About: Bode plot is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 1015 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 11830 citation(s).
01 Sep 1992-IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
Abstract: A fractional slope on the log log Bode plot has been observed in characterizing a certain type of physical phenomenon and has been called the fractal system or the fractional power pole. In order to represent and study its dynamical behavior, a singularity function method is presented which consists of cascaded branches of a number of pole-zero (negative real) pairs or simple RC section. The distribution spectrum of the system can also be easily calculated, and its accuracy depends on a prescribed error specified in the beginning. The method is then extended to a multiple-fractal system which consists of a number of fractional power poles. The result can be simulated by a combination of singularity functions, each representing a single-fractal system. >
25 Nov 2008-IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
Abstract: An isolated three-port bidirectional dc-dc converter composed of three full-bridge cells and a high-frequency transformer is proposed in this paper. Besides the phase shift control managing the power flow between the ports, utilization of the duty cycle control for optimizing the system behavior is discussed and the control laws ensuring the minimum overall system losses are studied. Furthermore, the dynamic analysis and associated control design are presented. A control-oriented converter model is developed and the Bode plots of the control-output transfer functions are given. A control strategy with the decoupled power flow management is implemented to obtain fast dynamic response. Finally, a 1.5 kW prototype has been built to verify all theoretical considerations. The proposed topology and control is particularly relevant to multiple voltage electrical systems in hybrid electric vehicles and renewable energy generation systems.
01 Dec 1971-Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry
Abstract: Summary Diffusion processes both with and without chemical reactions in the solution can be expressed by non-integer order transfer functions for the concentration change at the electrode surface and the current density. The principle and the method of simulating these non-integer order transfer functions by RC-networks and operational amplifiers, using the graphical approximation on the Bode diagram, are shown and discussed. It is proved that the present method is quite useful not only for the simulation of a simple diffusion process but also for a basic model experiment of monolayer problems and even for computational measurements of the activity of a deposited metal in real systems.
TL;DR: A new tuning method for fractional order proportional and derivative (PD ¿) or FO-PD controller is proposed for a class of typical second-order plants and shows that the closed-loop system can achieve favorable dynamic performance and robustness.
Abstract: In recent years, it is remarkable to see the increasing number of studies related to the theory and application of fractional order controller (FOC), specially PI ? D ? controller, in many areas of science and engineering. Research activities are focused on developing new analysis and design methods for fractional order controllers as an extension of classical control theory. In this paper, a new tuning method for fractional order proportional and derivative (PD ?) or FO-PD controller is proposed for a class of typical second-order plants. The tuned FO-PD controller can ensure that the given gain crossover frequency and phase margin are fulfilled, and furthermore, the phase derivative w. r. t. the frequency is zero, i.e., the phase Bode plot is flat at the given gain crossover frequency. Consequently, the closed-loop system is robust to gain variations. The FOC design method proposed in the paper is practical and simple to apply. Simulation and experimental results show that the closed-loop system can achieve favorable dynamic performance and robustness.
01 Apr 2006-Journal of The Electrochemical Society
Abstract: Bode plots, corrected for Ohmic resistance, logarithmic plots of the imaginary component of the impedance, and effective capacitance plots are shown to be useful complements to the more traditionally used complex-plane and Bode representations for electrochemical impedance data. The graphical methods are illustrated by synthetic data and by experimental data associated with corrosion in saline environments. Bode plots are shown, in particular, to be confounded by the influence of electrolyte resistance. The plots proposed here provide useful guides to model development for both reactive and blocking systems. The logarithmic plots of the imaginary component of the impedance and effective capacitance plots are useful for all impedance data, and the correction for Ohmic resistance in Bode plots is useful when the solution resistance is not negligible.