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# TransferFunction

Discrete Transfer Function block

# Wolfram Language

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`SystemModel["Modelica.Blocks.Discrete.TransferFunction"]`
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# Information

This information is part of the Modelica Standard Library maintained by the Modelica Association.

The discrete transfer function block defines the transfer function between the input signal u and the output signal y. The numerator has the order nb-1, the denominator has the order na-1.

```       b(1)*z^(nb-1) + b(2)*z^(nb-2) + ... + b(nb)
y(z) = -------------------------------------------- * u(z)
a(1)*z^(na-1) + a(2)*z^(na-2) + ... + a(na)
```

State variables x are defined according to controller canonical form. Initial values of the states can be set as start values of x.

Example:

```Blocks.Discrete.TransferFunction g(b = {2,4}, a = {1,3});
```

results in the following transfer function:

```     2*z + 4
y = --------- * u
z + 3
```

# Parameters (4)

samplePeriod Value: Type: Time (s) Description: Sample period of component Value: 0 Type: Time (s) Description: First sample time instant Value: {1} Type: Real[:] Description: Numerator coefficients of transfer function. Value: {1} Type: Real[:] Description: Denominator coefficients of transfer function.

# Outputs (3)

sampleTrigger Type: Boolean Description: True, if sample time instant Type: Boolean Description: Rising edge signals first sample instant Type: Real[size(a, 1) - 1] Description: State of transfer function from controller canonical form

# Connectors (2)

u Type: RealInput Description: Connector of Real input signal Type: RealOutput Description: Connector of Real output signal

# Revisions

Release Notes:

• November 15, 2000 by Hans Olsson:
Converted to when-semantics of Modelica 1.4 with special care to avoid unnecessary algebraic loops.
• June 18, 2000 by Martin Otter:
Realized based on a corresponding model of Dieter Moormann and Hilding Elmqvist.