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Название: State-space models of lumped and distributed systems. Lecture notes in control and Information sciences 112
Автор: Kecman V.
This work is devoted to the science and art of the mathematical
description of dynamics found in various technical processes and systems
with spatially lumped and distributed parameters. The reader will find
basic and indispensable knowledge here, and master the techniques and
secrets for devising a dynamic mathematical model making use of the
fundamental laws of nature, the laws of conservation of mass. energy and
momentum. But this is the book's lesser part, it is not merely designed to
provide insight into the general and special aspects of the mathematical
modeling of thermal, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and chemical
dynamic systems. Other goals and purposes also motivated the volume
you are holding.
Firstly. to show the real relationships between the process variables,
physical and geometrical properties and the structure, coefficients and
parameters of mathematical models, i.e. to show the connections between
the physical world and abstract concepts of eigenvalues, poles and zeros
of state-space models and their Laplace representations in the s-domain.