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Series Compensation Design Using the Root Locus

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: J. M. Redwood
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This worksheet illustrates a method for designing a series-compensation network for a simple servo. The method involves altering the root locus of a servo by siting the network's poles and zeros in the complex plane so that the locus passes through dominant poles that produce the desired response. The compensated servo's responses to standard inputs are then compared with those of the uncompensated servo. Finally, the network is designed using standard components and the compensated servo's performance is checked using these components.

Application Details

Publish Date: December 09, 2004
Created In: Maple 9
Language: English

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