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Multivariable Feedback Control Analysis and Design

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ISBN-10: 0471943304

ISBN-13: 9780471943303

Edition: 1995

Authors: Sigurd Skogestad, Ian Postlethwaite

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List price: $120.00
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/6/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 572
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.046
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
The process of control system design
The control problem
Transfer functions
Scaling
Deriving linear models
Notation
Classical Feedback Control
Frequency response
Feedback control
Closed-loop stability
Evaluating closed-loop performance
Controller design
Loop shaping
IMC design procedure and PID control for stable plants
Shaping closed-loop transfer functions
Conclusion
Introduction to Multivariable Control
Introduction
Transfer functions for MIMO systems
Multivariable frequency response analysis
Relative Gain Array(RGA)
Control of multivariable plants
Introduction to multivariable RHP-zeros
Introduction to MIMO robustness
General control problem formulation
Additional exercises
Conclusion
Elements of Linear System Theory
System descriptions
State controllability and state observability
Stability
Poles
Zeros
Some important remarks on poles and zeros
Internal stability of feedback systems
Stabilizing controllers
Stability analysis in the frequency domain
System norms
Conclusion
Limitations on Performance in Siso Systems
Input-Output Controllability
Fundamental limitations on sensitivity
Fundamental limitations: Bounds on peaks
Perfect control and plant inversion
Ideal ISE optimal control
Limitations imposed by time delays
Limitations imposed by RHP-zeros
Limitations imposed b y phase lag
Limitations imposed by unstable(RHP) poles
Performance requirements imposed by disturbances and commands
Limitations imposed by input constraints
Limitations imposed by uncertainty
Summary: Controllability analysis with feedback control
Summary: Controllability analysis with feed forward control
Applications of controllability analysis
Conclusion
Limitations on Performance in Mimo Systems
Introduction
Fundamental limitations on sensitivity
Fundamental limitations: Bounds on peaks
Functional controllability
Limitations imposed by time delays
Limitations imposed by RHP-zeros
Limitations imposed by unstable(RHP) poles
Performance requirements imposed by disturbances
Limitations imposed by input constraints
Limitations imposed by uncertainty
MIMO Input-output controllability
Conclusion
Uncertainty and Robustness for Siso Systems
Introduction to robustness
Representing uncertainty
Parametric uncertainty
Representing uncertainty in the frequency domain
SISO Robust stability
SISO Robust performance
Additional exercises
Conclusion
Robust Stability and Performance Analysis for Mimosystems
General control configuration with uncertainty
Representing uncertainty
Obtaining -, - and -
Definitions of robust stability and robust performance
Robust stability of the---structure
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