MATLAB Examples

# Three-Phase Synchronous Machine Governor Control Design

This example script shows how you can linearize a Simscape™ Electrical™ model to support control system stability analysis and design. It uses example model pe_sm_governor_control_design.

An alternative and recommended way to linearize Simulink® and Simscape models is to use Simulink Control Design™. Simulink Control Design linearizes your model at operating points you specify. It also returns a state-space model object with state names. If you have Simulink Control Design available, open the model pe_sm_governor_control_design and from the toolbar select Analysis->Control Design->Linear Analysis. Then select Linearize At... from the Operating Point menu and set the simulation snapshot time to 4 seconds. Finally click the Bode icon on the toolstrip.

## Open Model

Open the model.

```open_system('pe_sm_governor_control_design') ``` ## Trim Model

Trim the model by running closed-loop and selecting the state at 4 seconds when generator is in steady-state.

```assignin('base','ClosedLoop',1); % Close the speed-control feedback loop [t,x,y] = sim('pe_sm_governor_control_design'); idx = find(t>4,1); X = x(idx,:); U = y(idx); ```

## Linearize Speed-Control Feedback Loop

Open the speed-control feedback loop, linearize the model, and close the speed-control feedback loop.

```assignin('base','ClosedLoop',0); % Open the speed-control feedback loop [a,b,c,d]=linmod('pe_sm_governor_control_design',X,U); assignin('base','ClosedLoop',1); % Close the speed-control feedback loop ```

## Bode Diagram

Plot the Bode diagram.

```c = -c; d = -d; % Negative feedback convention npts = 100; w = logspace(-3,5,npts); G = zeros(1,npts); for i=1:npts G(i) = c*(1i*w(i)*eye(size(a))-a)^-1*b +d; end figure ax1 = subplot(2,1,1); semilogx(w,20*log10(abs(G))) grid on ylabel('Magnitude (dB)') title('Bode diagram: speed-control feedback loop') ax2 = subplot(2,1,2); semilogx(w,180/pi*unwrap(angle(G))) ylabel('Phase (degrees)') xlabel('Frequency (rad/s)') linkaxes([ax1,ax2],'x') xlim(w([1 end])) grid on ``` 