Wang Gaoteng

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This method can solve the problem.

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This method can solve the problem.

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Thank you very much for telling me the details.

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Thank you very much for telling me the details.

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@hirnyk Thank you very much.

@hirnyk Thank you very much.

@hirnyk 

By the way, when using 'rootlocus' command, why does some points exist in the figure? As the figure above,these points seems not the poles, and what are they?

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@hirnyk 

By the way, when using 'rootlocus' command, why does some points exist in the figure? As the figure above,these points seems not the poles, and what are they?

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Thank you very much. This 'RootLocusPlot' command is very useful, it even plots the asymptotic line in the figure, this is a feature some other sofeware isn't own, and it is very concise.

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Thank you very much. This 'RootLocusPlot' command is very useful, it even plots the asymptotic line in the figure, this is a feature some other sofeware isn't own, and it is very concise.

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Thank you very much. The command 'RootLocusPlot' in DynamicSystems package is the just command I'm longing for. It is very useful. It seem that transfer function must be proper, or a warning returned 'Warning, improper transfer-function, degree(num) > degree(den)', for example, sys := NewSystem(s^4*(1/(s*((1/5)*s+1)*((1/2)*s+1)))). Then I think the 'rootlocs' command in plots package is applied to all the rational function, because it can plot improper rational function. Does my thought right?

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Thank you very much. The command 'RootLocusPlot' in DynamicSystems package is the just command I'm longing for. It is very useful. It seem that transfer function must be proper, or a warning returned 'Warning, improper transfer-function, degree(num) > degree(den)', for example, sys := NewSystem(s^4*(1/(s*((1/5)*s+1)*((1/2)*s+1)))). Then I think the 'rootlocs' command in plots package is applied to all the rational function, because it can plot improper rational function. Does my thought right?

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@Kamel 

Thank you. By the way, can you tell me or give me a link about which input DynamicSystems accept or dont?

@Kamel 

Thank you. By the way, can you tell me or give me a link about which input DynamicSystems accept or dont?

Thank you very much. But when I run the model, the simulation failed. If I cut the line between sine souce and custom component, the component works very well.

From the equations, the component's input is sin(2*Pi*t). If I want the component's input is an undefined signal, namely, u(t),then how can I do this?   

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