Tuning, Analysis, and Validation
Once your model is set up for tuning, the
systune command adjusts the tunable coefficients to meet your design requirements.
Tune Simulink Models
Analyze Tuning Results
|Transfer function for specified I/O set using |
|Open-loop transfer function at specified point using |
|Sensitivity function at specified point using |
|Complementary sensitivity function at specified point
|Update block values in Simulink model|
|Get current value of tuned variable in |
|Set current value of tuned variable in |
Analysis and Validation
Tuning reports from
Control System Tuner give you an overview of how well the tuned control
system meets your tuning goals.
Tuning-goal plots let you visualize your design requirements against tuned system responses, to see where and by how much tuning goals are satisfied or violated.
When you tune a control system, validate the results by examining system responses with the tuned parameters.
This example shows how to interpret and validate tuning results from
After building a tunable control system model and
specifying tuning goals, use
systune to tune
the parameters of your system.
Jointly tune the inner and outer loops of a cascade
If you have the Parallel Computing Toolbox™ software installed, you can speed up the tuning of fixed-structure control systems.
Motion Control Applications
This example uses
systune to control an inverted pendulum on a cart.
systune to tune the
current and velocity loops in a linear electric actuator with saturation
Tune a field-oriented controller for an asynchronous machine in one simulation.
Industrial Automation Applications
Tune a high-performance digital controller with bandwidth close to the sampling frequency.
systune to design and tune a MIMO controller for a
Diesel engine. The controller is tuned in discrete time for a single operating
systune to tune a
multi-loop controller for a rotorcraft.
systune to tune the
standard configuration of a longitudinal autopilot.
Achieve reliable control of a passenger jet by tuning a controller for multiple operating modes of the plant.