Response Enhancement of a Singularly Perturbed System Based on Eigenvalue Assignment
Othman Alsmadi and Adnan Al-Smadi
Singular perturbations occur when small changes produce substantial effects. This problem arises in various fields of science and engineering problems. In this paper, the eigenvalue assignment of a singularly perturbed minimum phase system using state feedback which leads to a simple eigenvalue reassignment procedure. The singularly perturbed system, using singular perturbation, can be divided into two subsystems independent of each other. Based on the slow subsystem only, we can obtain a feedback gain that reassigns the eigenvalues to provide a desired system response.