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1 Introduction to Control Systems
Introduction to Control Systems
1.1 Control Systems Applications
1.1.1 Brief History
1.1.2 The Challenges of Control Systems
1.1.3 An Example — The Space Shuttle
1.1.4 The Benefits of Studying Control
1.2 Describing Control Systems
1.2.1 The Control System
1.2.2 Description of Input and Output
1.2.3 Advantages of Control Systems
1.2.4 Open-Loop Systems
1.2.5 Closed-Loop Systems
1.2.6 Computer-Controlled Systems
Computer-Controlled Systems
2 Introduction to the Analysis and Design Process
Introduction to the Analysis and Design Process
Control systems analysis and design objectives
– Transient response
2.1 Control Systems Analysis and Design Objectives
2.1.1 Transient Response
2.1.2 Steady-state accuracy
2.1.3 Stability
2.2 An Example of a Closed-Loop System
2.2.1 Antenna Azimuth Position Control
2.2.2 Block Schematic Diagram
2.2.3 Transient Performance
2.2.4 Steady-state error
2.3 The Design and Analysis Sequence
1. Determine a physical system from the requirements
2. Transform the physical system into a schematic
2.3.1 Determine a Physical System from the Requirements
2.3.2 Transform the Physical System into a Schematic
2.3.3 Mathematical Models for the Schematic
2.3.4 Block Diagram Reduction
2.3.5 Analysis and Design
3 Modelling the Azimuth Position Control System
3.1 The Schematic for the Plant
3.2 Mechanical Side
3.3 Effect of the Gearbox
3.3.1 An Ideally Matched Gearbox
3.4 Electrical Side
3.4.1 Armature-Voltage Controlled DC Motor
3.5 Coupling Constants
3.6 The Rest of the Control System
3.6.1 Position sensors
3.6.2 Velocity sensors
3.6.3 Pre-amplifier
3.6.4 Power Amplifier
3.6.5 Block Diagram of Plant
3.7 Velocity control system
4.1 Poles and Zeros and System Response
4.2 First-Order System Responses and Specifications
4.2.1 The significance ofa
4.2.2 Time Constant
4.2.3 Rise TimeT
4.2.4 Settling TimeT
4.3.2 Underdamped Response
4.3.3 Undamped Response
4.3.4 Critically Damped System
4.4 The General Second-Order Response
4.4.1 Definitions
4.4.2 Derivation of Formulae
4.4.3 Pole-zero locations
4.4.4 Further analysis for underdamped second-order systems
4.5 The Specification of Second-Order Response
4.5.1 Evaluation ofT
4.5.2 Evaluation of
4.5.3 Evaluation ofT
4.6 Relating Response Specifications to Pole Locations in thes - Plane
4.6.1 Effect of moving poles along design curves
5.2 Unity-gain feedback
5.3 Closed-loop transient performance
5.4 The Root-Locus: A Preview
6 Stability
6.1 What is stability?
6.2 How do we determine if a system is stable?
6.2.1 Stability
6.2.2 Instability
6.2.3 Marginal stability
6.3 Testing for Stability
6.4 The Hurwitz Criterion
6.5 The Routh-Hurwitz Stability Criterion
6.5.1 The Routh array
6.5.2 The Routh-Hurwitz Test
6.6 Special Cases
6.6.1 A Zero in the first column
6.6.2 An Entire row is zero
6.6.3 Interpretation of a row of zeros
6.8 Relative Stability
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