COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF LARGE SYSTEMS BY ROUTH EXPANSION METHODS.

Rao S. Vittal, Jayant Ramakrishnan

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Abstract

Routh Canonical state variable representation is very useful for evaluating the suboptimal/near optimal controllers for large scale systems. The simplification procedure requires no knowledge of the system eigenvalues/eigenvectors and the stability of the reduced order model is guaranteed if the original system is stable. An interactive computer aided design package has been developed using the CTRL-C language. CTRL-C developed by Systems Control Technology Inc. , provides valuable primitive functions for the analysis and design of control systems. The proposed package provides additional CTRL-C primitives which are useful in the derivation of reduced order aggregated models, evaluation of their performance and design of suboptimal/near optimal controllers.

Original languageEnglish
Pages273-277
Number of pages5
StatePublished - 1985

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