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Department of Mechanical Engineering, University Of Saskatchewan, 57 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9, Canada

Lecture Notes of Control Systems I - ME 431/Analysis and Synthesis of Linear Control System - ME862

Steady-state error is the difference between the input and the output for a prescribed test input as t . The test inputs used for steady-state error analysis and design are summarized in the following table

Example Evaluate the steady-state error for the following system if the system input is a step.

R(s)

1 ( s + 2)( s + 3)

C(s)

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University Of Saskatchewan, 57 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9, Canada

Lecture Notes of Control Systems I - ME 431/Analysis and Synthesis of Linear Control System - ME862

Consider the following unity feedback system

R(s)

+ _

E(s) G(s)

C(s)

The error, E(s), between the system input, R(s), and the system output, C(s), is

E ( s ) = R( s ) C ( s ) = R ( s ) R( s )T ( s ) = R( s )(1 T ( s )) or E ( s ) = R( s )(1 G ( s) R( s) )= 1 + G ( s) 1 + G ( s)

s 0 s 0

or e() = lim

s 0

sR( s) 1 + G (s)

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University Of Saskatchewan, 57 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9, Canada

Lecture Notes of Control Systems I - ME 431/Analysis and Synthesis of Linear Control System - ME862

1 . s

s (1 / s ) 1 . = s 0 1 + G ( s ) 1 + lim G ( s )

s 0

1 . s2

s 0

1 2 t u (t ) 2 1 . s3 s 1 / s3 1 1 . = lim 2 = s 0 1 + G ( s ) s 0 s + s 2 G ( s ) lim s 2G ( s )

s 0

Example 1

For the unity feedback system shown in the following figure, find the steady-state error if the input is 5tu(t).

R(s) E(s) C(s)

+ _

Lecture Notes of Control Systems I - ME 431/Analysis and Synthesis of Linear Control System - ME862

Example 2

Evaluate the steady-state errors for the unity feedback systems with the open-loop transfer functions of

(1) G ( s ) =

1 , s+2

(2) G ( s ) =

1 , s ( s + 2)

(3) G ( s ) =

1 s ( s + 2)

2

Lecture Notes of Control Systems I - ME 431/Analysis and Synthesis of Linear Control System - ME862

3. System Types

Consider the following unity feedback control system.

K (s + z1 )(s + z 2 )... s n (s + p1 )(s + p 2 )...

R(s)

+ _

E(s)

G(s) =

C(s)

The term of s n in the denominator of G(s) indicates that there are n integrations in the forward path. According to the value of n, systems can be classified into different types. Specifically, a system is called Type 0 system if n = 0, Type 1 system if n = 1, or Type 2 system if n = 2, and so on. Note that this classification is different from that of the system order.

Input Step Ramp Parabola System

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