Root-Locus Design


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Root-Locus Design
1010605 Root-Locus Design
THE DESIGN PROBLEM The root-locus method can be quite effective in the design of either continuous or discrete-time feedback control systems, because it graphically illustrates the variation of the system closed-loop poles as a function of the open-loop gain factor K. In its simplest form, design is accomplished by choosing a value of K which results in satisfactory closed-loop behavior. This is called gain factor compensation (also see Section 12.2)…
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Joseph J. DiStefano, III, PhD; Allen R. Stubberud, PhD; Ivan J. Williams, PhD: Schaum's Outline of Feedback and Control Systems, Second Edition. Root-Locus Design, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export