Modern Control Engineering – Katsuhiko Ogata – 4th Edition


This book presents a complete treatment of the analysis and design of control systems. Written for an advanced level of engineering (mechanical, electrical, aerospace and chemistry) is aimed at students who take the first course of control systems and have a basic knowledge of differential equations, matrix calculation, circuit analysis and mechanics.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to control systems.
Chapter 2: The Laplace Transform.
Chapter 3: Mathematical model of linear systems.
Chapter 4: Analysis of the transient response.
Chapter 5: Basic Control Actions and Responses to Control Systems.
Chapter 6: Analysis of the locus of roots.
Chapter 7: Design of control systems using the root locus method.
Chapter 8: Analysis of frequency response.
Chapter 9: Design of Control Systems by Frequency Response.
Chapter 10: PID Controls and Introduction to Robust Control.
Chapter 11: Analysis of control systems in the space of states.
Chapter 12: Design of control systems in the space of states.
Chapter 13: Liapunov stability analysis and optimal quadratic control.
Appendix 1: Introduction.
Appendix 2: Graphing response curves.
Appendix 3: Matrix Function Calculation.
Appendix 4: Mathematical models of linear systems.
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