Design of Control Systems in State Space and Solving Pole-Placement Problem with Four different Methods
This paper presenting a design method commonly called the
pole-placement or pole-assignment technique. Assumed that all
state variables are measurable and available for feedback. It will
be shown that if the system considered is completely state
controllable, then poles of the closed-loop system may be placed
at any desired locations by means of state feedback through an
appropriate state feedback gain matrix. The present design
technique begins with a determination of the desired closed-loop
poles based on the transient-response and/or frequency-response
The beginning with presenting the basic materials on pole-
placement in regulator systems. Then the main problem solved
with three different methods, followed by MAT LAB solution.
Finally, the criteria of each method and the comparison between
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