Simulink Introduction (Control Systems Focus and PID)
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Navigation: There are several items listed down the left column of the main page. These represent the various steps or approaches in the controller design process: System modeling and analysis - PID, root locus, frequency domain, state-space, and digital controller design - and Simulink modeling and control.
Along the top of the main page, you will find an introductory section along with seven interesting and informative examples which illustrate the controller design process. We recommend beginning by reading through all of the introductory sections and then continuing on to the examples.
Digital Control of Power Stage Voltage
In general the difficululty of the tutorials increases from left to right. You should be able to run most of the MATLAB programs by copying and pasting between windows; the Simulink models can be executed by downloading the model files.
You may also find the tutorials helpful as an on-line reference while doing homework assignments or for reviewing concepts before exams. About the Authors: These tutorials were originally developed by Prof.
Bill Messner at Carnegie Mellon and Prof. With further support from the MathWorks in and , Prof.
Messner, Prof. Additional funding by the MathWorks in allowed Prof. Hill to add the hardware-based activities that can be accessed under the Hardware tab at the top of this window. Further funding from the MathWorks in supported Prof. Shuvra Das Detroit Mercy to develop the Simscape models included for each of the examples.
Graduate student Jonathon Luntz CMU wrote the Simulink tutorials and contributed significantly in preparing the tutorials for web publication.
A prototype set of tutorials, developed by Prof. Use top tabs to navigate examples.
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