Root Locus Plot

Root Locus Plot: In the electrical drives employing closed loop control techniques, it is often necessary to investigate the effects of changing the parameters of the system on its stability.…

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Stability Criterion in Network Function

Stability Criterion in Network Function: Stability Criterion - Passive networks are said to be stable only when all the poles lie in the left half of the s-plane. Active networks…

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Controller Design Frequency Response

Controller Design Frequency Response: The Controller Design Frequency Response (or root locus) alters or reshapes the frequency response (or root locus) of the original system to the desired one. Thus…

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Methods of Compensation in Control System

Methods of Compensation in Control System: The Different Methods of Compensation in Control System are Cascade Compensation Feedback Compensation Load Circuit Compensation Input Circuit Compensation A drive system having closed…

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Nyquist Criterion

Nyquist Criterion: Nyquist Criterion - This stability criterion enables one to establish the stability of a system using a graphical procedure in the frequency domain. Here also there is no…

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Stability Control Drives

Stability Control Drives: The concept of stability is very well known. By the term stability one implies the ability of a system to return to its original position or attain…

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Introduction Control Techniques in Electric Drives

Introduction Control Techniques in Electric Drives: An electric drive is a well established industrial drive as it has several ad¬≠vantages and special features. Its Control Techniques consists in starting, speed…

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