This portal provides a number of interactive examples focused on control system theory. Crafted by researchers focused on controls of electromechanical systems, the intent is to help students and engineers "connect the dots" by showing the relationships between the frequency and time domains and to elucidate some of the more abstract control theory analysis and design concepts.
What is here?
1) A series of articles focused on control system theory are to be found here.
2) A web-based simulator suited to test out concepts right away without MatLab/Simulink installed on your machine.
3) Bode Plot Engine, a computing and plotting environment with combined symbolic and numerical inputs.
4) Many other articles focused on power electronics, motor control, and instrumentation.
This site is viewed complementary to other websites focused on control theory- because those do not have interactive elements deemed crucial to understanding the nuances of analysis and design techniques.
Crucial interactive demos are complemented by MatLab(©) code examples that allow the reader to readily port script to a standalone MatLab(©) application. All examples were extensively tested for 1:1 match with MatLab.
The following YouTube video highlights some of the interactive features found on this portal.
Bode plots of low/high-pass filters, PI controller, lead/lag filters and build-your-own.
Introduction to Lead and Lag compensators. Bode plot characteristics and simulation.
Bode Plot Engine - scripts can now be shared via page URL
The integration block in Web-Based Simulator now supports initial condition .
Added a video introduction to some of the interactive features.
Fixed Documentation links on the Web-Based Simulator page.
Final Value Theorem
Bode Plot Engine - scientific notation enabled.
Bode Plot Engine
Bode Plot Engine Documentation
Web-based Simulator Documentation
IIR to FIR System Conversion
2nd-order System Dynamics
Digital Control Loops
Time Domain Scope Feature
System Dynamics - Time Constants
Control System Block Diagram
Interactive Fourier Series Demo