Unformatted text preview: use as many poles and zeros as you wish.) The simulation, which covers 100 seconds, turns the controller on at time t = 30, has a step up at t = 45, a step down at t = 55 and turns the controller back o± at t = 75. By plotting “ tim ” vs. “ clean_out ” in the workspace, determine the overshoot percentage for the step up and the step down. Also estimate the steady-state average output magnitude due to the input disturbances compared to the steady-state average output magnitude without control. Run at least three simulations using a di±erent “seed” in the “input disturbance generator” block. (Changing the seed changes the “random” input sequence generated by simulink.) Extra credit: See how small you can make the steady-state average magnitude of the output in the simulation when the control is active....
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- Spring '10
- 25%, Tim, 1 rad, 100 seconds, 1000 rad