Norman S. Nise
Control Systems Engineering provides students with a complete introduction to the design and analysis of feedback systems that are necessary for the support of current technology. This field of study is well acclaimed for its approachability and focus on practical applications. This text includes real-world case studies, hard chapter questions, and extensive explanations with an emphasis on computer aided design. It goes beyond theory and abstract mathematics to transfer important principles into the design of physical control systems. Over 800 photographs, figures, graphs, and tables that are designed to assist pupils in visualizing difficult topics are included in the abundant illustrations that aid facilitate learning.
Multiple experiment formats illustrate fundamental ideas by means of fictitious situations, computer simulations, and dynamic virtual models, while the Cyber Exploration Laboratory Experiments give students the opportunity to interact with actual hardware by means of the myDAQ software developed by National Instruments. This enables them to test real-world systems. Due to the fact that it places such a strong emphasis on practical applications, it has become the text that is most frequently used for foundational courses in mechanical, electrical, aeronautical, biomedical, and chemical engineering. This best-selling book is currently in its ninth edition and continues to provide readers with an in-depth examination of contemporary engineering techniques.