Transfer function with time delay, transcendental transfer function

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Question: How to define the transfer function
in Matlab?
s: is the laplace variable
z: is a spatial variable (also a constant here)
k1,k2,w: are constants

Answers (3)

MA on 13 Nov 2014
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close all
H = (-(((s^2)+(k1+k2)*s)/(w*(s+k2)))*z);
grid on
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August on 13 Nov 2014
there is the "exp" missing like:
H = exp(-(((s^2)+(k1+k2)*s)/(w*(s+k2)))*z);
but then matlab answers:
??? Error using ==> tf.exp at 31 The input argument of the "lti/exp" command must be a transfer function of the form -M*s.

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milad karimshoushtari
milad karimshoushtari on 4 May 2015
I have the same problem, did you find any answer?

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milad karimshoushtari on 23 Jun 2015
I found a solution for a similar problem, you can not define this transfer function in matlab or simulink. use the time domain equation with derivatives that resulted to this transfer function, then use finite deference method to approximate the derivative of spatial variable then you can write a recursive code in matlab or in s-func simulink to solve it, it is not easy! search for finite deference method to solve spatial dependent differential equations then you will figure out the rest.
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August on 24 Jun 2015
Thanks for your idea, do you have an example of your proposal or a link with example code?

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