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by Richard C. Dorf

eBook Modern Control Systems download ISBN: 020154279X
Author: Richard C. Dorf
Publisher: ADDISON-WESLEY EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHERS INC; 5Rev Ed edition (February 1989)
Language: English
Pages: 618
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Category: Engineering
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Richard C. Dorf, Robert H. Bishop. Written to be equally useful for all engineering disciplines, this book is organized around the concept of control systems theory as it has been developed in the frequency and time domains. It provides coverage of classical control employing root locus design, frequency and response design using Bode and Nyquist plots. It also covers modern control methods based on state variable models including pole placement design techniques with full-state feedback controllers and full-state observers.

Modern control systems solution manual. Richard C. Dorf Robert H. University of California, Davis The University of Texas at Austin. A companion to MODERN CONTROL SYSTEMS. Prentice Hall Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. ISBN-13: 9780132270298. c 2008 by Prentice-Hall, Inc. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458 All rights reserved.

This book is an excellent option for students taking their first course in Control systems. The topics are covered in a clear way, with many examples, and illustrations. This was one of the books I used back in college. University of California, Davis Marquette University. Upper Saddle River Boston Columbus San Francisco New York Indianapolis London Toronto Sydney Singapore Tokyo Montreal Dubai Madrid Hong Kong Mexico City Munich Paris Amsterdam Cape Town. Educator Home eLearning & Assessment Support/Contact Us Find your rep Exam copy bookbag.

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Title of the book: Modern Control Systems. Mathematical Models of Systems. State Variable Models. Feedback Control System Characteristics. The Performance of Feedback Control Systems. Authors:Richard C. Dorf and Robert H. Publishers: Pearson (Prentice Hall). The Stability of Linear Feedback Systems. The Root Locus Method. Frequency Response Methods. Stability in the Frequency Domain. The Design of Feedback Control Systems. The Design of State Variable Feedback Systems. Robust Control Systems. Digital Control Systems. DORF is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, Davis. Professor Dorf is a Fellow of the IEEE and is active in the fields of control system design and robotics. Professor Dorf is a Fellow of the IEEE and is active in the fields of control system design and robotics

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I had to buy this book for the controls class I'm taking right now and I must say this is easily one of the worst textbooks I've ever used. The chapters are way too dense. You're literally asked to learn 130 pages worth of material in Chapters 1&2 combined. For an introductory chapter, that's a lot of to ask of anyone who is new to a subject. The book would benefit immensely from asking problems (with solutions) throughout each chapter so you can slowly digest the concepts in a systemic manner. The examples are pretty terrible in my opinion as they are not very straight forward and presented with tons of equations but little context. Also, very rarely do they mirror the end-of-chapter questions, so you can't even use them to see if you are doing the problems correctly. It's clear that this series needs a serious trimming to cut out a lot of text and just display things in a clear concise manner. Instead of exposes of text, just get to the meat of the chapters with straight-forward examples that ramp up in difficulty. Overall, my experience with the book is like taking a Dragon kick from Bruce Lee, a Haymaker from Chuck Liddell and getting electrocuted simultaneously.

Edit: 4/13/2013
We have been using this this textbook all semester and my original review still holds. The examples continually prove to be awful in ways that make you wonder if there was even an editor to this textbook. I doubt they ever really asked a student honestly to give them feedback because anyone who isn't a lobotomized eggplant or sycophant would tell the writers this book is garbage. The explanations are lacking to the nth degree and the author clearly thinks himself "a clever person" by asking problems that cover corner cases WITHOUT COVERING THEM IN THE TEXT. That would be okay if you were provided fully-explained solutions in the back of the book so you could struggle for a bit and then learn it, but you aren't so the author is just a straight-up jerk at worst and a terrible writer at best. Overall, this book is pure rubbish and I feel sympathy for the birds that lost their home due to the tree being cut down to print this absolute piece of fecal matter.
If you want to learn about Modern Control Systems the first time around then use a book written by Ogata, Kuo or Nise. These three authors have some of the best books on this subject that you will ever see.
As for this book
The Matlab part of the book I would give 4 stars. It is pretty good and lets you get acquainted with the control toolbox. There are a wide variety of problems in the book and it has a lot of design problems for the reader. Problems include exercise problems, regular problems (beats me why he didn't put them together), advance problems and Matlab Problems. If you already know the subject then it could possibly be a good design book.
Worst book I have ever read. This book offers some of the worst explanations I have ever seen in a book. It is nearly impossible to do the problems with the information given to you. Reading the book is like solving an exercise problem in itself. A lot of times the math is skipped so you have no idea how he got to the answer. While other books happened to spend 4 pages on a topic, Dorf managed to compress it into a useless paragraph. Also, Dorf expects you to clairvoyantly know what a definition is. When reading through a chapter he talks about something without telling you what it is. Somehow he expected you to know that at the end of the chapter, AFTER you've read everything he'll give you a definition list. Very few exercise problems have answers to them so if you are doing something wrong then you will not know. If you are looking for self-study from this book then start crying now because you will throw over 100 bucks in the garbage.
The most definitively annoying thing about the book is how it references other books. Dorf commonly gives you a sentence on a topic and then references the sentence to another book. Those sentences are meaningless and explain nothing, which gave me the impression that I was supposed to go to one of the hundreds of referenced books to learn what he was talking about.
The only people who will like this book are the ones who already know the subject. I found that after I read Modern Control Engineering by Ogata and understood the subject, I appreciated a FEW of the examples Dorf gave, even though I could find a slew of books that could cover that material better. If you are a teacher looking to make this your class's book, reconsider because your students will not learn the subject.
I bought this book for an undergraduate controls class I am taking and must say it is a pretty bad book. Having had plenty of schooling under my belt (4 yrs bachelors and now finishing up graduate school) I am still amazed at why professors gravitate towards certain books. This book now in its 12 edition is difficult to follow, and the examples within the chapters don't provide enough detail or insight for the student to gain an in-depth understanding of the subject matter. Worse, the problems at the end of the chapters dont provide solutions (many books will have solutions to odd problems for example) that leaves the student unsure of whether he/she is doing the work right. Many of you will probably end up having to buy this book for class, if you do, or if you want a book to learn controls on your own, I would much more recommend a used copy of Norman S Nise Controls system engineering.