theory: Fundamentals and Applications

Constantine H. Houpis, quot;Quantitative Feedback Theory: Fundamentals and Applicationsquot;
CRC | 1999 | ISBN: 0824778723 | 434 pages | File type: PDF | 15,7 mb
Provides current information and thoroughly investigates the interface between the technical literature's theoretical results and the problems that practicing engineers and engineering students faceeveryday on the job. DLC: Feedback control systems.

An investigation of the interface between the technical literature's theoretical results and the problems that practising engineers face - and that engineering students will face - every day on the job. It demonstrates the extensive applications of quantitative feedback theory and seeks to bridge the gap between theory and practice. The book contains a user's manual and QFT design program on CD-ROM, to provide faster, easier access to design applications.

This first edition of Quantitative Feedback Theory gained enormous popularity by successfully bridging the gap between theory and real-world engineering practice. Avoiding mathematical theorems, lemmas, proofs, and correlaries, it boiled down to the essential elements of quantitative feedback theory (QFT) necessary to readily analyze, develop, and implement robust control systems. This text presents a control system design based on quantitative feedbacktheory (QFT) which is a very powerful design method when plant parameters vary over a broad range of operating conditions. It incorporates the concept of designing a robust control system that maintains the desired system performance, not only over a prescribed region of plant parameter uncertainty, but also with a degree of control effector failures. The authors believe that this method has proven its applicability to the design of practical MISO and MIMO control sys-tems with low order compensators (controllers) with minimal gain. This textbook provides students of control engineering and the practicing control engineer with aclear, unambiguous, and relevant account of the QFT technique. The text is arranged so that it can also be used for self-study by the engineering practice. Included are examples of feedback control systems in various areas of practice (electrical, aeronautical, mechanical, etc.) while maintaining a strong basic QFT text that can be used for study in any of the various branches of engineering. The computer-aided-design (CAD) packages of App. A through C permit to assist a control engineer in applying the QFTdesign method.


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