hw16 - Don’t worry about calculating break-away and...

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Assignment #16 Due Tue 11/15/05 1(20) Consider the feedback system shown. (a) For 0 ) ( = s D , find ) ( ) ( s X s Y . (b) For 0 ) ( = s X find ) ( ) ( s D s Y . (c) Write the characteristic equation for the closed loop system. (d) Find the value of K so that the closed-loop system is critically damped. 2(10) Text 11.2 3(10) Text 11.4 4(10) Text 11.21 5(32) Text 11.24 Sketch only for 0 K . Show all asymptotes and the direction of increasing K . Calculate all asymptote locations (centroids) and all asymptote angles.
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Unformatted text preview: Don’t worry about calculating break-away and re-entry points or ϖ j-axis crossings. 6(18) Text 11.49. Note that when a transfer function is written in the form τ s A s H + = 1 ) ( , the parameter is called the time constant. The 3dB bandwidth of the system (that is, the point at which the magnitude is decreased by a factor of 2 from its value at DC) is 1 .-+ X(s) Y(s) K ) 1 ( ) 2 ( + + s s s + + ) ( s D...
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2008 for the course ECSE 2410 taught by Professor Wozny during the Spring '07 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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