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Chapter 8 :

Stability and steady state error

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion

Coefficient a4 a3 a2 a1 a0

if the closed-loop transfer function has only lefthalf-plane poles, then the factors of the

denominator of the closed-loop system transfer function consist of products of terms such as

( + ), where ai is real and positive, or complex with a positive real part. The product of such

terms is a polynomial with all positive coefficients

Thus, a sufficient condition for a system to be unstable is that all signs of the

coefficients of the denominator of the closed-loop transfer function are not the same.

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion

a3a2 a1a4

a3

The table is complete when all of the rows are completed down to 0

the number of roots of the polynomial that are in the right half-plane is equal to the number of sign changes in the

first column

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Example Make the Routh table for the system

The first sign change occurs from 1 in the 2 row to -72 in the 1 row. The second occurs from -72 in the

1 row to 103 in the 0 row.

Thus, the system of is unstable since two poles exist in the right half-plane.

the system is unstable since two poles exist in the right half-plane. 5

Example

Make a Routh table and tell how many roots of the following polynomial are in the right half-plane and in the left half-

plane.

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion: Special Cases (Zero Only in the First Column)

Determine the stability of the closed-loop transfer function

If is chosen positive, routh Table will show a sign change from the 3 row to the 2 row, and there will be another

sign change from the 2 row to the 1 row. Hence, the system is unstable and has two poles in the right half-plane

Alternatively, we could choose negative. Routh would then show a sign change from the 4 row to the 4 row. Another sign change would

occur from the 3 row to the 2 row. Our result would be exactly the same as that fora positive choice for .

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion: Special Cases (Zero Only in the First Column) second method

Stability via Reverse Coefficients : Determine the stability of the closed-loop transfer function

the system is unstable and has two poles in the right half-plane

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion: Special Cases (Entire Row is Zero)

First we return to the row immediately above the row of zeros and form an auxiliary polynomial, using the entries in

that row as coefficients. The polynomial will start with the power of s in the label column and continue by skipping

every other power of s. Thus, the polynomial formed is :

()

Finally, we use the coefficients of to replace the row of zeros

Routh table shows that all entries in the first column are positive. Hence, there are no righthalf plane poles.

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion: Special Cases (Entire Row is Zero)

An entire row of zeros will appear in the Routh table when a purely even or purely odd polynomial is a factor of the

original polynomial.

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Routh-Hurwitz Criterion: Special Cases (Entire Row is Zero)

tell how many poles are in the right half-plane, in the left half-plane, and on the jw-axis.

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How do we now interpret this Routh table?

Since all entries from the even polynomial at the

4 row down to the 0 row are a test of the even

polynomial, we begin to draw some conclusions

about the roots of the even polynomial

Thus, the even polynomial does not have righthalf-plane poles. Since there are no righthalf-plane poles, no left half-plane

poles are present because of the requirement for symmetry. Hence, the even polynomial, must have all four of its poles on the

jw-axis.

4 0 8 4 8 0 12

Example

Find the number of poles in the left half-plane, the right half-plane, and on the for the system

righthalf-plane poles.

Stability Design via Routh-Hurwitz

Find the range of gain, K, for the system that will cause the system to be stable, unstable, and marginally stable.

Assume K > 0.

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The term is :

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2 0 3 2 3 0

RHP 0 1 1

LHP 0 0 0

jw 2 0 2

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Stability in State Space

find out how many poles are in the left half-plane, in the right half-plane, and on the jw-axis

eigenvectors

Since there is one sign change in the first column, the system has

one right half-plane pole and two lefthalf-plane poles. It is

therefore unstable

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GEL 425 Dr. Mansour Tawk

Stability in State Space

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GEL 425 Dr. Mansour Tawk

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