Computer design of control systems using algebraic methods
D'Paola Lozada, Jesus E.
Thaler, George J.
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Algebraic method techniques are applied to design linear control systems. Computer programs to accomplish the design procedure are presented. Several combinations of feedback and cascade compensated systems using different specifications are studied. Specifications considered include the system damping ratio, undamped natural frequency, bandwidth, steady state error coefficients and root sensitivity. The method is shown to be applicable to any transfer function and capable of working with any number of parameters.
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