# Control Systems - Linear Dynamic Systems and Signals - Lab Handout, Exercises for Electronic Circuits Analysis. Jamia Millia Islamia

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12.7 Laboratory Experiment on Control Systems

Problem: A Pitch Controller for a BOEING Aircraft The linearized equations governing the motion of a commercial aircraft, obtained by using the linearization methodology presented in Section 8.6, are given [10] by

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Part 2. Find the value for the static gain B such that the steady state error due to the unit ramp is reduced to O&P.QSRUTVV W  . For the obtained value of B , plot the corresponding closed-loop system step and ramp responses and notice the steady state unit ramp error improvement. Also observe the transient step response worsen due to an increased value of the static gain B . (Hint: Use the same time interval as in Part 1.)

Part 3. Plot Bode diagrams with the value for the static gain B obtained in Part 2. Use bode(K*num,den); and margin(K*num,den) to find the phase and gain stability margins, and observe that the phase margin is quite pure. Design a PD controller of the form C E

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Comment on the transient response improvement of the controlled system. (Hint: Try several values for the derivative constant in the range _3`ba]c4`ed_ .)

Part 4. Use a PI controller of the form fFgNhji&klGf?m,nohSi&klpa?qFrsaut1vi . Though the PI controller introduces a negative phase shift, you still can improve the system phase stability margin by placing the new gain crossover frequency in the range of low frequencies. Find the closed-loop step response of the system controlled by the PI controller and compare it to the closed-loop step response of the system controlled by the PD controller. Observe that the PI controller reduces the system frequency bandwidth ( wyx{z gets smaller) so that the system step response with the PI controller is slower, that is, it has longer rise time. Which controller do you prefer? Explain.

Part 5. Use a PID controller of the form f g h>ikl|f m,n} h1i&[email protected]r~a c iUr~a t vi and tune the values for a c and a t such that satisfactory results are obtained for both the transient response parameters and the steady state errors. Try also to achieve satisfactory stability margins, that is, €ƒ‚…„ †_‡ˆj‰_‡‹Š . Compare the results obtained with the corresponding results obtained in Parts 3 and 4. Which among the three controllers considered for this particular aircraft control problem do you prefer?

SUPPLEMENT:

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