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The maximum-gain, minimum-integral principle applied to materials testing

The maximum-gain, minimum-integral principle applied to materials testing

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Inspec keywords: minimum principle; hydraulic control equipment; maximum principle; control system synthesis; tuning; electromechanical effects; time-domain synthesis; materials testing; three-term control; monitoring; servomechanisms

Subjects: Other final control equipment; Materials testing; Hydraulic and pneumatic control equipment; Optimal control; Control system analysis and synthesis methods; Materials testing; Other applications of control

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