how to use transfer function in scilab

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Geraldo Netto Geraldo Netto
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how to use transfer function in scilab

Hi Guys,

How are you doing?

Sirs, i'm pretty newbie in scilab and i would like to know
how can i use transfer function( tf() from matlab )
in scilab?

i read about clr, but i was unable to use it
ie: i was not able to use "clr()"

Kind Regards and Best Wishes,

Geraldo
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Shriram Sampat Shriram Sampat
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Re: how to use transfer function in scilab

hi geraldo,

try syslin and ss2tf

enough examples in help, if you read about this function. but anyway,
here is one

sys_dc = syslin('c',A,B,C,D)
tf1 = ss2tf(sys_dc)

A B C and D are the state space matrices.

hope this helps :)

Ram


Geraldo Netto wrote:

> Hi Guys,
>
> How are you doing?
>
> Sirs, i'm pretty newbie in scilab and i would like to know
> how can i use transfer function( tf() from matlab )
> in scilab?
>
> i read about clr, but i was unable to use it
> ie: i was not able to use "clr()"
>
> Kind Regards and Best Wishes,
>
> Geraldo
>  

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Geraldo Netto Geraldo Netto
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Re: how to use transfer function in scilab

Hi Shriram,

Thank you very very much for your support :)

Kind Regards and Best Wishes,

Geraldo

On 23/01/2008, Shriram Sampat <[hidden email]> wrote:

> hi geraldo,
>
> try syslin and ss2tf
>
> enough examples in help, if you read about this function. but anyway,
> here is one
>
> sys_dc = syslin('c',A,B,C,D)
> tf1 = ss2tf(sys_dc)
>
> A B C and D are the state space matrices.
>
> hope this helps :)
>
> Ram
>
>
> Geraldo Netto wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> >
> > How are you doing?
> >
> > Sirs, i'm pretty newbie in scilab and i would like to know
> > how can i use transfer function( tf() from matlab )
> > in scilab?
> >
> > i read about clr, but i was unable to use it
> > ie: i was not able to use "clr()"
> >
> > Kind Regards and Best Wishes,
> >
> > Geraldo
> >
>
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>
>


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Vincent COUVERT-3 Vincent COUVERT-3
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Re: how to use transfer function in scilab

In reply to this post by Geraldo Netto
Hi,

What about function syslin ?

Vincent

Geraldo Netto a écrit :

> Hi Guys,
>
> How are you doing?
>
> Sirs, i'm pretty newbie in scilab and i would like to know
> how can i use transfer function( tf() from matlab )
> in scilab?
>
> i read about clr, but i was unable to use it
> ie: i was not able to use "clr()"
>
> Kind Regards and Best Wishes,
>
> Geraldo
>  

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