Sliding Mode Control in Electro-Mechanical Systems, Second Edition (Automation and Control Engineering)

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Press: CRC Press; 2 edition (May 1, 2009)
Author Name:Utkin, Vadim/ Guldner, Jurgen/ Shi, Jungxin
Edition:2nd Edition


Apply Sliding Mode Theory to Solve Control Problems  Interest in SMC has grown rapidly since the first edition of this book was published. 
This second edition includes new results that have been achieved in SMC throughout the past decade relating to both control design methodology and applications.
In that time, Sliding Mode Control (SMC) has continued to gain increasing importance as a universal design tool for the robust control of linear and nonlinear electro-mechanical systems.
Its strengths result from its simple, flexible, and highly cost-effective approach to design and implementation.
Most importantly, SMC promotes inherent order reduction and allows for the direct incorporation of robustness against system uncertainties and disturbances.
These qualities lead to dramatic improvements in stability and help enable the design of high-performance control systems at low cost.
Written by three of the most respected experts in the field, including one of its originators, this updated edition of Sliding Mode Control in Electro-Mechanical Systems reflects developments in the field over the past decade.
It builds on the solid fundamentals presented in the first edition to promote a deeper understanding of the conventional SMC methodology, and it examines new design principles in order to broaden the application potential of SMC.
SMC is particularly useful for the design of electromechanical systems because of its discontinuous structure.
In fact, where the hardware of many electromechanical systems (such as electric motors) prescribes discontinuous inputs, SMC becomes the natural choice for direct implementation.
This book provides a unique combination of theory, implementation issues, and examples of real-life applications reflective of the authors’ own industry-leading work in the development of robotics, automobiles, and other technological breakthroughs.


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Comment List (Total:2)

  •     Never seen a second edition book with these many typos and errors, even cannot remember a first edition book that had so many errors!With all due respect for Professor Utkin and full acknowledgment of his undoubted expertise and tremendous contribution to sliding mode control (in fact he is one of the originators and developers of the sliding mode theory), this is not a good book IN MY OPINION. I am really sorry! :(The book is not a well-written book, and I, as a power engineer (with a specialization in power electronics and motors-drives with a decent background in control and algebra), had a very very hard time following the subject. It might be an excellent resource for someone with an advanced degree in control or math (something that I cannot comment on), but definitely not good for an engineer or researcher who wants to learn and implement sliding mode (once again, it should be emphasized that these are just my personal opinion, not facts!). In this sense, the book title seems very deceiving, and I agree with the other reviewer's comment that "this book was a really deception for me". The authors should specified the intended audience of this book maybe somewhere in the preface (this is a common practice for technical books).The notation is confusing, intuitive, and sometimes inconsistent across the book. The convention is to use normal (i..e not bold) letter for scalars and bold letters for matrices (usually upper caps) and vectors (usually lower caps). This book is not following any convention to distinguish vectors, scalars, and matrices, and the reader sometimes need to refer to several chapters back to find the description corresponding to some certain quantity.
  •     This book was a really deception for me. The notation is awful and it has a serious error on the model of the inverted pendulum that consume many time of observation until to detect the primary error. The theory is not clear and the organization is a deception.

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