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Started by David November 28, 2009
Hi to all!

I'm studing Nyquist plot for assessing the stability of a system with 
feedback.

I'd like to calculate point where the graph intersect Real and Imaginary 
axis.
I've found a method witch is based on Routh table, using it it's possible to 
find the point of intesect.

Does anyone know where I can find somo information about?

Thaink you very much!
David 


On Nov 28, 4:34&#2013266080;pm, "David" <s...@spam.com> wrote:
> Hi to all! > > I'm studing Nyquist plot for assessing the stability of a system with > feedback. > > I'd like to calculate point where the graph intersect Real and Imaginary > axis. > I've found a method witch is based on Routh table, using it it's possible to > find the point of intesect. > > Does anyone know where I can find somo information about? > > Thaink you very much! > David
Wikipedia
John,

>> Wikipedia
thank you very much for your answer. I'd like to ask if you could send me the link to wikipedia page where is discussed this. thank you very much! Bye David
>Hi to all! > >I'm studing Nyquist plot for assessing the stability of a system with >feedback. > >I'd like to calculate point where the graph intersect Real and Imaginary
>axis. >I've found a method witch is based on Routh table, using it it's possible
to
>find the point of intesect.
Why do you care where the Nyquist plot itself intersects the axes? Are you confusing it with a root locus plot (or something else)? Are you trying to draw the plot by hand (I've not seen 'rules of thumb' for doing this, but it sounds doable), rather than use it?