PID Passivity-Based Control of Nonlinear Systems with Applications


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<p><b>Explore the&nbsp;foundational and advanced&nbsp;subjects associated with proportional-integral-derivative controllers from&nbsp;leading authors in the field&nbsp;</b></p> <p>In&nbsp;<i>PID Passivity-Based Control of Nonlinear Systems with Applications</i>,&nbsp;expert researchers and authors Drs. Romeo Ortega, Jose Guadalupe&nbsp;Romero,&nbsp;Pablo Borja,&nbsp;and&nbsp;Alejandro Donaire&nbsp;deliver&nbsp;a comprehensive and detailed discussion of the most crucial and relevant concepts&nbsp;in the analysis and design of&nbsp;proportional-integral-derivative controllers&nbsp;using passivity techniques. The accomplished authors present a formal treatment of the recent&nbsp;research in the area and offer readers practical applications of the developed methods to physical systems, including electrical, mechanical, electromechanical, power electronics, and process control.&nbsp;</p> <p>The book offers the material with minimal mathematical background, making it relevant to a wide audience. Familiarity with&nbsp;the theoretical tools reported in the control systems literature is not necessary to understand the concepts contained within.&nbsp;You&rsquo;ll learn about&nbsp;a wide range of concepts, including disturbance rejection via PID control, PID control of mechanical systems,&nbsp;and Lyapunov stability of PID controllers.&nbsp;</p> <p>Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>A thorough introduction to&nbsp;a class of physical systems described in the port-Hamiltonian form&nbsp;and a presentation of the systematic procedures to design PID-PBC for them&nbsp;</li> <li>An exploration of&nbsp;the applications to electrical, electromechanical, and process control systems of&nbsp;Lyapunov stability of PID controllers&nbsp;</li> <li>Practical discussions of&nbsp;the regulation and tracking of bilinear systems via PID control and&nbsp;their application to power electronics and thermal process control&nbsp;</li> <li>A concise treatment of&nbsp;the characterization of passive outputs, incremental models, and Port Hamiltonian and Euler-Lagrange systems&nbsp;</li> </ul> <p>Perfect for&nbsp;senior undergraduate and graduate students&nbsp;studying control systems,&nbsp;<i>PID Passivity-Based Control</i>&nbsp;will also earn a place in the libraries of&nbsp;engineers who practice in this area and seek a one-stop&nbsp;and fully updated&nbsp;reference&nbsp;on the subject.&nbsp;</p>