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Course: ASE 330M 18510, Spring 2011
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University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE 330M Linear System AnalysisUnique Number: 12880, Spring 2007Homework #5Frequency Response FunctionBIBO StabilityDate given: March 29, 2007Date Due: April 10, 20071. An LTI system has a step response (et sin t)u(t).(a) Determine whether the sys
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% Homework 5, Problem 1clear allclose allclc% Problem 1a.) Plot x(t) = 3exp(-2*t)*1(t)t = (-1:0.01:5);jj_minus = find(t&lt;0);jj_plus = find(t&gt;=0);one = zeros(size(t);one(jj_plus) = ones(size(t(jj_plus);x = 3*exp(-2*t).*one;subplot(3,1,1)plot(t,x
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE 330M Linear System AnalysisUnique Number: 12880, Spring 2007Homework #6Date Given: Wednesday, April 11, 2007Due Date: Monday, April 23, 2007For this homework, when necessary, you are permitted use of MATLAB and/or calculator inevaluating roots o
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE 330M Linear System AnalysisUnique Number: 12880, Spring 2007Homework #7Date Given: April 24, 2007Due Date: May 1, 2007For this homework, unless otherwise indicated, you are permitted use of MATLAB and/or calculatorin evaluating roots of polynomi
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE 330M Linear System AnalysisUnique Number: 12880, Spring 2007Homework #8Date Given: May 1, 2007Due Date: May 9, 2007 at 10.00am1. An LTI system at zero initial conditions is subject to an input signal x(t) = te3t u(t). Theresulting output is desi
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE 330M Linear Systems: Fall 2008Homework #3: Due 10/7/2008 by 5PMConsider the linear systems described by the differential equations below:a)D2 5 D 6 y t D 1 u t u t 6y 0 2, y 0 1b)D2 4 D 4 y t Du t u t sin 3ty 0 3, y 0 4c)D D 1 y t D 2
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE330MHomework#4Problem#1:1.22(Textbook)Problem#2:Consideradifferentialequationin y t characterizedbydifferentialoperatorsQ D D 2 D 3 ,P D 1.Supposethesystemisinitiallyatrest( y 0 0 , y 0 0 ).Findthecompletesolutioniftheforcinginputsignalisgiven x
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE330MHomework#6DueDecember5th,2008ReadingAssignment:Sections4.5,4.7,and4.8Problem#1,Fortheunityfeedbacksystembelow,identifythefollowingquantities:(a)Theplanttransferfunction, Y s / U s (b)Thecontrollertransferfunction, U s / E s (c)Theclosedloopt
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE 330M Homework #1 (Review of Vectors &amp; Dynamics)Due: Friday, September 14th.Reading Assignment: Read Chapters 1-3 of Torby (available as PDF from blackboard)Problem #1:During the encounter with the asteroid Gaspra, the Galileo spacecrafts position
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
ASE330MFall2008:Homework#2DueMonday,September29thThe diagram below illustrates a particle P of mass m that is constrained to move radially along arecessed channel on a spinning turntable. The motion of the mass is subject to some stiffness andfriction
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University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
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University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
University of Texas - ASE 330M - 18510
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