## How do you make a lag compensator with root locus?

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Lag Compensator design with Root Locus

- Draw the root locus of the given open loop uncompensated system with K=1.
- From given specifications determine the damping ratio.
- Draw a line from origin making an angle with the negative real axis.
- Determine open Loop gain K at Sd,by taking equation.

### What is the principal effect of a lead compensation on a root locus?

Lead or phase-lead compensator using root locus A phase-lead compensator tends to shift the root locus toward to the left in the complex s-plane. This results in an improvement in the system’s stability and an increase in its response speed.

#### How do you make a lag compensator?

1.4 Design Procedure

- Determine the compensator gain K to meet the steady state error requirement.
- Draw the Bode plots of KG(s).
- From the Bode plots, find the frequency ωg at which the phase of KG(s) is ∠KG(ωg)=PM−180∘+5∘∼10∘.
- Calculate β to make ωg the gain crossover frequency, 20logβ=20logK+20log|G(jωg)|.

**How is lead compensator calculated?**

The lead compensator is of the form C(s)=KTs+1αTs+1. The velocity error constant is defined as Kv=lims→0sC(s)G(s)=10K=100. Hence, we should choose K=10.

**When would you use a lead lag compensator?**

The lead compensator provides phase lead at high frequencies. This shifts the root locus to the left, which enhances the responsiveness and stability of the system. The lag compensator provides phase lag at low frequencies which reduces the steady state error.

## How does lead lag work?

In a traditional lead-lag system, the lead pump runs until the demand on the system is too great for the pump to meet, at which point the lag pump(s) initiate until demand is met.

### What is the purpose of root locus?

This is a technique used as a stability criterion in the field of classical control theory developed by Walter R. Evans which can determine stability of the system. The root locus plots the poles of the closed loop transfer function in the complex s-plane as a function of a gain parameter (see pole–zero plot).

#### What are the important steps in the design of a lag compensator?

The procedure that can be adopted to design with a cascade phase-lag compensator is: 1. Determine the frequency where the required phase margin would be obtained if the gain plot crossed the 0 dB line at this frequency. Allow for 5° phase lag from the phase-lag compensator when determining the new crossover frequency.

**What does a lead lag compensator do?**

A lead–lag compensator is a component in a control system that improves an undesirable frequency response in a feedback and control system. It is a fundamental building block in classical control theory.

**Why do we need lead and lag compensator?**