Using Model Objects
After you represent your dynamic system as a model object, you can:
Attach additional information to the model using model attributes (properties). See Model Attributes.
Manipulate the model using arithmetic and model interconnection operations. See Model Interconnection.
Analyze the model response using commands such as
step. See Linear Analysis.
Perform parameter studies using model arrays. See Model Arrays.
Design compensators. You can:
Design compensators for systems specified as numeric LTI models. Available compensator design techniques include PID tuning, root locus analysis, pole placement, LQG optimal control, and frequency domain loop-shaping. See PID Controller Tuning, Classical Control Design, or State-Space Control Design.
Manually tune many control architectures using Control System Designer. See Classical Control Design.
Use tuning commands such as
systuneor Control System Tuner to automatically tune a control system that you represent as a
genssmodel with tunable blocks. See Multiloop, Multiobjective Tuning.