Papers Published

  1. Garg, D.P. and Ramakrishnan, S., An error analysis of signal stabilised limit cycling systems, Modeling and Simulation. vol.6, vol. I (1975), pp. 211 - 14 .
    (last updated on 2007/04/10)

    A mathematical analysis is advanced for the steady-state error occuring in cases of systems with signal stabilizing inputs. It has been found that when a limit cycling system is subjected to a sinusoidal input of high frequency, the rate at which the system approaches the steady-state depends on the amplitude of the stabilizing signal. An analytical approach along with simulation results which indicate that the steady-state error occuring in this method of limit cycle stabilization is largely dependent on the dither amplitude is advanced. This suggests the existence of a predictable range of allowable dither amplitudes for a zero or minimal steady-state error. This range is dependent on the system parameters

    analogue computer applications;error analysis;stability;