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F O U RTime ResponseSOLUTIONS TO CASE STUDIES CHALLENGESAntenna Control: Open-Loop ResponseThe forward transfer function for angular velocity is, 0(s) 24 G(s) = V (s) = (s+150)(s+1.32) P a. 0(t) = A + Be-150t + Ce-1.32t 24 b. G(s) = 2 . Therefor
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T E NFrequency Response TechniquesSOLUTION TO CASE STUDY CHALLENGEAntenna Control: Stability Design and Transient PerformanceFirst find the forward transfer function, G(s). Pot: K1 = Preamp: K Power amp: 100 G1(s) = s(s+100) Motor and load: Kt 1
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S E V E NSteady-State ErrorsSOLUTIONS TO CASE STUDIES CHALLENGESAntenna Control: Steady-State Error Design via Gain76.39K a. G(s) = s(s+150)(s+1.32) . System is Type 1. Step input: e() = 0; Ramp input: 1 2.59 = 76.39K = K ; Parabolic input: e()
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