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Norman S. Nise
Norman S. Nise

Control Systems Engineering,

5 th Edition

Norman S. Nise Control Systems Engineering, 5 t h Edition
Chapter 1
Chapter 1
Chapter 1 BASIC CONTROL SYSTEM CONCEPTS

BASIC CONTROL SYSTEM CONCEPTS

1.1 INTRODUCTION  Control System Definition 3
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 INTRODUCTION

Control System Definition

1.1 INTRODUCTION  Control System Definition 3
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ADVANTAGES OF CONTROL SYSTEMS 5
ADVANTAGES OF CONTROL SYSTEMS
ADVANTAGES OF CONTROL
SYSTEMS
ADVANTAGES OF CONTROL SYSTEMS 5
ADVANTAGES OF CONTROL SYSTEMS 5
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1.2 A HISTORY OF CONTROL SYSTEMS  Liquid-Level Control  Steam Pressure and Temperature Controls
1.2 A HISTORY OF CONTROL SYSTEMS
1.2 A HISTORY OF CONTROL
SYSTEMS

Liquid-Level Control

Steam Pressure and Temperature Controls Speed Control

Stability, Stabilization, and Steering

Twentieth-Century Developments Contemporary Applications

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1.3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS  Open-Loop Systems 10
1.3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
1.3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS

Open-Loop Systems

1.3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS  Open-Loop Systems 10
 Closed-Loop (Feedback Control) Systems  Computer-Controlled Systems 11
 Closed-Loop (Feedback Control) Systems  Computer-Controlled Systems 11

Closed-Loop (Feedback Control) Systems

 Closed-Loop (Feedback Control) Systems  Computer-Controlled Systems 11

Computer-Controlled Systems

1.4 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OBJECTIVES  Transient Response 12
1.4 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OBJECTIVES
1.4 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
OBJECTIVES

Transient Response

1.4 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OBJECTIVES  Transient Response 12
 Steady-State Response  Stability  Other Considerations 13
 Steady-State Response  Stability  Other Considerations 13

Steady-State Response

Stability

 Steady-State Response  Stability  Other Considerations 13

Other Considerations

1.5 THE DESIGN PROCESS
1.5 THE DESIGN PROCESS
1.5 THE DESIGN PROCESS 14
 Step 1: Transform requirements into a Physics system  Step 2: Draw a function
 Step 1: Transform requirements into a Physics system  Step 2: Draw a function

Step 1: Transform requirements into a Physics

system Step 2: Draw a function block diagram

Step 3: Create a Schematic

Step 4: Develop a mathematical model (block diagram)

Draw a function block diagram  Step 3: Create a Schematic  Step 4: Develop a
 Step 5: Reduce the block diagram  Step 6: Analyze and design 16
 Step 5: Reduce the block diagram  Step 6: Analyze and design 16

Step 5: Reduce the block diagram

 Step 5: Reduce the block diagram  Step 6: Analyze and design 16

Step 6: Analyze and design

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1.6 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN  MATLAB 18
1.6 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
1.6 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN

MATLAB