Web-Based Control System Analysis and Design



The function calculates and plots the minimum gain margin, phase margin, and corresponding crossover frequencies of an SISO system. The gain margin is the factor by which the gain K can be raised before the system becomes unstable. It can be calculated from 1/G(jw), where |G(jw>)| is the magnitude at frequency w which makes the phase angle of G(jw) equal to -180 degrees.

Similarly, the phase margin is another measure which is used to indicate the stability margin of a system. It can be calculated from the phase of G(jw)-180 degrees at frequency w which makes the magnitude |G(jw)| equal to 1.0. The frequency w is then called crossover frequency.

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State-space equations
Transfer function
Zero-pole-gain representation

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