Transient and Steady-State Response Analysis of Control Systems
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This interactive tutorial reviews the following: Effects of proportional, integral and derivative controllers on the performance of first-order and second-order systems. , Anaylsis of steady-state performance in unity-feedback control of high-order systems. The interactions in this tutorial involve drag-and-drop matching exercises, and clicking the mouse cursor for more information.
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