Stefania Cuoghi

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The paper presents a direct digital method to the design of a discrete lead-lag compensator for a robust control. The design specifications on phase margin, gain margin and crossover frequency of the close-loop system can be obtained by using numerical and graphical solutions. The discrete design method proposed in the paper is also compared with the(More)
In this paper three different methods for the synthesis of lead-lag compensators that meet design specifications on the phase margin and the gain crossover frequency are presented. These numerical and graphical methods are based on the choice of a degree of freedom of the regulators. These procedures aim to satisfy an additional specification for robust(More)
The aim of this paper is to present a comprehensive range of design techniques for the synthesis of the standard compensators (Lead and Lag networks as well as PID controllers) that in the last twenty years have proved to be of great educational value in a vast number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Control throughout Italy, but that to-date(More)
— This paper presents a design method for the synthesis of a general class of lead-lag com-pensators to exactly satisfy gain and phase margins specifications. A free parameter of the compensator is used as a degree of freedom in order to satisfy additional requirements on the phase and/or gain crossover frequencies. A graphical procedure for the compensator(More)
PID controller is a conventional controller which uses the advantages of Proportional, derivative and Integral controllers for achieving satisfactory results. PID controller gives better results in the system response, like less overshoot, reduced settling time, less steady state error etc even for nonlinear processes, when perfectly tuned. To achieve more(More)
This paper presents a new set of formulae for the design of discrete proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers under requirements on steady-state performance and robustness specifications, such as the phase and the gain margins, as well as the gain crossover frequency. The proposed technique has the advantage of avoiding trial-and-error procedures(More)
The advances in power electronics and new needs in renewable energy sources lead the multilevel converters to be advantageous compared to 2-level converters. Since modeling tools can be helpful to design new converter topology, this paper presents the dynamic models of the three basic topologies of multilevel converters: the Diode-Clamped, the(More)
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