MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by Mechanicalland Content Editor
2y ago
Matlab® provides very useful commands for the designer of control systems. One of these commands is the ‘residue()’ command. With the ‘residue()’ command, you can convert a transfer function that is given as polynomials to partial fractional representation. Here we show how to use the ‘residue()’ command in Matlab® with a very basic coding example. You can try this code in your Matlab® software. YOU CAN LEARN MatLab® IN MECHANICAL BASE; Click And Start To Learn MatLab®! How To Use The ‘residue()’ Command In MatLab®? The use of the ‘residue()’ command is very simple. Check the example below.&nb ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by Mechanicalland Content Editor
2y ago
MechanicalBase is a very introductive website to learn and improve Matlab® skills. But if you are a new starter to Matlab®, there is a DVD set that you can get from Amazon in a very cheap way! Some of the learners of Matlab® can learn much more easily by watching videos and making applications and exercises by following these videos. And yes, there are lots of kinds of free video tutorials out there to start to learn Matlab®. But these tutorials are generally given information up to a certain level. After that level, you need to pay this person or institution to learn all the aspects of Matlab ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by Mechanicalland Content Editor
2y ago
To make designing control systems easy, Matlab® provides lots of kinds of tools and commands. One of these commands is the ‘zp2tf()’ command. With this command, you can easily convert the transfer function which is given in the zero-pole gain form, into polynomial form.  Also, there is another command that you can do the reverse of this thing in Matlab®. Here we explain the use of the ‘zp2tf()’ command in Matlab® with a very basic code example. You can try this code in your Matlab® product. YOU CAN LEARN MatLab® IN MECHANICAL BASE; Click And Start To Learn MatLab®! How To Use Th ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by MB-Editor
2y ago
Matlab® provides very useful commands for the designer of control systems. One of these commands is the ‘residue()’ command. With the ‘residue()’ command, you can convert a transfer function that is given as polynomials to partial fractional representation. Here we show how to use the ‘residue()’ command in Matlab® with a very basic coding example. You can try this code in your Matlab® software. YOU CAN LEARN MatLab® IN MECHANICAL BASE; Click And Start To Learn MatLab®! How To Use The ‘residue()’ Command In MatLab®? The use of the ‘residue()’ command is very simple. Check the example below.&nb ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by MB-Editor
2y ago
MechanicalBase is a very introductive website to learn and improve Matlab® skills. But if you are a new starter to Matlab®, there is a DVD set that you can get from Amazon in a very cheap way! Some of the learners of Matlab® can learn much more easily by watching videos and making applications and exercises by following these videos. And yes, there are lots of kinds of free video tutorials out there to start to learn Matlab®. But these tutorials are generally given information up to a certain level. After that level, you need to pay this person or institution to learn all the aspects of Matlab ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by MB-Editor
2y ago
To make designing control systems easy, Matlab® provides lots of kinds of tools and commands. One of these commands is the ‘zp2tf()’ command. With this command, you can easily convert the transfer function which is given in the zero-pole gain form, into polynomial form.  Also, there is another command that you can do the reverse of this thing in Matlab®. Here we explain the use of the ‘zp2tf()’ command in Matlab® with a very basic code example. You can try this code in your Matlab® product. YOU CAN LEARN MatLab® IN MECHANICAL BASE; Click And Start To Learn MatLab®! How To Use Th ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by MB-Editor
2y ago
Control systems are very important in engineering and their applications are very common. Matlab® provides various kinds of tools to make it easier to devise different control systems. One of these commands is the ‘tf2zp()’ command. Here we explain the use of the ‘tf2zp()’ command with a very basic code example. You can try this in your Matlab® software.  How To Use ‘tf2zp()’ Command In MatLab®? You know that in control system design, transfer functions are very important. Some mathematical manipulations are required to see transfer functions in intended forms. One of these forms is the z ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by MB-Editor
2y ago
In the control system design, if the transfer function is known, some of the test inputs can be applied to see both the transient response and steady-state response of the system. Step input is one of these inputs that applied to the transfer function.  MATLAB For Beginners: A Gentle Approach If you are interested to learn Matlab® at an engineering level, click on the given link or the ‘Shop Now’ button to check the recommended book by Mechanical Base, from Amazon! Matlab® provides a very useful command called as ‘step()’ command. You can use the ‘step()’ command to test a transfer funct ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by MB-Editor
2y ago
In automatic control systems, transfer functions are very important. Matlab® provides various kinds of useful tools to manipulate transfer functions. Here you can find all the commands to manipulate and convert control system transfer functions in Matlab®. MatLab® Commands For Transfer Functions YOU CAN LEARN MatLab® IN MECHANICAL BASE; Click And Start To Learn MatLab®! Here you can look at the list and find out the required transfer function command in Matlab®.  The ‘tf2zp()’ Command In Matlab®: With the ‘tf2zp()’ command, you can convert a transfer function of a control system to ..read more
MechanicalBase » MatLab Programming
by MB-Editor
2y ago
Matlab® provides various kinds of useful tools to calculate different mathematical expressions with the given values or value sets. The ‘sinint()’ and ‘cosint()’ commands are two examples of this.  Here we explain these commands and their use in the Matlab® command window.  What Do These Commands Do? The ‘sintint()’ command in Matlab® calculates the integral above. You just need to enter a value inside the parentheses of the ‘sinint()’ command then execute the code. The ‘cosint()’ command also calculates the integration above again. >> sinint(2) ans = 1.6054 >> ..read more

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