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Figure 19: Plot and frequency analysis for modifications to Skogestad’s settings for G 1 (s). (setpoint step = 1, disturbance step = 1)
Figure 20: Plot and frequency analysis for modifications to Skogestad’s settings for G 6 (s). (setpoint step = 1, disturbance step = 10)
Figure 21: Plot and frequency analysis for modifications to Skogestad’s settings for G 8 (s). (setpoint step = 1, disturbance step = 10)
Figure 22: Plot and frequency analysis for modifications to Skogestad’s settings for G 9 (s). (setpoint step = 1, disturbance step = 10)
Figure 23: Plot and frequency analysis for modifications to Skogestad’s settings for G 10 (s). (setpoint step = 1, disturbance step = 0.5)
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