Mikhailov Criterion

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Mikhailov Criterion

 

a stability criterion for linear automatic control systems with constant parameters; the criterion was introduced by the Soviet scientist A. V. Mikhailov in 1936 and published in the journal Avtomatika i telemekhanika in 1938. The Mikhailov criterion is used for studying the stability of closed systems whose free motion is described by linear differential equations.

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Caption: Figure 6: Mikhailov criterion for quasi polynomial (9) when a = = 0.5 and [[tau.sub.2] [member of] [0, 0.009].