Modern Control Systems, Global Edition (13e) : 9781292152974

Modern Control Systems, Global Edition (13e)

Dorf & Bishop
 
Edition
 
13
ISBN
 
9781292152974
ISBN 10
 
1292152974
Published
 
14/12/2016
Published by
 
Pearson Higher Ed USA
Pages
 
1032
Format
 
Available on demand
 
Title type
Book
$141.99
 
 
Title type
 
$60.00
 
 
Description

For courses in Control Theory

 

Developing Problem-Solving Skills Through Integrated Design and Analysis

The purpose of Dorf’s Modern Control Systems, 13th Edition is to present the structure of feedback control theory and to provide a sequence of exciting discoveries. The book demonstrates various real-world, global engineering problems while touching on evolving design strategies like green technology. Some of the themes at-hand include climate change, clean water, sustainability, waste management, emissions reduction, and minimising energy. Throughout the text, students apply theory to the design and analysis of control systems.

 

The 13th Edition continues to explore the role of and need for automated and precise control systems in green engineering. Key examples of green engineering, such as wind turbine control and the modeling of a photovoltaic generator to achieve maximum power delivery, are discussed in detail. The text is organised around the concept of control systems theory in the context of frequency and time domains. Written to be equally useful for all engineering disciplines, it covers topics such as classical control, employing root locus design, frequency and response design using Bode and Nyquist plots.

Table of contents
  • 1. Introduction to Control Systems
  • 2. Mathematical Models of Systems
  • 3. State Variable Models
  • 4. Feedback Control System Characteristics
  • 5. The Performance of Feedback Control Systems
  • 6. The Stability of Linear Feedback Systems
  • 7. The Root Locus Method
  • 8. Frequency Response Methods
  • 9. Stability in the Frequency Domain
  • 10. The Design of Feedback Control Systems
  • 11. The Design of State Variable Feedback Systems
  • 12. Robust Control Systems
  • 13. Digital Control Systems

 

New to this edition

Modern Control Systems offers the following features to facilitate learning:

 

Topics and activities introduce students to the exciting and challenging field of control engineering

  • Activities and Curriculum teach future engineers the importance of green technology design and how it minimizes pollution and improves the environment.
  • Coverage of the evolution of the Internet of Things, a network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors and connectivity used in control engineering. Each of the devices on the network possess an embedded computer that connects to the Internet and is of great interest to control engineers.
  • Interactive e-textbook is now available for additional support to students.
  • A companion website is available to students and faculty using this edition. It contains many resources including all of the m-files in the book, Laplace and z-transform tables and much more.
  • 980 end-of-chapter exercises, problems, advanced problems, design problems, and computer problems explore all aspects of modern control systems.
  • Skills Check sections provide three sets of problems to test students’ knowledge of the chapter material.
  • Rear chapters present introductions into more advanced topics of robust control and digital control, as well as an entire chapter devoted to the design of feedback control systems with a focus on practical industrial lead and lag compensator structures.

UPDATED! Current topics explore areas like robust control systems and system sensitivity, state variable models, controllability and observability, computer control systems, internal model control, robust PID controllers, and computer-aided design and analysis.

  • At least one design problem in each chapter addresses the interest in design of ABET and industry.
  • A companion website www.pearsonhighered.com/dorf is available to students and faculty using the textbook. The website contains all the m-files in the book, Laplace and z-transform tables, written materials on matrix algebra and complex numbers, symbols, units, and conversion factors, and an introduction to the LabVIEW MathScript RT Module. An icon appears in the book margin whenever there is additional related material on the website.
  • The Pearson eText is a complete online version of the book that includes highlighting, note-taking, and search capabilities.
  • Frequency and time-domain methods include robust control design and an introduction to digital control systems.
  • Coverage of computer-aided design and analysis using MATLAB® and LabVIEW MathScriptappears throughout the text and in end-of-chapter examples and problems.

Features & benefits

Modern Control Systems offers the following features to facilitate learning:

NEW! Topics and activities introduce students to the exciting and challenging field of control engineering

  • NEW! Activities and Curriculum teach future engineers the importance of green technology design and how it minimises pollution and improves the environment.
  • NEW! Coverage of the evolution of the Internet of Things, a network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors and connectivity used in control engineering. Each of the devices on the network possess an embedded computer that connects to the Internet and is of great interest to control engineers.
  • NEW! 980 end-of-chapter exercises, problems, advanced problems, design problems, and computer problems explore all aspects of modern control systems.
  • NEW! Skills Check sections provide three sets of problems to test students’ knowledge of the chapter material.
  • NEW! Rear chapters present introductions into more advanced topics of robust control and digital control, as well as an entire chapter devoted to the design of feedback control systems with a focus on practical industrial lead and lag compensator structures.

UPDATED! Current topics explore areas like robust control systems and system sensitivity, state variable models, controllability and observability, computer control systems, internal model control, robust PID controllers, and computer-aided design and analysis.