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I have a below state-space equation.
--- eq. (1)
where A,B,C,D is coefficient, x is control variable, u is control input, and y is control output.
I want to generate the state-space model from the above equation (1).
For this reason, I tried to convert the equation (1) to state-space model using the matlab command ('ss').
However, It seems that the matlab command ('ss') can be only applied the following form.
--- eq. (2)
(The coefficient A to D in Eqs. (1) and (2) are different values. It was just used for the explanation)
How to generate state-space model of Eq. (1)?

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Paul
Paul il 31 Ott 2021
The output in eq (2) should be:
y = C*x + D*u
i.e., D multiplies the input. It's not a constant in the output.
To your question, the short answer is, no you can't, at least with the built-in functionality of the Control System Toolbox. The system as shown is (in general) not LTI, which is a key property of systems that toolbox is intended to be used for.
However, is it possible a term is missing from eq (1)? That is, should C multiply another input vector, maybe something like:
xdot = A*x + B*u + C*w ?
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Changwoo Lee
Changwoo Lee il 31 Ott 2021
Modificato: Changwoo Lee il 31 Ott 2021
First of all, thank you for your reply.
1) In Eq. (2), as like your answer, the corret form is y=C*x+D*u. It was my mistake.
2) In Eq. (1), C is constant matrix, and the form (xdot=A*x+B*u+C) is corret.
Refeclting your valuable comment, if assume that w=1, the equation (xdot=A*x+B*u+C*w) might be equal to (xdot=A*x+B*u+C), but I'm not sure that this procedure is corret.
With w=1 and your comment (xdot=A*x+B*u+C*w), could I generate the LTI (lineary time invariant) model in Matlab? It seems that the matlab command ('ss') not provide the disturbance term (w).
If there is no proper command in Control System Toolbox, how to generate the user-defined model manually?
Paul
Paul il 31 Ott 2021
It really depends on what you're going to do with your model. You could do something like this:
sys = ss(A,[B C],D,0);
which creates a new input vector unew = [u ; w] where u is the "real" input that can be anything and w is ficitious input that is always w = ones(size(C,2),1). Depending on what the use case is, you might be able always account for the fact that w is always fixed in all of your analysis. I guess it depends on what you're going to do with sys.

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