An interactive computer aid for the design and analysis of linear, single input
Cooksey, Clifton M.
Hewitt, Marle D.
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In this thesis the development of the Digital and Analog Control System Analysis Program (DACSAP) is discussed. DACSAP is an interactive computer aid for the design and analysis of linear, single input/output feedback control systems. DACSAP is user friendly; it uses menus for option selection and prompted data entry. The program will analyze systems which are described by transfer functions written in the s, z, w, or w' domains. The program will manipulate the transfer functions of multi-loop systems to produce the open and closed loop transfer functions required fir a variety of analysis techniques. The analysis techniques included is DACSAP are root locus, open and closed loop Bode frequency response, Nyquist frequency response, Nichols frequency response and closed loop time response. The output of any of these analysis techniques may be either a tabulation of data points or a high resolution plot.
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