Solutions Manual by Katsuhiko OgataKatsuhiko Ogata is a professor of engineering who was born in Tokyo , Japan ; on January 6 of 1925 . He earned a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 1947. After receiving his degree, he spent three years as a research assistant at the Scientific Research Institute in Tokyo , followed by two years of industrial experience in Nippon Steel Tube Company, Japan. In 1952 he received a scholarship Fulbright Travel Grant to go to the United States and more advanced degrees. He earned a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois in 1953, and a Ph.D. in Engineering Science from the University of California , Berkeley in 1956.
Shortly after receiving his doctorate in 1956, he joined the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Minnesota to teach and do research in the field of control systems. While he maintains his tenure at the University of Minnesota, also taught control systems in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Yokohama National University , Japan, for a total of three years.
K. Ogata, has authored seven textbooks, three of which have been published in various editions. His philosophy of writing has been that university engineering students should not spend too much time in deriving or verifying mathematical equations in control engineering. So in his books includes all leads and necessary for the student to understand the material from books without problems with math tests. This approach was well accepted by the control community worldwide. As a result, most of his books were translated into other languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Polish, Korean, Chinese, Malay. To date, 20 foreign editions of his books have been published. [ citation needed ]
While college counselor was about twenty years ago, its clear and thorough advice has earned him an award for Outstanding Advisor of the University of Minnesota.
It belongs to ASME , a member of Sigma Xi and Pi Tau Sigma . His biography is listed in Marquis Whos Who in the World, Marquis Whos Who in America, among others. [ citation needed ]
In 1999 won the John R. Ragazzini Education Award for distinction, because for a period of thirty years he has written textbooks on dynamics and control systems are widely recognized, especially, Modern Control Engineering.
His most significant books ranging from System Dynamics, Modern Control Engineering, Control Systems in Discrete Time, Problems of Control Engineering using Matlab to Childrens Literature, Briefly.
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