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01.2 Feedback control system block diagrams

01.3 Introducing PID control

01.4 An interactive PID controller design

01.5 Exercises for Chapter 01 intro

02.2 Stability from the transfer function

02.3 Routh.Hurwitz criterion

02.4 Exercises for Chapter 02 stab

03.1 Transient response characteristics

03.2 Exact analytical trans response char of first. and second.order sys

03.3 Approx analytical transient response characteristics

03.5 Exercises for Chapter 03 trans

04.1 Steady.state error for unity feedback systems

04.2 Exercises for Chapter 04 steady

05.1 Root locus definition

05.2 Sketching the root locus

05.3 Generating the root locus via a computer

05.4 Exercises for Chapter 05 rlocus

06.1 Gain from the root locus

06.2 Proportional controller design (P)

06.3 Beyond proportional design

06.4 Proportional.integral (PI) controller design

06.5 Proportional.lag controller design

06.6 Proportional.derivative (PD) controller design

06.7 Proportional.lead design

06.8 Prop.integral.derivative controller design

06.9 Proportional.lead.lag controller design

06.10 Multiple derivative compensators

06.11 Exercises for Chapter 06 rldesign

06.12 Exercises for Chapter 06 rldesign

07.3 Bode plots for simple transfer functions

07.4 Sketching Bode plots

07.6 Stability from the Nyquist plot

07.7 Stability GM and PM from Bode plots

07.8 Relations among time and frequency domain reps

07.9 Exercises for Chapter 07 freq

08.1 Transient response design by adjusting the gain

08.2 Exercises for Chapter 08 freqd

09.1 Controller design method

09.2 Exercises for Chapter 09 ss