- Import measured data
- Fit a model (transfer function, state space, etc.) to your data
- Tune the parameters of your fit
- Plot the response of your fitted model against your measured data
Shape a transferfunction to measurement data in Control System Designer
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Hello everyone, For a self study assignment I have to create the transfer function of measurementdata to later shape a controller around. The data of the measurement is already analysed and I'm able to make bode plots out of it. The problem is that I can't find a way of fitting a magnitude plot with a known transfer function to the one of the measurements. I first tried using the MATLAB function 'tfest' but this didn't give coherent results (looks more like: as long as a lot of points are on the line, it must be correct).
I then tried to use the 'Control System Designer' app in MATLAB. This works great but comparing the output to the measurement plot is something I have to do by hand as of now. Does anyone know if it is possible to get the magnitude plot from the measurements into this app or is there a way to quickly get a visual feedback on whether or not both plots align?
Thanks in advance!
Sebastian Kammer on 26 May 2017
Unless I am missing something, it sounds like what you are trying to do is a perfect example to use the System Identification App.
This is a graphical user interface that will let you:
The link I copied above from our documentation contains many examples, including how to fit transfer functions and state-space models for linear systems.
I hope this helps.