Title: Computing Lower Bounds of µ-Values for a Class of Rotary Electrical Machines
Author(s): Mutti-Ur Rehman, M. Fazeel Anwar
Pages: 33-46
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Mutti-Ur Rehman, M. Fazeel Anwar, Computing Lower Bounds of µ-Values for a Class of Rotary Electrical Machines, Int. J. Anal. Appl., 17 (1) (2019), 33-46.

Abstract


In this article we present the computations of lower bounds of well-known mathematical quantity in control theory known as structured singular value for a family of structured matrices obtained for a DC Motor, that is an electrical machine. The comparison of lower bounds with the well-known MATLAB function mussv is studied. The structured singular values provide an important tool to synthesize robustness as well as analyze performance and stability of feedback systems.

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