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# IntroductiontoControls MEM255

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Date Created: 09/23/15
MEM 255 Introduction to Control Systems Modeseigenvalues amp eigenvectors Harry G Kwatny Department of Mechanical Engineering amp Mechanics Drexel University Outline Similarity Transformations Eigenvalues amp Eigenvectors 0 Using MATLAB 0 Diagonal Form 0 Modes 0 Complex eigenvalues Similari Transformations 5c Ax bu 5c Ax Bu n m xeR ueR yeRF yCxDu ycxdu Now consider the transformation to new states Z defined by xTzcgt ZT71x 2T 1ATZT IBu T2ATZBu yCTZDu yCTZDu sothat 2AZBquot Aquot T 1ATB T IBC CTD D yCZDu Eigenvalues amp Eigenvectors Consider the square nx n matriXA as a map from R to R ie y Ax Does there exist a nontrivial input vector k such that the output vector y points in the same direction as h ie y 2h 7 where is some scalar Ah 2 Let39s try to solve for h 11 7Ah 0 gt A nontrivial solution exists iff detlI 7A 0 Characteristic polynomial Ml detlI 7A A Diml r 77 an MA 0 has n roots 11 2 possibly complex possibly repeated Choose one say 2 is 1ln and nd the corresponding 11 w 7AM o Example 1 gdistinct roots 73 A 5 32detidiAdet v5 z5l9 3 75 73 15 f10116 2182w 725 73 771 7217Ahl0 0 73 725 772 3771737720 1 gt gt 73m3m0 771 772 h 1772 7 73 0 71 7817Ahl 377 72 1 gt 7 gt i3 f3 fo 771 772 ha J02 Example 2 grepeated roots 5 0 25 0 2 A detM Adet z5 0 5 0 25 22525 55 0 771 0 t39 f df 315 16 Oran 0 55 77 y771 772 2 771 1 0 mm lawH 51 Ah1 0 Diagonal Form 11 12 39 39 A lt Eigenvalues elgensystem of A I h1 h2 39 39 hw Independent elgenvectms rem hz w m 4 h M Am hi m h1 112 hwquotAh1 Ah2 77 Ah h1 h2 77 Wm 1 m M hz WM hz 11wE dfagmr 71quot Example gt De ne A v Compute eigensystem Check similarity trans Use linear solve rather than 111V 03482 08704 03482 gtgt an gtgt ans 90000 0 0 1nvV 90000 700000 700000 VAV 90000 700000 700000 gtgt A3 2 14 gt VVD819 AV 5 A W 0000 W W 0000 amp 61 8581 1907 4767 0 0000 0 0000 0000 0000 0000 W W 4082 8165 4082 Modal Coordinates 1 Consider the system in diagonal form The 2 coordinates are referred to as 39modal coordinates39 2 z1 1x uiln Suppose we solve these equations to obtain 21 t i ln the we can obtain the solution in the original coordinates via 21 I xv mt a hz km 24 m twee r z I Notice that each term hxzx t describes a motion that takes place in the line de ned by 11 Model Coordinates 2 221 I Ix0 h F l zm 9211 Modal Coordinates 3 Suppose the system is unforce u t 0 The initial conditions for the modal coordinates are 2D T 1x The solution is z t el zmil n xt hie1 2 l 7 7 hweyzn The modes are the vector time functions he I is the mode shape The solution is a linear combination of the modes If A is real so is I and the modal response is a simple exponential If there are n linearly independent eigenvectors then the set of solutions hie1quot Jae14 is called a fundamental set of solutions Any solution to the homogeneous equation x Ax is a linear combination of the fundamental solutions R21 1A212R1 A1 6 Exam 1 Example Cont d gtgt A71 12 73 gtgt EVe1gA E 08069 03437 05907 09391 V 02679 0 0 37321 08069 slow mode 31 02679 h1 05907 03437 fast mode 22 37321 h2 0 9391 Example Cont d WW K M 08069 05907I ll IVI 09391 034374 M Vl Complex Modes 1 Ifthe an eigenvalue 1 is complex the so is the eigenvector To make things easier to interpret we can construct real ones Suppose A 039 fa is a complex eigenvalue and xlz Then the corresponding eigenvectors are huh Correspondly the two fundamental solutions are hleltjzfem They are complex We will replace them with real ones Complex Modes 2 De ne x1t 01161 hfe 1 hm jhuemcosatjsinat 2 hLR jhuem cosmt jsinmt hLRem costar hue sinmt 1 x2 I 3 h1821 hle hLRe39 sm at huem cosmt m1k4c12 d x 0 1 x Emth 05v 00559 h 48944 gtgt Ao 174 705 04437 gtgt EVe1gA E 00559 044371 00559 044371 08944 08944 v 02500 198431 0 0 02500 198431 System Transmission Line Turbine Generator Tailwater Differential Equations Q h 2 5 2 4 Qz PZ2X105 90 aZ1021198x105Q 1079 107w 9 425 000 Remaining Elements Splitter Orifice Valve Turbine mass balance Q Q Q Q C3 kshz ow accross orifice P3 kshz Q 1 Q0 Ct B throttle valve charateristic P4 P5 Cth Cma hydro machine characteristic Find QSQt P P4 2 Recall the variables Q hpa 1 are treated as known Sol ns t0 Algebraic Equations P2 909256h2 0001851 00909256Q 00090744160 P4 907441h2 00185118a 00907441Q 00092559a Q 907441h2 00185118Z 0909256Q 0090744160 Q 907441h2 00185118Z 00907441Q 0090744160 df State Eguations h7 722686 0227314 0 70022686 h 7000462795 Q 7 70454628X10394 70104546X10394 0 453721x10 8 Q 92559 9 9 0 0 9 0 60 0943556 943556X10393 7106101 7105157 60 000192485 Modes 7225582 705324408853 705327108853 70150x104 0851 70007 0004 0099 h2 00 00 00 0990 Q 0213 70358 70596 0097 9 70480 0718 00 00 a The Matnx ExponentIal ReVISIted Recall the matrix exponential e Miami111 iAW 2 k Now suppose T is the transformation matrix that diagonalizes the matrix A TquotAT A 2 diagM NJ Construct Tquote quotT Tquotequot T TquotITTquotATI TquotA2th T39Mthk 1 A1 lTquotATTquotATt2 77 iTquotATW 2 k ImlA2t2 iAk1k 2 k diag 21quot Summary Similarity transformations Diagonalization using Eigenvectors 0 Modes amp Modal coordinates Interpreting behavior in terms of modes 0 Converting complex modes into real ones

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