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**Nyquist (1) Hany Ferdinando Dept. of Electrical Engineering**

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

General Overview Relation between Magnitude and Phase Angle Freq. response can be analyzed also via Polar Plot (the polar plot is also called as Nyquist plot) Advantages and disadvantages How to plot Nyquist using Matlab is discussed here Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

What? Bode diagram uses two plots to show the frequency response of plants Nyquist combines both plots into a single plot in polar coordinate as w is varied from 0 to ∞One must have knowledge in using complex number both in general notation and in phasor form Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Polar Coordinate? There are two parameters: Radius, measured from the origin Angle (from positive real axis) Positive angle is counter clock wise Negative angle is clock wise For reference, students can study the general concept for algebra and geometry Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Advantage and Disadvantage**

It shows the frequency response characteristic of a system over the entire freq. range in a single plot Disadvantage: It does not clearly indicate the contribution of each individual factor of the open-loop transfer function Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

How to plot it? The idea is presented in: Integral/derivative factor First order factor Quadratic factor Students have to exercise themselves how to plot the nyquist plot for other factors!!! Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Derivative/integral factors (jw)±1**

Polar plot of (jw)-1 is negative imaginary axis Polar plot of (jw) is positive imaginary axis Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**1st-order factors (1+jw)±1**

For w = 0 1 angle 0o For w = 1/T 1/√2 angle -45o For w = ∞ 0 angle -90o Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**1st-order factors (1+jw)±1**

Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**1st-order factors (1+jw)±1**

For w = 0 1 angle 0o For w = 1/T √2 angle 45o For w = ∞ ∞ angle 90o Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**1st-order factors (1+jw)±1**

Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Quadratic Factor [1+2z(jw/wn)+(jw/wn)2]-1 For w0, G(jw) = 1 angle 0o For w∞, G(jw) = 0 angle -180o Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Quadratic Factor Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Quadratic Factor [1+2z(jw/wn)+(jw/wn)2] For w0, G(jw) = 1 angle 0o For w∞, G(jw) = ∞ angle 180o Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Quadratic Factor Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**General Shapes of Polar Plot**

Type 0 systems: the starting point (w=0) is finite on positive real axis. The tangent to polar plot at w=0 is perpendicular to the real axis. The terminal point (w=∞) is at the origin and the curve is tangent to one of the axes Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**General Shapes of Polar Plot**

Type 1 systems: at w=0, the magnitude is infinity and phase angle is -90o. At w=∞, the magnitude is zero and the curve converges to the origin and is tangent to one of the axes Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**General Shapes of Polar Plot**

Type 2 systems: at w=0, the magnitude is infinity and the phase angle is -180o. At w=∞ the magnitude becomes zero and the curve is tangent to one of the axes Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Polar plot of type 0, 1 and 2 w = 0 ∞ w Type 0 Type 1 Type 2 Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Polar Plot of high freq. range**

n-m = 1 Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Nyquist in Matlab Use [re,im,w]=nyquist(sys) ‘sys’ may be filled with (num,den) or transfer function or (A,B,C,D) in state space In Nyquist, it is important to see the direction of the curve Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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**Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando**

Next… The Nyquist plot is already discussed, the subjects are to plot several general equation in Nyquist and how to use Matlab to plot nyquist. The next class is Nyquist stability criterion and phase-gain margin. Students have to prepare themselves for this topic. Nyquist (1) - Hany Ferdinando

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