Digital Control Applications Illustrated with MATLAB® covers the modeling, analysis, and design of linear discrete control systems. Illustrating all topics using the micro-computer implementation of digital controllers aided by MATLAB®, Simulink®, and FEEDBACK<<®, this practical text:
- Describes the process of digital control, followed by a review of Z-transforms, feedback control concepts, and s-to-z plane conversions, mappings, signal sampling, and data reconstruction
- Presents mathematical representations of discrete systems affected by the use of advances in computing methodologies and the advent of computers
- Demonstrates state-space representations and the construction of transfer functions and their corresponding discrete equivalents
- Explores steady-state and transient response analysis using Root-Locus, as well as frequency response plots and digital controller design using Bode Plots
- Explains the design approach, related design processes, and how to evaluate performance criteria through simulations and the review of classical designs
- Studies advances in the design of compensators using the discrete equivalent and elucidates stability tests using transformations
- Employs test cases, real-life examples, and drill problems to provide students with hands-on experience suitable for entry-level jobs in the industry
Digital Control Applications Illustrated with MATLAB® is an ideal textbook for digital control courses at the advanced undergraduate and graduate level.
Table of Contents
Digital Control Introduction and Overview. Mathematical Models of Discrete Systems. Performance Criteria and the Design Process. Compensator Design via Discrete Equivalent. Compensator Design via Direct Methods. State-Variable Feedback Design Methods. Advanced Design Methods. Estimation of System State. Implementation Issues in Digital Control.
Hemchandra Madhusudan Shertukde, SM’92, IEEE, holds a B.Tech from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, as well as an MS and Ph.D in electrical engineering with a specialty in controls and systems engineering from the University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA. Currently, he is professor of electrical and computer engineering for the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) at University of Hartford, Connecticut, USA. He is also senior lecturer at the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), New Haven, Connecticut, USA. The principal inventor of two commercialized patents, he has published several journal articles and written three solo books.
Dr. Shertukde is the recipient of the 2017 IEEE EAB/SA Standards Education Award, 2017 IEEE-PES CT Chapter Outstanding Engineer Award, and the 2016 IEEE Award as the Chair of the Working Group C.5.159. He continues to be in leadership positions for several other Working Groups enabling IEEE-TC to publish different standards and User's Guides for Electrical Power Transformers.