The Correlation between Time and Frequency Dynamic Performance of Control System

Abstract:

Article Preview

The control system performance requirement was divided into three parts. They were the stability, rapidity and accuracy. The time-frequency domain analysis in the requirements of three performance were measured through quantitative performance index. The mutual restriction of time-frequency performance and system characteristic parameters of normal second order was discussed. The correlation of system time-frequency performance index was established. The relationship between time-frequency performance indexes in standard two order system was extended to higher order system. The mutually constraining and time-frequency correlation between each performance index was obtained by analysis and calculation. The work had been done above had practical significance to reflect the system dynamic performance in different analytical domains.

Info:

Periodical:

Edited by:

Fangping Zhang

Pages:

186-189

Citation:

M. X. Zeng et al., "The Correlation between Time and Frequency Dynamic Performance of Control System", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 628, pp. 186-189, 2014

Online since:

September 2014

Export:

Price:

$38.00

* - Corresponding Author

[1] Shuzi Yang, The fundamental of Control Engineering (Fourth Edition) [M]. Hubei: Huazhong University of Science and Technology press. (2003).

[2] Katsuhiko (America), Modern control engineering (Fourth Edition) [M]. Electronics industry press. 2002. 7.

[3] Jinjun Lu, Analysis between related performance indexes of control system [J]. Journal of Nantong Vocational College. 2004,18 (4) :26~28.

[4] Mengxiong Zeng, Time-frequency virtual test of two order system dynamic characteristics [J]. Journal of China Three Gorges University (Natural Science Edition). 2005,25 (3) :251~253.

[5] Xiaoling Ma, Analysis and application of transient response performance index of two order system [J]. Journal of Guizhou Normal University (Natural Science Edition), 2003,21 (5) :22~24.