Get Applied Nonlinear Control PDF

By Jean-Jacques Slotine, Weiping Li

ISBN-10: 0130408905

ISBN-13: 9780130408907

Covers in a innovative style a few research instruments and layout suggestions without delay acceptable to nonlinear keep an eye on difficulties in excessive functionality platforms (in aerospace, robotics and car areas).

Show description

Read Online or Download Applied Nonlinear Control PDF

Similar robotics & automation books

Download e-book for kindle: Intelligent Autonomous Systems 7 by INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT, Maria Gini

The objective of the seventh foreign convention on clever independent platforms (IAS-7) is to replace and stimulate study rules that make destiny robots and platforms extra clever and self reliant. This convention emphasizes that intelligence should still and will most sensible be illustrated through platforms which can at once feel and act of their personal atmosphere with no tough special supervision from people.

Download PDF by Roelof Hamberg, Jacques Verriet: Automation in Warehouse Development

The warehouses of the long run will are available in a number of varieties, yet with a number of universal elements. to begin with, human operational dealing with of things in warehouses is more and more being changed via automatic merchandise dealing with. prolonged warehouse automation counteracts the shortage of human operators and helps the standard of settling on techniques.

Download e-book for iPad: Mobile Roboter: Eine Einfuhrung aus Sicht der Informatik by Joachim Hertzberg, Kai Lingemann, Andreas Nüchter

Wo bin ich? Wo soll ich hin? Wie komme ich dahin? cellular Roboter in Alltagsumgebungen wie in Büros oder auf Straßen müssen ständig solche Fragen beantworten, sollen sie autonom, additionally ohne Fernsteuerung operieren. Die Berechnungen im Robotersteuerungsprogramm beruhen wesentlich auf Sensordaten aus der Umgebung, die oft unvollständig oder fehlerhaft sind.

Additional info for Applied Nonlinear Control

Sample text

6. The vertical axis represents . I s\vitching line, because the control input and thus the phase trajectories are switched on that line. It is interesting motions to see that, starting from a nonzero initial angle. rilldic Sect. 2 Cortstructing Phase Portraits 27 under the action of the jets. 1. 3). THE METHOD OF ISOCLINES The basic idea in this method is that of isoclines. 1). 5). An isocline is defined to be the locus of the points with a given tangent slope. An isocline with slope a is thus defined to be This is to say that points on the curve all have the same tangent slope a.

Extensions of the concepts and results to non-autonomous systems will be studied in chapter 4. EQUILIBRIUM POINTS It is possible for a system trajectory to correspond to only a single point. Such a point is called an equilibrium point. As we shall see later, many stability problems are naturally formulated with respect to equilibrium points. 44 Fundamentals of Lyapunov Theory Chap. 2 A state x* is an equilibrium state (or equilibrium point; 01. the system if once x(t) is equal to x*, it remains equal to x* for all future time.

Third, it can deal with the "hard nonlinearities" frequently found in control systems ,without any difficulty. As a result, it is an important tool for practical problems of nonlinear control analysis and design. :tions (false predictions may be made if certain conditions are not satisfied) and restrii:tions on the systems to which it applies (for example, it has difficulties in dealing with systems with multiple nonlinearities). Chapter 2 Phase Plane Analysis Phase plane analysis is a graphical method for studying second-order systems.

Download PDF sample

Applied Nonlinear Control by Jean-Jacques Slotine, Weiping Li

by Thomas

Rated 4.08 of 5 – based on 34 votes