MapleSim Control Design Toolbox
The MapleSim™ Control Design Toolbox provides control design tools that extends MapleSim's plant modeling capabilities to support control design. Using a symbolic approach, you can design, analyze and test control systems.
You can also use the technical documentation tools available with MapleSim, to document your design decisions.
Features of this toolbox include:
Standard PID tuning techniques: Ziegler-Nichols time response, Ziegler-Nichols frequency response and Cohen-Coon
Advanced PID tuning techniques: Dominant pole placement, Pole placement in a specified region, and gain and phase margin
State Feedback Control: Single input pole placement (Ackermann), Multiple input pole placement, and LQR
State Estimation: Single output pole placement (Ackermann), Multiple output pole placement, and Kalman filter
Access to commands in the ControlDesign and DynamicSystems packages
Sample control design models in the Help > Examples > Control Design Examples menu
For more information about the toolbox
Perform one of the following tasks:
Open the Getting Started with the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox guide found on your desktop (Windows and Macintosh) or in your Control Design installation directory (Linux)
In a Maple worksheet, enter ?ControlDesign to view help topics related to the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox.
MapleSim Control Design Getting Started Guide
MapleSim Control Design Package Overview
Download Help Document
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