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CH. 3 Time Response. 3.1 Introduction. How to use poles and zeros to determine the response of a control system. How to describe quantitatively the transient response of first- and second- order systems. How to find the time response from the transfer function.

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ch 3 time response

CH. 3 Time Response

Chapter3. Time Response

3 1 introduction
3.1 Introduction
  • How to use poles and zeros to determine the response of a control system.
  • How to describe quantitatively the transient response of first- and second- order systems.
  • How to find the time response from the transfer function.
  • How to approximate higher-order systems as first and second order.

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3 2 poles zeros and system response
3.2 Poles, Zeros, and system Response
  • Poles: values of s that cause the transfer function to become infinite.
  • Zeros: values of s that cause the transfer function to become zero.
  • Output response of a system: sum of two responses, forced response and natural response.
  • Poles and zeros of a first-order system.

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A pole of the input function generates the form of the forced response.
  • A pole of the transfer function generates the form of the natural response.
  • A pole on the real axis generate an exponential response.
  • The zeros and poles generate the amplitudes for both the forced and natural response.

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3 3 transient response specifications
3.3 Transient-response specifications
  • Percent overshoot, %OS : The amount that the response curve overshoots the steady-state value at the peak time, expressed as a percentage of the steady-state value.
  • Settling time, TS : The time required for the transient’s damped oscillations to reach and stay within ±2% (or ± 5%) of the steady-state value.
  • Rise time, Tr : The time required for the response to rise from 10% to 90% (or from 0% to 100%) of the final value.
  • Peak time, TP : The time required to reach the first, or maximum, peak.

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3 4 first order systems
3.4 First-order systems
  • Time constant : , The time required for the step response to rise to 63% of its final value.
  • Rise time, Tr
  • Settling time, TS

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3 4 first order systems1
3.4 First-order systems
  • Transfer function from step response.

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3 5 second order systems
3.5 Second-order systems
  • Overdamped response
  • Underdamped response

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3 5 second order systems1
3.5 Second-order systems
  • Undamped response
  • Critically damped response

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classification of step responses
Classification of step responses
  • Overdamped responses

Poles: Two real at

  • Underdamped responses

Poles: Two complex at

  • Undamped responses

Poles: Two imaginary at

  • Critically damped responses

Poles: Two real at

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the general second order system
The general second-order system
  • Natural frequency, ωn : frequency of oscillation of the system without damping.
  • Damping ratio, ζ : exponential decay frequency / natural frequency.

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transient response specifications of second order systems
Transient-response specifications of second order systems.
  • Overdamped system: two first-order systems.
  • Step response of under-damped second order systems:

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step response of under damped second order systems
Step response of under-damped second order systems.
  • Evaluation of peak time:
  • Evaluation of %OS:
  • Evaluation of settling time:

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step response of under damped second order systems1
Step response of under-damped second order systems.
  • Evaluation of rise time:

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3 6 system response with additional poles and zeros
3.6 System response with additional poles and zeros.
  • Additional poles.
  • - Additional pole의 허수 축과의 거리가 대표극점(dominant poles)의 허수 축과의 거리에 비해 상당히 클 때 그 극점은 무시될 수 있다.
  • - 그 거리가 상대적으로 작을 때 (5배 이하) specs에 영향.(특히 rise time)

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Additional poles.

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Additional zeros.

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- Affect the residue, do not affect the nature of the response.
  • - 허수축에 가까운 zero는 specs에 영향.(특히 overshoot)
  • - Nonminimum-phase systems.

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Time response from the transfer function.
    • 극점 중에서 대표극점(dominant poles)을 선택.
    • 대표극점(dominant poles): 극점들 중에서 과도응답이 가장 오래 지속되어 시스템 응답에 지배적인 역할을 하는 극점, 허수축에 가장 가까이 있는 극점.(residue 고려)
    • 대표극점의 단순 이차시스템으로 근사화하여 시간역 성능 예측.
    • 추가극점이나 영점을 대표극점과의 거리를 고려하여 영향 고려.

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