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Biomimetic Robotics: Mechanisms and Control

The fundamentals of robotics, from an aerospace perspective, can be very well presented by considering just the field of robot mechanisms. Biomimetic robot mechanisms are fundamental to manipulators and to walking, mobile, and flying robots. A distinguishing feature of the book is that a unified and integrated treatment of biomimetic robot mechanisms is offered. This book is intended to prepare a student for the next logical module in a course on robotics: practical robot-control design. Throughout the book, in every chapter, are introduced the most important and recent developments relevant to the subject matter. Although the book’s primary focus is on understanding principles, computational procedures are also given due importance as a matter of course. Students are encouraged to use whatever computational tools they consider appropriate
to solve the examples in the exercises.

Safe Design and Operation of Process Vents and Emission Control Systems
The objective of this book is to provide guidance for the design, evaluation, and operation of systems to collect and handle effluent gases and vapors vented from processes. These systems may consist of headers and manifolds of piping or ductwork and include other components that route or treat the effluent gases and vapors from their origin in process vessels, equipment, and storage tanks to the ultimate disposal or destruction system.

Essentials of Process Control
One of the unique features of this book involves our coverage of two increasingly important areas in process design and process control. The first is the interaction between steady-state design and control. The second is plantwide control with particular emphasis on the selection of control structures for an entire multi-unit process. Other books have not dealt with these areas in any quantitative way. Because we feel that these subjects are central to the missions of process design engineers and process control engineers, we devote two chapters to them.

Principles and Practice of Automatic Process Control, 2nd Edition
Chapters 1 and 2 present the definitions of terms and mathematical tools used in process control. In this edition Chapter 2 stresses the determination of the quantitative characteristics of the dynamic response, settling time, frequency of oscillation, and damping ratio, and de-emphasizes the exact determination of the analytical response. In this way the students can analyze the response of a dynamic system without having to carry out the time-consuming evaluation of the coefficients in the partial fraction expansion.Chapter 5 presents the design and characteristics of the basic components of a control system: sensors and transmitters, control valves, and feedback controllers. The presentation of control valves and feedback controllers has been expanded. Chapter 5 should be studied together with Appendix C where practical operating principles of some common sensors, transmitters, and control valves are presented.

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