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THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE CHARACTERISTIC LOCUS DESIGN METHOD.

Abstract:

Recent work on the application of complex-variable theory to the analysis of linear multivariable systems has led to a design philosophy that integrates the frequency-response and the root-locus approach. A discussion of the 2-stage design technique that derives from this philosophy is undertaken, and its application to a 3-input/3-output model of a once-through boiler is considered. On the face of lack of excess measurements an outer-loop design study only is carried out where frequency-resp...

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Kouvaritakis, BA More by this author
Journal:
Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers
Volume:
126
Issue:
6
Pages:
542-548
Publication date:
1979-06-05
ISSN:
0020-3270
URN:
uuid:5dbe37f2-d7ef-4de0-b364-a61b656807ff
Source identifiers:
400556
Local pid:
pubs:400556

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