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# ninteger

### Duarte Valério (view profile)

18 Aug 2005 (Updated )

Toolbox to help developing fractional order controllers and assess their performance.

bodeFr.m
```function varargout = bodeFr(F, Q, w, delay)

% [gain, phase, w] = bodeFr(F, Q, w, delay)
% Bode diagram of a fractional plant. Paramter w may be a vector with the
% frequencies of the plot (in rad/s) or a cell with the limits of the
% frequency range of the plot (in rad/s). If empty a suitable range is
% provided.
% F may be of the form [P I lambda D mu], in which case the plant is
% P + I/(s^lambda) + D*(s^mu) and parameter Q is irrelevant; or be an lti
% object, in which case Q will be the commensurate order (the default value
% of which will be 1. For instance, plant 1/(1+s^.5) correponds to
% F = tf(1,[1 1]) and Q = 0.5.
% Parameter delay is an optional delay, the default being 0.
% A Bode diagram is plot if there are no return values.
% Otherwise the function returns the gain (absolute value) and the phase
% (in degrees) at frequencies w (in rad/s).
% Duarte Valrio 2004

if nargin < 4, delay = 0; end % there is no delay by default
if nargin < 3 | isempty(w) % no data on w was provided
try % F is given as an ltimodel
temp = abs([tzero(F); pole(F)]);
catch % length(F) == 5, F is given as a list of parameters for a fractional PID
P = F(1); I = F(2); lambda = F(3); D = F(4); mu = F(5);
temp = sort([abs((-P+sqrt(P^2-4*D*I))/(2*D)) abs((-P-sqrt(P^2-4*D*I))/(2*D))]);
end % now temp has the zeros and poles of the plant
if min(temp)
wmax = 10^ceil(log10(max(temp))) * 100; %limits are powers of 10
wmin = 10^floor(log10(min(temp))) / 100;
else % temp has zeros
wmax = 100;
wmin = .01;
end
w = logspace(log10(wmin), log10(wmax), 10 * ceil(log10(wmax/wmin)));
end
% there are 10 frequencies per decade
if iscell(w) % only wmax and wmin were provided
wmin = w{1};
wmax = w{2};
w = logspace(log10(wmin), log10(wmax), 10 * ceil(log10(wmax/wmin)));
end
if nargin < 2 | isempty(Q), Q = 1; end % integer plants assumed as default

resp = freqrespFr(F, Q, w, delay); % freqrespFr does the important work
gain = abs(resp);

if nargout == 0 % there are no output variables, draw a plot
subplot(2,1,1)
semilogx(w, 20*log10(gain))
grid on
title('Bode diagram')
ylabel('gain / dB')
subplot(2,1,2)
semilogx(w, phase)
grid on
ylabel('phase / ')
else
varargout{1} = gain; % absolute value (NOT dB)
if nargout > 1, varargout{2} = phase; end % degrees
if nargout > 2, varargout{3} = w; end % rad/s
end```