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1.1 Feedback control system
1.4 Loop gain and phasefrequency responses
1.4.1 Gain and phase responses
1.4.2 Nyquist diagram
1.4.3 Nicholschart
1.7 Effect of feedback ontheactuatornonlinearity
1.8 Sensitivity
1.9 Effectoffiniteplantparametervariations
1.10 Automatic signallevelcontrol
1.11 Lead and PID compensators
1.12 Conclusion and a lookahead
1.13 Problems
2.1 Command feedforward
2.2 Prefilter and thefeedbackpathequivalent
2.3 Error feedforward
2.4 Black's feedforward method
2.5 Multiloop feedback systems
2.7 Crossed loops and main/vernier loops
2.9 MIMO feedback systems
3.1.1Approximate relations
3.1.2 Filters
3.3 Root locus
Nyquist stability criterion
3.5 Robustness and stabilitymargins
3.7 Successiveloopclosurestabilitycriterion
3.9 Bode integrals
3.9.2 Integral of feedback
3.9.3 Integral ofresistance
3.9.4 Integral of the imaginary part
3.9.5 Gainintegral over finite bandwidth
3.9.6 Phase-gain relation
3.10 Phase calculations
3.11 From the Nyquist diagram to the Bode diagram
3.13 Ladder networks and parallel connections ofm.p.links
3.14 Problems
4.1 Optimality of the compensatordesign
4.2 Feedback maximization
4.2.5 Bode cutoff
4.2.6 Band-pass systems
4.2.7 Nyquist-stable systems
4.3 Feedback bandwidth limitations
4.3.1Feedback bandwidth
4.3.7 Unstable plants
4.4 Coupling in MIMOsystems
4.5 Shaping parallel channel responses
4.6 Problems
COMPENSATOR DESIGN
5.2 Asymptotic Bode diagram
5.3 Approximation of constant-slope gainresponse
5.4 Lead and lag links
5.6 Cascaded links
5.8 Simulation of a PIDcontroller
Analog and digital controllers
5.10.1Discretetrapezoidal integrator
5.10.2 LaplaceandTustin transforms
5.10.3 Design sequence
5.10.5 Compensatordesignexample
5.10.6 Aliasing and noise
5.10.7 Transfer function for the fundamental
5.12 Problems
ANALOGCONTROLLERIMPLEMENTATION
6.1 Active RC circuits
6.1.1Operational amplifier
6.1.3 Noninverting configuration
6.1.6 Active RCfilters
6.1.7 Nonlinearlinks
6.4 Switched-capacitor filters
6.4.1Switched-capacitor circuits
6.5 Miscellaneoushardwareissues
6.5.2 Signal transmission
6.6 PID tunable controller
6.6.2 TID compensator
6.9 Problems
LINEAR LINKS ANDSYSTEMSIMULATION
7.1 Mathematical analogies
7.1.2 Electrical analogyto heat transfer
7.1.3 Hydraulicsystems
7.2 Junctions of unilateral links
7.2.2 Junction variables
Large feedback with velocity and forcesensors
7.4.2 Blackman'sformula
7.4.3 Parallel feedback
7.4.4 Series feedback
7.6.6 Coulomb friction
7.8 Flexible structures
7.8.2 Lossless distributed structures
7.8.3 Collocatedcontrol
7.8.4 Non-collocatedcontrol
7.9 Sensor noise
7.9.1Motion sensors
7.9.1.2Rate sensors
7.9.1.3 Accelerometers
7.9.1.4 Noiseresponses
7.9.2 Effect of feedback on the signal-to-noiseratio
7.10 Mathematical analogies to thefeedbacksystem
Feedback-to-parallel-channel analogy
7.11 Linear time-variablesystems
OF CONTROLLERDESIGN
8.1 QFT
8.3 State-space methods and full-state feedback
8.4 LQRandLQG
ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS
9.1 Benefits of adaptation to the plantparametervariations
9.2 Static and dynamic adaptation
9.3 Plant transfer function identification
9.5 Disturbance and noise rejection
9.7 Adaptive filters
PROVISION OF GLOBAL STABILITY
10.2 Typesofself-oscillation
10.3 Stability analysis of nonlinear systems
10.3.1Local linearization
10.3.2 Global stability
10.6 Applications ofPopovcriterion
10.6.1Low-pass system with maximum feedback
10.6.2. Band-pass system with maximum feedback
10.7.1 Nonlineardynamic compensator
10.7.3 Designexamples
10.8 Problems
DESCRIBING FUNCTIONS
11.1 Harmonic balance
11.1.2 Harmonic balanceaccuracy
11.5 Nonlinear links yielding phase advance for large-amplitude
11.7 NDC with a single nonlinear nondynamiclink
11.8 NDC with parallel channels
feedbackloops
11.12 NDC in multiloop systems
11.13 Harmonics and intermodulation
11.13.1Harmonics
11.13.2 Intermodulation
11.14 Verification of global stability
11.15 Problems
PROCESS INSTABILITY
12.1 Process instability
12.3 Jump-resonance
12.4 Subharmonics
12.4.1Odd subharmonics
12.4.2 Second subharmonic
12.6 Problems
MULTI-WINDOWCONTROLLERS
multi-window controllers
13.1 Composite nonlinear controllers
13.2 Multi-windowcontrol
13.6 Acquisition and tracking
13.7 Time-optimal control
13.8 Examples
13.9 Problems
Appendix 1 Feedback control,elementarytreatment
Al.l Introduction
A1.2 Feedback control, elementary treatment
Al.2.1 Feedbackblockdiagram
Al.2.2 Feedback control
Al.2.3 Links
A1.3 Why control cannot be perfect
Al.3.1 Dynamiclinks
Al.4.1 Self-oscillation
Al.4.3 Control system design usingfrequencyresponses
Al.4.5 Disturbance rejection
Al.4.6 Conclusion
A1.5 New words
Appendix 2 Frequency responses
A2.1 Frequencyresponses
A2.4 Laplace transfer function
A2.5 Poles and zeros of transfer functions
A2.7 Time-responses
A2.8 Problems
Appendix 4 Derivation of Bode integrals
A4.2 Integral oftheimaginary part
A4.3 General relation
Appendix 6 Generic single-loop feedback system
Appendix 9 Balanced bridge feedback
Appendix 10 Phase-gain relation for describingfunctions
Appendix 11 Discussions
Compensator implementation
A11.2 Feedback: positive and negative
A11.4 Elements (links) of the feedback system
A11.6 The Nyquist stabilitycriterion
A11.7 Actuator's output impedance
A11.8 Integral of feedback
All.11 What limits the feedback?
All.12 Feedback maximization
A11.13 Feedback maximization inmulti-loopsystems
All.14 Nonminimum phase functions
All.15 Feedback control design procedure
All.16 Global stability and absolute stability
All.17 Describing functionandnonlineardynamic compensation
A11.19 MIMO systems
A11.20 The Bode's book
Appendix 13 Examples
A13.1 Industrial furnace temperature control
A13.3 Rocket boosternutationcontrol
A13.4 Telecommunicationrepeaterwith an NDC
A13.7 Telecommunication repeater
A13.8 Distributed regulators
A13.9 Saturn V S-IC flightcontrolsystem
A13.ll Attitude control ofsolarpanels
A13.13 Pathlength control ofanopticaldelay line
Appendix 14 Bode Step toolbox
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Classical Feedback Control With MATLAB - Boris J. Lurie and Paul J. Enright

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