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• ...h the intention of providing the context for current tools in feedback and control. Much of the material in this chapter is adopted from {{bibcite|Mur03}} an * 2. What is Control?
5 KB (734 words) - 21:40, 23 November 2012
• ...he-envelope techniques, to recognize fundamental limitations and difficult control problems and to have a feel for available design methods. ...ll probably need to set aside some time to update lectures, homework sets, exercises and notation.
8 KB (1,209 words) - 14:37, 13 January 2011
• {{chheader|Frequency Domain Analysis|PID Control|Frequency Domain Design}} ...back for control systems design. We discuss the basic concepts behind PID control and the methods for choosing the PID gains.
6 KB (844 words) - 04:23, 19 November 2012
• used throughout the text and in exercises to illustrate different * 1. [[Cruise control]]
4 KB (602 words) - 11:18, 2 September 2016
• ...t is mainly intended for use by people who are generating solutions to the exercises. Instructors can also use this page to see what problems have solutions av ...ng for solutions to the exercises, you won't find them here. Solutions to exercises are available to course instructors by contacting {{PUP}}.
27 KB (4,442 words) - 13:24, 19 August 2008
• {{errata typo|rev=2.11b|page=178|line=-12|title=In Example 6.4, the initial control signal is u(0) = k_r r = \omega_c^2 r}} ...0d|page=220|line=-12|title=Above displayed equation for the gain scheduled control law, $e$ should be replaced by $z$}}
35 KB (5,767 words) - 00:23, 21 September 2019
• ...system in Figure 1.13. Using trial and error, change the parameters of the control law so that the overshoot in speed is not more than 1 m/s for a vehicle wit Download the [[cruise control]] simulation, which contains a SIMULINK model of a simple speed controller,
2 KB (334 words) - 02:30, 6 April 2008
• This page documents the cruise control system that is used as a running example throughout the text. A detailed d ...d in 1958 as an option on the Chrysler Imperial. The basic operation of a cruise controller is to sense the speed of the vehicle, compare this speed to a de
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