Distributed Parameter Control Systems: Theory and Application is a two-part book consisting of 10 theoretical and five application-oriented chapters contributed by well-known workers in the distributed-parameter systems.
The book covers topics of distributed parameter control systems in the areas of simulation, identification, state estimation, stability, control (optimal, stochastic, and coordinated), numerical approximation methods, optimal sensor, and actuator positioning. Five applications works include chemical reactors, heat exchangers, petroleum reservoirs/aquifers, and nuclear reactors.
The text will be a useful reference for both graduate students and professional researchers working in the field.
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|Size: ||46.0 MB|
|Date published: || 1982|
|ISBN: ||9781483147383 (DRM-PDF)|
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