control system

© All Rights Reserved

11 views

control system

© All Rights Reserved

- speed control GAC ESD5500
- A First Course in Predictive Control, Second Edition.pdf
- Process Dynamics and Control
- Robot Manipulators
- UT Dallas Syllabus for ee4310.501.11f taught by Gerald Burnham (burnham)
- Closed-Loop
- Static & Dynamic Sliding Mode Control of Ball and Beam System
- Advanced Control System Notes
- simulink09
- Regelungstechnik
- State Space
- Sinamics_Free function blocks_Function Manual-01-2012_V1.3_en.pdf
- Iterative Learning Control an Optimization Paradigm 2005 Annual Reviews in Control
- 2_DOF_Inverted_Pendulum_Courseware_Sample_for_MATLAB_Users.pdf
- AUTO TUNE #1
- 07331089
- Chapter 8
- IJERTV1IS10157
- DKE3 ch2
- book_review.pdf

You are on page 1of 5

Question 1 The following system in state space represents the forward path of a unity feedback

system. Use Routh-Hurwitz criterion to determine if the closed-loop system is stable.

0 1 0 0

x = 0

1 3 + 0

3 4 5 1

y= 0 1 1 .

Question 2 An interval polynomial is of the form

P (s) = a0 + a1 s + a2 s2 + a3 s3 + a4 s4 + a5 s5 + ....

with its coefficients belonging to intervals xi 6 ai 6 yi , where xi , yi are prescribed constants.

Kharitonovs theorem says that an interval polynomial has all roots in the left half plane if each

one of the following four polynomials has its roots in the left half plane.

K1 (s) = x0 + x1 s + y2 s2 + y3 s3 + x4 s4 + x5 s5 + y6 s6 + .....

K2 (s) = x0 + y1 s + y2 s2 + x3 s3 + x4 s4 + y5 s5 + y6 s6 + .....

K3 (s) = y0 + x1 s + x2 s2 + y3 s3 + y4 s4 + x5 s5 + x6 s6 + .....

K4 (s) = y0 + y1 s + x2 s2 + x3 s3 + y4 s4 + y5 s5 + x6 s6 + .....

Use Kharitonovs theorem and the Routh-Hurwitz criterion to find if the following polynomial has

any zeros in the right half plane.

P (s) = a0 + a1 s + a2 s2 + a3 s3

2 6 a0 6 3 ; 1 6 a1 6 2 ; 3 6 a2 6 5 ; a3 = 1

Question 3 A Butterworth polynomial is of the form:

s 2n

Bn (s) = 1 + (1)n

c

Use the Routh-Hurwitz criterion to find the zeros of a Butterworth polynomial for

1. n = 1

2. n = 2

Question 4 For the open-loop plant:

100

G(s) =

s(s + 5)(s + 9)

Design a controller by first transforming the plant to controller canonical form which gives a

closed-loop of 15% overshoot and a peak time of 0.2 seconds.

Note: The matrices A and B have the following structure in the controller canonical form:

an1 an2 . . . a0

1 0 ... 0

A = ..

.. ..

. . ... .

0 ... 1 0

1

1

..

.

B = .

..

0

Question 5 Design an observer for the system

50

G(s) =

(s + 3)(s + 6)(s + 9)

by first converting it to the observer canonical form, with a desired performance of 10% overshoot and

a settling time of 0.5 seconds. The observer will be 10 times as fast as the plant and the observers

non-dominant pole be 10 times as far from the imaginary axis as the observers dominant poles.

Note: The matrices A and C have the following structure in the observer canonical form:

an1 1 0 . . . 0

an2 0 1 . . . 0

.. . . .

.

A= .

. . . . . . . .

a1 . . . . . . . . . 1

a0 0 ... ... 0

C = 1 ... ... 0

Question 6 Consider the plant:

(s + 2)

G(s) =

(s + 5)(s + 9)

Design an observer by writing the plant in observer canonical form and with a transient response

described by = 0.6 and n = 120.

(s + 6)

G(s) =

(s + 3)(s + 8)(s + 10)

If the system is represented in cascade form as shown in Figure 1, design a controller to yield a

closed-loop response of 10% overshoot with a settling time of 1 second. Design by first transforming

the plant to phase variable form.

Note: The matrices A and B have the following structure in the phase variable form:

0 1 0 ... 0

0 0 1 ... 0

.. .. .. ..

A= . . ... . .

0 ... ... 0 1

a0 a1 . . . . . . an1

2

0

..

.

.

..

B=

.

..

1

Question 8 The open-loop system of Question 7 is represented as shown in Figure 2. If output of

each block is assigned to be a state variable, design the controller gains for feedback from these state

variables.

0 4 0 0 0

1 4 0 0 0

x =

5

x + u

7 1 25 1

0 0 3 3 0

v T B = 0 , v T A = v T

4. Show that there are an infinite number of feedback gains K that will relocate the modes of the

system to -5,-3,-2 and -2.

5. Find the unique matrix K that achieves these pole location and prevents initial conditions on

the uncontrollable part of the system from ever affecting the controllable part.

Question 10 Two pendulums, coupled by a spring are to be controlled by two equal site forces u,

which are applied to the pendulum bobs as shown in Figure 3. The equations of motion are:

1. Show that the system is uncontrollable. Can you associate a physical meaning with the con-

trollable and uncontrollable modes?

Question 11 Consider a system with the transfer function:

9

G(s) =

s2 9

3

Figure 3: Block diagram for Problem 10

2. Is (A, B) controllable?

Question 12 Explain how the controllability, observability and stability properties of a linear system

related.

1. Write the state equations for the circuit. The input u(t) is a current source and output y is

voltage.

4

3. What condition(s) on R, L and C will guarantee that the system is observable?

x 1 0 1 x1 0

= + u, y = x1 .

x 2 1 1 x2 1

Describe all the closed-loop pole locations that can be achieved by only static output feedback (that

is, u = ky for a real constant k).

Question 15 Consider a system described in state-space form given by

x 1 0 1 0 x1 0

x 2 = 1 0 0 x2 + 1 u, y = x1 .

x 3 0 0 3 x3 1

For this system show that it is impossible to get closed loop poles {1, 2, 3} by only static output

feedback. Obtain a state feedback controller that places the closed-loop poles to these locations.

Question 16 For the following matrix pairs (A, B), write down the corresponding phase-variable

canonical forms. Also write down the corresponding similarity transformation matrices.

1 0 0 1

(a) A = 0 2 0 , B = 1.

0 0 3 1

1 1 0 1

(b) A = 0 0 1, B = 0.

1 0 0 0

- speed control GAC ESD5500Uploaded byManuel Otero
- A First Course in Predictive Control, Second Edition.pdfUploaded bymarmaduke32
- Process Dynamics and ControlUploaded byreza buildtradefoils
- Robot ManipulatorsUploaded byIvan Avramov
- UT Dallas Syllabus for ee4310.501.11f taught by Gerald Burnham (burnham)Uploaded byUT Dallas Provost's Technology Group
- Closed-LoopUploaded byadau
- Static & Dynamic Sliding Mode Control of Ball and Beam SystemUploaded byE Daniel Reyes
- Advanced Control System NotesUploaded byRyan951
- simulink09Uploaded byDenisa Diaconu
- RegelungstechnikUploaded byDenis Azarov
- State SpaceUploaded byShaikh Nazrul
- Sinamics_Free function blocks_Function Manual-01-2012_V1.3_en.pdfUploaded byandi1993
- Iterative Learning Control an Optimization Paradigm 2005 Annual Reviews in ControlUploaded byFurqan Memon
- 2_DOF_Inverted_Pendulum_Courseware_Sample_for_MATLAB_Users.pdfUploaded byNoamanMasoud
- AUTO TUNE #1Uploaded byIgor Ozeruga
- 07331089Uploaded byCarlos Marín
- Chapter 8Uploaded byleo232
- IJERTV1IS10157Uploaded byMilad H
- DKE3 ch2Uploaded byjersey
- book_review.pdfUploaded byRabah Amidi
- Accounting of Dc Dc Power Converter Dynamics in Dc Motor Velocity Adaptive ControlUploaded byFinito TheEnd
- n IntegerUploaded bypalomaazul2000
- SC_04thUploaded byNikola Micic
- Thermal BuildingUploaded byMoch Arief Albachrony
- [Texts in Computational Science and Engineering 14] Svein Linge, Hans Petter Langtangen (Auth.) - Programming for Computations - MATLAB_Octave_ a Gentle Introduction to Numerical Simulations With MATLAB_Octave (Uploaded byVictoria Carrillo de Alba
- LAB1.pdfUploaded byrnelly
- AdvHydMotionDesignPractices PasoUploaded bycsrcorp
- 05. 2005-A-PS-014Uploaded bykanda71
- Application of Multiple-Model Adaptive ControlUploaded byYusuf Abubakar Sha'aban
- 16-1-s2.0-S0029801813003739-mainUploaded byEliotPezoZegarra

- Iasbaba.com-IASbabas Daily Current Affairs 20th July 2016Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Hostel 8 - Room Allocation - Sheet1Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Control system notesUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- control_Endsem_solutions.pdfUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- End Semester Exam TimeTable for Autumn 2013-14Uploaded byharshalvikas
- Problems_on_matrices.pdfUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Home AssignmentUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Cellular communication Ee328Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Introduction_EE-328 Digital Communication Spring 2017Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Exp7_prelab_v2Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- syllabusUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Problem Set 9Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Problem Set 7Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- L01 OverviewUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Lecture 1Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- The 8051 MicrocontrollerUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Peter BergerUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Lecture 17Uploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Clearias.com-Geography Syllabus Civil Services Mains Exam UPSCUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Https Www.irctc.co.in Eticketing PrintTicketUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Insightsonindia.com-Insights Into Editorial Expanding the Idea of IndiaUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Course InfoUploaded byAjayGhunawat
- Math - McGraw Hil - Probability Random Variables and Stochastic Processes Solutions Manual - Papoulis - 2002.pdfUploaded byAjayGhunawat

- Pure 3Uploaded byRishinesh
- 基于感性工学产品造型设计的理论分析研究.pdfUploaded byxiaohei520
- Modern Introduction to Grid-GenerationUploaded bymbarkazohir
- Sheet 3 New Engineering 2015Uploaded bylozzzzz
- PHY10 CO1 - VectorsUploaded byJohn Luke Cruz
- vibrationUploaded bychandan_j4u
- From Structural Analysis to Finite Element MethodUploaded byB S Praveen Bsp
- A_Textbook_of_Engineering_Mathematics_(Volume_II).pdfUploaded byPriyanshu Joshi
- Pre Solving in Linear ProgrammingUploaded byRenato Almeida Jr
- GATE-Mathematics-K Manikantta Reddy (gate2016.info).pdfUploaded byAvirup Sarkar
- Dynamic AnalysisUploaded bySwapnil Toraskar
- c3 Questions Numerical MethodsUploaded byTroy Collins
- 47c95ab03e2fd505e5d748098618692db711Uploaded byFiaz Khan
- Assignment 2 q3 Solutions)Uploaded byrhlongwa
- Trig62013 ExamUploaded byHuzaifa Mureed
- Galilean Unitary Transform OperatorUploaded byArkayan Laha
- Trigno Metry FundasUploaded byAmit Chaturvedi
- OKRUploaded byShahbaz Hassan Wasti
- Epsilon ConvergenceUploaded bySuhas Vilas Dolse
- Eco No Metrics From ChileUploaded byJoel Nybeck
- Handout 2Uploaded byKrishna Kulkarni
- Kumar-Varaiya-Textbook.pdfUploaded byJennifer Gonzalez
- Application of Fourier Series to Differential EquationsUploaded bytarun gehlot
- set11Uploaded byagoszt
- Linear Equations and Functions of CK 12 Algebra II With Trigonometry Ch v6 Wrg s1Uploaded bynetsam_flixsam
- Pitch WorksheetUploaded byPabloPelaez
- MCQs in Fundamentals in Algebra Part IIUploaded bylucas
- 4037_s03_qp_2Uploaded byKhurram Ahmed
- ACM95b NotesUploaded byRichard Zhu
- DSP ASSIGNMENTUploaded byjpsridhar