Contents

- 1 How do you construct a Bode plot?
- 2 Where can I start a Bode plot?
- 3 Why Bode plot is used?
- 4 What do Bode plots tell us?
- 5 How do you find K in Bode plot?
- 6 How do you draw a Nyquist plot?
- 7 What is the difference between Bode plot and Nyquist plot?
- 8 How do you draw asymptotic Bode plots?
- 9 What is gain in Bode plot?

## How do you construct a Bode plot?

Key Concept – To draw Bode diagram there are four steps:

- Rewrite the transfer function in proper form.
- Separate the transfer function into its constituent parts.
- Draw the Bode diagram for each part.
- Draw the overall Bode diagram by adding up the results from part 3.

## Where can I start a Bode plot?

Straight-line phase plot

- if is positive, start line (with zero slope) at.
- if is negative, start line (with zero slope) at.
- if the sum of the number of unstable zeros and poles is odd, add 180° to that basis.
- at every (for stable zeros ), increase the slope by degrees per decade, beginning one decade before (E.g.: )

## Why Bode plot is used?

A Bode Plot is a useful tool that shows the gain and phase response of a given LTI system for different frequencies. Bode Plots are generally used with the Fourier Transform of a given system. The frequency of the bode plots are plotted against a logarithmic frequency axis.

## What do Bode plots tell us?

Bode plots are a very useful way to represent the gain and phase of a system as a function of frequency. This is referred to as the frequency domain behavior of a system.

## How do you find K in Bode plot?

20log| K *(S)| = Any known magnitude in dB from bode plot,at any frequency less than or equal to lowest Corner frequency, than solve and find K. 20log| K *(S*S)| = Any known magnitude in dB from bode plot,at any frequency less than or equal to lowest Corner frequency, than solve and find K.

## How do you draw a Nyquist plot?

Rules for Drawing Nyquist Plots

- Locate the poles and zeros of open loop transfer function G(s)H(s) in ‘s’ plane.
- Draw the polar plot by varying ω from zero to infinity.
- Draw the mirror image of above polar plot for values of ω ranging from −∞ to zero (0
^{−}if any pole or zero present at s=0).

## What is the difference between Bode plot and Nyquist plot?

In brief, Bode (rhymes with roadie) plots show the the frequency response of a system. There are two Bode plots one for gain (or magnitude) and one for phase. The Nyquist plot combines gain and phase into one plot in the complex plane. It is drawn by plotting the complex gain g(iw) for all frequencies w.

## How do you draw asymptotic Bode plots?

Key Concept: Bode Plot for Complex Conjugate Poles

- For the magnitude plot of complex conjugate poles draw a 0 dB at low frequencies, go through a peak of height,
- To draw the phase plot simply follow low frequency asymptote at 0° until.

## What is gain in Bode plot?

The gain margin refers to the amount of gain, which can be increased or decreased without making the system unstable. It is usually expressed as a magnitude in dB. We can usually read the gain margin directly from the Bode plot (as shown in the diagram above).