Control System Design Guide
Using Your Computer to Understand and Diagnose Feedback ControllersBy
- George Ellis
Control Systems Design Guide has helped thousands of engineers to improve machine performance. This fourth edition of the practical guide has been updated with cutting-edge control design scenarios, models and simulations enabling apps from battlebots to solar collectors.
This useful reference enhances coverage of practical applications via the inclusion of new control system models, troubleshooting tips, and expanded coverage of complex systems requirements, such as increased speed, precision and remote capabilities, bridging the gap between the complex, math-heavy control theory taught in formal courses, and the efficient implementation required in real industry settings.
George Ellis is Director of Technology Planning and Chief Engineer of Servo Systems at Kollmorgen Corporation, a leading provider of motion systems and components for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) around the globe. He has designed an applied motion control systems professionally for over 30 years He has written two well-respected books with Academic Press, Observers in Control Systems and Control System Design Guide, now in its fourth edition. He has contributed articles on the application of controls to numerous magazines, including Machine Design, Control Engineering, Motion Systems Design, Power Control and Intelligent Motion, and Electronic Design News.
Mechanical, electrical and industrial design engineers, and students preparing to enter these disciplines.
Hardbound, 520 Pages
Published: May 2012
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
"â¦the new addition in this edition, rapid control prototyping for a motion system, [is] both timely and useful in smoothing the transition from simulation to an embedded, hardware solution." -Zhiqiang Gao, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Advanced Control Technologies, Cleveland State University
Preface and Acknowledgments
Important Safety Guidelines for Readers
Chapter 1. Introduction to Controls
Chapter 2. The Frequency Domain
Chapter 3. Tuning a Control Systemâ
Chapter 4. Delay in Digital Controllersâ
Chapter 5. The z-Domain
Chapter 6. Six Types of Controllersâ
Chapter 7. Disturbance Responseâ
Chapter 8. Feed-Forwardâ
Chapter 9. Filters in Control Systemsâ
Chapter 10. Introduction to Observers in Control Systems
Chapter 11. Introduction to Modeling
Chapter 12. Nonlinear Behavior and Time Variation
Chapter 13. Model Development and Verification
Chapter 14. Encoders and Resolversâ
Chapter 15. Basics of the Electric Servomotor and Driveâ
Chapter 16. Compliance and Resonanceâ
Chapter 17. Position-Control Loopsâ
Chapter 18. Using the Luenberger Observer in Motion Controlâ
Chapter 19. Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) for a Motion System