% Nise, N.S.
% Control Systems Engineering, 6th ed.
% John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, 07030
%
% Control Systems Engineering Toolbox Version 6.0
% Copyright 2011 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
%
% (ch10p2) Example 10.5: We can use MATLAB to make Nyquist diagrams using
% nyquist(G), where G(s) = numg/deng and G is an LTI transfer-function object.
% Information about the plots obtained with nyquist(G) can be found by
% left-clicking the mouse on the curve. You can find the curve's label, as well
% as the coordinates of the point on which you clicked and the frequency. Right
% clicking away from a curve brings up a menu if the icons on the menu bar are
% deselected. From this menu you can select (1) system responses to be
% displayed and (2) characteristics, such as peak response.
% When selected, a dot appears on the curve at the appropriate point. Let
% your mouse rest on the point to read the value of the characteristic. You
% also may select (3) whether or not to show negative frequencies, (4) choices
% for grid on or off, and (5) choice for zooming to (-1,0), (6) returning to
% full view after zooming, and (7) properties, such as labels, limits, units,
% style, and characteristics. We can obtain points on the plot by using
% [re,im,w] = nyquist(G), where the real part, imaginary part, and frequency
% are stored in re, im, and w, respectively, and re and im are 3-D
% arrays. We can specify a range of w by using [re,im] = nyquist(G,w).
% We use re(:,:)', and im(:,:)' to convert the arrays to column vectors.
% Let us look at Example 10.5 in the text.
'(ch10p2) Example 10.5' % Display label.
clf % Clear graph on screen.
numg=[1 2]; % Define numerator of G(s).
deng=[1 0 0]; % Define denominator of G(s).
'G(s)' % Display label.
G=tf(numg,deng) % Create and display G(s).
nyquist(G) % Make a Nyquist diagram.
grid on % Turn on grid for Nyquist diagram.
title('Open-Loop Frequency Response')
% Add a title to the Nyquist diagram.
w=0:0.5:10; % Let 0<w<10 in steps of 0.5.
[re,im]=nyquist(G,w); % Get Nyquist diagram points for a range
% of w.
points=[re(:,:)',im(:,:)',w'] % List specified range of points in
% Nyquist diagram.