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The block diagram of a control system is given in the attachment.The inner loop is positive feedback, i.e. Ks>0, and hence the system is unstable. Adding a P-D controller on the forward channel and a unity negative feedback, one can stabilize the system.

Find:

1. The conditions of Kc and Tc to stabilize the system.
2. The value of Kc and Tc to let Mp=163% and ts=0.8, when Ks=0.8 .

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The block diagram of a control system is given below. The inner loop is positive feedback, i.e. Ks>0ï¼Œand hence the system is unstable. Adding a P-D controller on the forward channel and a unity negative feedback, one can stabilize the system. Find:

1. The conditions of Kc and Tc to stabilize the system.
2. The value of Kc and Tc to let Mp=163% and ts=0.8, when Ks=0.8 .

The actual system 1/sÂ² is a double integrator with 2 poles at the origin. There are two loops CL1 is the inner loop while CL2 is the outer loop.
Recall that:
Mp - (peak output - steady state)/step size
tr - rise time from 10% of the step size to 90% of the step size
ts - settling time from control start to the system staying within 5% of ...

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This solution provides a step by step method for the design of a PD controller to meet some performance parameters to control a double integrator system.

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