Frequency response, Dynamics, Hybrid computers, Programming
This paper describes a hybrid computer microprogram which plots frequency domain responses for linear systems. The microprogram computes the real and imaginary parts of the system output and displays either Bode or Nyquist plots. Various approaches are discussed and a detailed explanation of the one selected is presented. The major areas of discussion are the sinewave generator, the computation of real and imaginary parts of the system output, the logarithm computation and the digital control logic. The conclusion give s comparison of a Nyquist plot made with the microprogram with one calculated by a digital computer. Possible improvements for the microprogram are also discussed.
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Simons, Fred O., Jr.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
iv, 33 pages
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Frequency response (Dynamics), Hybrid computers -- Programming
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