Enforce passivity of a frequency-weighted transfer function when tuning in **Control System
Tuner**.

Weighted Passivity Goal enforces the passivity of *H*(*s*)
= *W _{L}*(

$${\int}_{0}^{T}y{\left(t\right)}^{T}u\left(t\right)dt}>0,$$

for all *T* > 0.
Weighted Passivity Goal creates a constraint that enforces:

$${\int}_{0}^{T}y{\left(t\right)}^{T}u\left(t\right)dt}>\nu {\displaystyle {\int}_{0}^{T}u{\left(t\right)}^{T}u\left(t\right)dt}+\rho {\displaystyle {\int}_{0}^{T}y{\left(t\right)}^{T}y\left(t\right)dt},$$

for the trajectories of the weighted transfer function *H*(*s*),
for all *T* > 0.
To enforce the overall passivity condition, set the minimum input
passivity index (*ν*) and the minimum output
passivity index (*ρ*) to zero. To enforce an
excess of passivity at the inputs or outputs of the weighted transfer
function, set *ν* or *ρ* to
a positive value. To permit a shortage of passivity, set *ν* or *ρ* to
a negative value. See `getPassiveIndex`

for
more information about these indices.

In **Control System Tuner**, the shaded area on the plot represents the region in the
frequency domain in which the tuning goal is not met. The plot shows the value of the index
described in Algorithms.

In the **Tuning** tab of **Control System Tuner**, select **New Goal** > **Weighted Passivity Goal**.

When tuning control systems at the command line, use `TuningGoal.WeightedPassivity`

to
specify a step response goal.

Use this section of the dialog box to specify the inputs and outputs of the transfer function that the tuning goal constrains. Also specify any locations at which to open loops for evaluating the tuning goal.

**Specify input signals**Select one or more signal locations in your model as inputs to the transfer function that the tuning goal constrains. To constrain a SISO response, select a single-valued input signal. For example, to constrain the gain from a location named

`'u'`

to a location named`'y'`

, click**Add signal to list**and select`'u'`

. To constrain the passivity of a MIMO response, select multiple signals or a vector-valued signal.**Specify output signals**Select one or more signal locations in your model as outputs of the transfer function that the tuning goal constrains. To constrain a SISO response, select a single-valued output signal. For example, to constrain the gain from a location named

`'u'`

to a location named`'y'`

, click**Add signal to list**and select`'y'`

. To constrain the passivity of a MIMO response, select multiple signals or a vector-valued signal.**Compute input/output gain with the following loops open**Select one or more signal locations in your model at which to open a feedback loop for the purpose of evaluating this tuning goal. The tuning goal is evaluated against the open-loop configuration created by opening feedback loops at the locations you identify. For example, to evaluate the tuning goal with an opening at a location named

`'x'`

, click**Add signal to list**and select`'x'`

.

To highlight any selected signal in the Simulink^{®} model, click . To remove a signal from the input or output list, click . When you have selected multiple signals, you can reorder
them using and . For more information on how to specify signal locations
for a tuning goal, see
Specify Goals for Interactive Tuning.

Use the **Left weight WL** and **Right
weight WR** text boxes to specify the frequency-weighting
functions for the tuning goal. *H*(*s*)
= *W _{L}*(

*W _{L}* provides the weighting
for the output channels of

`tf(1,[1 0.01])`

to specify a
high weight at low frequencies that rolls off above 0.01 rad/s.If the tuning goal constrains a MIMO transfer function, scalar
or SISO weighting functions automatically expand to any input or output
dimension. You can specify different weights for each channel by specifying
matrices or MIMO weighting functions. The dimensions *H*(*s*)
must be commensurate with the dimensions of *W _{L}* and

`diag([1 10])`

as If you are tuning in discrete time, you can specify the weighting functions as discrete-time models with the same sampling time as you use for tuning. If you specify the weighting functions in continuous time, the tuning software discretizes them. Specifying the weighting functions in discrete time gives you more control over the weighting functions near the Nyquist frequency.

Use this section of the dialog box to specify additional characteristics of the step response goal.

**Minimum input passivity index**Enter the target value of

*ν*in the text box. To enforce an excess of passivity at the specified inputs, set*ν*> 0. To permit a shortage of passivity, set*ν*< 0. By default, the passivity goal enforces*ν*= 0, passive at the inputs with no required excess of passivity.**Minimum output passivity index**Enter the target value of

*ρ*in the text box. To enforce an excess of passivity at the specified outputs, set*ρ*> 0. To permit a shortage of passivity, set*ρ*< 0. By default, the passivity goal enforces*ρ*= 0, passive at the outputs with no required excess of passivity.**Enforce goal in frequency range**Limit the enforcement of the tuning goal to a particular frequency band. Specify the frequency band as a row vector of the form

`[min,max]`

, expressed in frequency units of your model. For example, to create a tuning goal that applies only between 1 and 100 rad/s, enter`[1,100]`

. By default, the tuning goal applies at all frequencies for continuous time, and up to the Nyquist frequency for discrete time.**Apply goal to**Use this option when tuning multiple models at once, such as an array of models obtained by linearizing a Simulink model at different operating points or block-parameter values. By default, active tuning goals are enforced for all models. To enforce a tuning requirement for a subset of models in an array, select

**Only Models**. Then, enter the array indices of the models for which the goal is enforced. For example, suppose you want to apply the tuning goal to the second, third, and fourth models in a model array. To restrict enforcement of the requirement, enter`2:4`

in the**Only Models**text box.For more information about tuning for multiple models, see Robust Tuning Approaches (Robust Control Toolbox).

When you tune a control system, the software converts each tuning
goal into a normalized scalar value *f*(*x*).
Here, *x* is the vector of free (tunable) parameters
in the control system. The software then adjusts the parameter values
to minimize *f*(*x*) or to drive *f*(*x*)
below 1 if the tuning goal is a hard constraint.

For **Weighted Passivity Goal**, for a closed-loop
transfer function *T*(*s*,*x*) from
the specified inputs to the specified outputs, and the weighted transfer
function *H*(*s*,*x*)
= *W _{L}*(

$$f\left(x\right)=\frac{R}{1+R/{R}_{\mathrm{max}}},\text{\hspace{1em}}{R}_{\mathrm{max}}={10}^{6}.$$

*R* is the relative sector index (see `getSectorIndex`

) of [*H*(*s*,*x*); *I*],
for the sector represented by:

$$Q=\left(\begin{array}{cc}2\rho & -I\\ -I& 2\nu \end{array}\right),$$

where *ρ* is the minimum output passivity
index and *ν* is the minimum input passivity
index specified in the dialog box. *R*_{max} is
fixed at 10_{6}, included to avoid numeric errors
for very large *R*.

This tuning goal imposes an implicit minimum-phase constraint
on the weighted transfer function *H* + *I*.
The transmission zeros of *H* + *I* are
the *stabilized dynamics* for this tuning goal.
The **Minimum decay rate** and **Maximum
natural frequency** tuning options control the lower and
upper bounds on these implicitly constrained dynamics. If the optimization
fails to meet the default bounds, or if the default bounds conflict
with other requirements, on the **Tuning** tab, use **Tuning
Options** to change the defaults.