Routh's Stability Criterion
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This interactive tutorial introduces the Routh's stability criterion. It covers the following: Definitions of different stabiliy states for a linear time-invariant system., Necessary and sufficient conditions for stability., Construction of the Routh array to determine if a system is stable, and if unstable, how many closed-loop poles lie on the right half of the s-plane? The interactions in this tutorial include matching exercises, and a step-by-step exercise to determine the stability of a system using the Routh array.
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