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Book for control engineering

Discussion in 'Electronic Books' started by silvarblade, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. silvarblade

    silvarblade Member

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    any nice book for control engineering. we are using the following book now.


    Modern Control Engineering by Kutsuhiko Ogata
     
  2. SeanHatch

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    that's pretty much the best, IMO.

    there are some real old books that are quite nice too.
     
  3. silvarblade

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    i have also heard Norman Nice's book. forgot its name
     
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    Norman Nise .. Control Systems Engineering

    I used this one in college, it was alright. I bought the Ogata book a few months back and just from browsing through it, I think I like it better.

    I also have, but really haven't delved too deeply into, Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems by Franklin, Powell, and Emami-Naeini. Though I will say it has prettier pictures than Nise or Ogata ... :D
     
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    Hi silvarblade


    This one is also a nice book Newnes Control Engineering Pocket Book (Newnes Pocket Books) by w.bolton
     
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    katsuhito is very good man.. baby
     
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    Dear's,
    I have no idea about Microcontroller, i mean how i use a eprom, programming,etc. any have books (pdf) or idea lots , please help me as a beginner.
     
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    Book for PCB

    HI all,
    I am looking for some books that help me to design PCB.
    Can you help me
     
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    I think for the first chapters,ogata's book is nice..But when you come chapters about design I think Niise'e book is better..
     
  13. srinivaas ganesan

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    hi, how is this ogata book...
    i haven't seen it.. does it have more of complicated problems with examples?
    do any of you know a good book for microcontroller programming?
     
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    control engineering by nagoor kani is best. you just try it... all d best
     
  15. steveB

    steveB Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    I just ordered this based on all these good recommendations. At $120, I'm showing good trust in you all. Hope you are right !!! :p

    Thanks, I'm always looking for good books.
     

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