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T he reason is t hat t he t ime constants of such

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Unformatted text preview: 4 a nd -~ < 8 < 0 . . ~ence, these segments are t he p art of root locus. I n o ther ' t he e ntIre real aXIS m t he left-half plane, except t he segment between - 2 a nd ~:d~, a p art o f t he r oot locus. ' IS 2. A real axis segment is a p art of t he root locus if t he sum of t he real axis poles a nd zeros o f G (s)H(s) t hat lie to t he right of the segment is odd. Moreover, t he r oot loci are symmetric about real axis. We c an readily verify in Fig. 6.41 t hat t he real axis segment t o t he right of - 8 has only o ne pole (and no zeros). Hence, this segment is a p art of the root locus. 3. T he n - m r oot loci terminate a t 0 0 a t angles k7r / (n - m) for k = 1, 3, 5, . ... Note t hat, according t o rule 1, m loci terminate on the open loop zeros, and the remaining n - m loci terminate a t 0 0 according to this rule. In Fig. 6.41, we verify t hat n - m = 2 loci terminate a t 0 0 a t angles k7r / 2 for k = 1 and 3. Now we s hall make an interesting observation. I f a transfer function G(s) has m (finite) zeros and n poles, t hen lims--+ooG(s) = sm/sn = l /sn-m. Hence, G(s) h as n - m zeros a t 0 0. This fact shows t hat although G(s) h as only m finite zeros, there are additional n - m zeros a t 0 0. According t o rule 1, m loci terminate o n m finite zeros, and according to this rule t he remaining n - m loci t erminate lit 0 0, which are also zeros of G(s). This result means all loci begin o n o pen loop poles a nd t erminate on open loop zeros. 4. T he c entroid of the asymptotes (point where t he asymptotes converge) of the (n - m) loci t hat t erminate a t 0 0 is a= (PI + 112 + ... + Pn) - (Zl + Z2 + . " + Z m) ( n-m) where P I, 1>"2, . .. , Pn are t he poles and Z l, Z 2, . .• , Z m are t he zeros, respectively, of t he open-loop transfer function. Figure 6.41 verifies t hat t he centroid of the loci is [ (-8 + 0) - 0]/2 = - 4. 5. T here are additional rules, which allow us t o compute t he points where the loci intersect and where they cross the j w axis to enter in the right-half plane. These rules allow us t o draw a quick and rough sketch of the root loci. But 441 Rul~ 3: n - m = 3. Hence, (all) t he t hree loci terminate a t 0 0 along asymptotes a t a ng es k7r / 3 for k = 1, 3 a nd 5. T hus, t he a symptote angles are 60 0 1200 a d 180 0 4. Rule 4: T he c entroid (where all t he t hree asymptotes converge) is (O~ 2 _4)/n = - 2' 3 We d raw three asymptotes s tarting a t - 2 a t angles 60 0 120 0 a nd 1800 h .. F ig 6 43 T his'o£ t' £Ii " a s S Own m . I' .' 1 o rma IOn s u ces t o give a n i dea a bout t he r oot locus. T he a ctual are 'g root OCI . also shown in F1 . 6. 43 . T wo 0 f t he a symptotes cross over t o t he R HP ' 3. behaVIOr which shows t hat for some range of K , t he s ystem becomes unstable. o .' C omputer E xample C 6.5 Solve E xample 6.21 using MATLAB. T he MATLAB commands to find t he r oot locus for this case are: n um=[O 0 0 1]; d en=conv(conv([1 0 ],[1 2 ]),[14]); r !ocus(num,den),grid 0 6 .7-4 Steady-St...
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