compensator with pole in RHS of s-plane
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I am working on a project where i am trying to decouple the internal interaction of 2x2 industrial plant transfer function matrix aiming to get diagonal dominant matrix (Q(s)= G(s)K(s) where G(s) is the plant transfer function matrix and K(s) is the claculated compensators matrix) . I am getting 4 second and first order compensators each with a pole located in the right hand side of the s-plane. Can I acknowledge such compensators? Will the pole located in the RHS of s-plane be a potential of troubles or difficulties for controlling the resulted decoupled transfer function matrix Q(s)?
Thank you in advance
Sam Chak 2022-5-28
Basim, you should run a few more simulations under different conditions to verify if the approach works. After that, you should rigorously prove that your designed systems are stable, according to some stability theories.
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