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Automatic Control Engineering [Hardcover]

Francis H. Raven


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Jan. 1 1987 0070512337 978-0070512337 4th Revised edition
This text on control engineering includes conventional topics within a traditional organization, showing how modern control theory builds on classical methods. Topics such as transient response, the root-locus method and analogue computers are covered.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is an excellent text for an understanding of controls May 26 1999
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The book is clearly written. The developmental approach and lucid style of the text reinforces the readers confidence and understanding at every stage. The text is a motivator for acquiring and applying the tools of controls engineering.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book is one of the greatest ever written. April 5 1998
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This is the best controls book for engineers who are first learning controls. The author has a great step-by-step approach that really simplifies controls for the average student and makes a very complicated subject much easier to learn. The pictures are great too! Especially Figure 1.2!

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