Consider a single input-single output system (such as you may have used in a classical control course). In general, you can modify the system behavior somewhat by employing an appropriate compensator (lead, lead-lag, PID, etc) once the correct transfer function is known. However, sometimes the transfer function may change (rapidly) over time and you will need to be able to adapt your compensator (or the input to the plant) based on your current estimate of the system transfer function. As a specific example, consider a drilling process. When the drill is not touching the workpiece it might have one transfer function, when it first starts drilling it may have a different transfer function, and as the drill bit heats up, it may have a third transfer function. In order to try to “optimize” the drilling process, we need to determine estimates of the transfer function. Hence, for this specific example, we assume the process output y(k) (which might be the speed of the drill bit) is
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(6) By equating coefficients of powers of s in the denominators in these two transfer functions (equa- tions 5 and 6), you should be able to write down four equations. The equations corresponding to the coefficients of s 3 , s2 , and s do not seem to give us any new information, but they will be
where q11 and q22 are the desired diagonal elements of Q and R is a scalar. In general, as R gets larger (it may have to get very large), the size of the gains goes down. Increasing the value of q11 tends to decrease the motion of the cart, while increasing q22 tends to limit the velocity of the cart. Iterate on values of Q and R until you think you have something that works.
a) Look at the root locus for the system with a PI controller. You will need to click on Com- pensators → Edit → C. Then you need to click on Add Real Pole. For a PI controller, one pole is always fixed at the origin. The zero of the compensator can move, but the pole cannot. b) Look at the root locus and step response for the system with the zero of the PI controller between 0 and -5. Find a controller that produces a settling time of less than 0.8 seconds, a percent overshoot less than 2%, and a position error of 0. Save the step response and the controller that produced it. Are all of your poles in the “acceptable” regions?
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Click Command → Trajectory. Select Step and click on Setup. Select Closed Loop Step and set Step Size to 1 to 2 cm. Be sure to record this step size (we’ll refer to the amplitude as Amp below). Set the Dwell Time to something like 2000 ms, this is the time the system will be recording data. Finally click OK, then OK and you should be back to the main menu.
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4. Compute + Peaks/ Compute - Peaks The log-decrement looks at what happens from one set of peaks to another. You have the choice of looking at positive peaks or negative peaks. In some instances, where there is alot of damping, you may not get much oscillation. Then you may want to use the negative peaks to do the log-decrement. See also (8. Samples Between Peaks) 5. Peak X(n) and Peak X(n+N) Once the peaks have been identified, you need to choose the peaks to use for the log-decrement analysis. Here you enter the lowest number (for the starting peak, X(n)) and the highest number (for the ending peak X(n+N)). Note that it is generally a bad idea to use all of the peaks. For these systems, you will get a better estimate using the first few peaks and ignoring the others.
Note that for the Maxwell system, given by (1) and (2), the two divergence of a vector field constraints decouple so it suffices to solve them independently. Note also that it is easy to see that all the arguments presented in the succeeding subsections generalize to an arbitrary n ≥ 3 dimension of Σ. Nevertheless, for the sake of simplic- ity, our consideration here will be restricted to the case of three-dimensional initial data surfaces.
Consider a single input-single output system (such as you may have used in a classical control course). In general, you can modify the system behavior somewhat by employing an appropriate controller (lag, lead, lead-lag, PID, etc) once the correct transfer function is known. However, sometimes the transfer function may change (rapidly) over time and you will need to be able to adapt your controller (or the input to the plant) based on your current estimate of the system transfer function. As a specific example, consider a drilling process. When the drill is not touching the workpiece it might have one transfer function, when it first starts drilling it may have a different transfer function, and as the drill bit heats up, it may have a third transfer function. In order to try to “optimize” the drilling process, we need to determine estimates of the transfer function. Hence, for this specific example, we assume the process output y(k) (which might be the speed of the drill bit) is