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88324 - X.Chen -Note 6

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Stability
Stability of Dynamic SystemsRouth-Hurwitz CriterionStability in State Space
 
Stability of Dynamic Systems
Poles of closed-loop transfer function determine the trendof the response:
a.
stable system;
 p
1
=-2.672  p
=-0.164+j1.047  p
3
=-0.164-j1.047 
b.
unstable system
 p1=-3.087  p2=0.0434+j1.505  p3=0.0434-j1.505 
 
Stability of Dynamic Systems
Transfer functionG(s)=
Stable?
R(s)Y(s)
Definition of Stability---Transfer Function
G(s)
:Given a transfer function
G(s),
factorize it into the expression of zerosand poles:where
B(s)
and
 A(s)
are polynomials in the orders of 
m
and
n,
respectively.
G(s)
is called stable if 
Re{ p
 j 
 } < 0, j = 0,…,nG(s)
is called unstable if there is a
 j (0<= j <= n )
such that
Re { p
 j 
 } > 0.
In the case that
Re { p
 j 
 } = 0,
we say the system is critical as this reflectspersistent oscillation(s) or a constant term in the system response
y(t)
.

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