Interactive computer program for the analysis and design of linear time invariant systems.
Thaler, George J.
Gerba, Alex, Jr.
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In this thesis, an interactive computer program for the analysis and design of time invariant unity feedback control systems is presented, using cascade or feedback or both types of compensation. By using this program, the user is freed from the tedious, time consuming and error prone method of hand calculations, letting the computer handle these tasks efficiently and speedily. The user can then concentrate fully on the placement of poles and zeroes of the compensator (s) used. Design of control systems by classical methods being essentially a repetitive, trial and error procedure, this program greatly cuts down the turn around time and leads to faster, more satisfactory results.
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