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ps2_soln - find tr limit search to 0< t< tp to find...

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EE 428 Problem Set 2 Solutions -11- Problem 9: (part 1) function [tr, ts, Mp, tp, yss] = find_resp_char(y,t); % FIND_REP_CHAR time response characteristics of dynamic responses % EE 428 % Fall 2007 % Problem 9 Part 1 % assumes last point of y vector represents steady-state value yss = y(end); % find Mp (percent) and tp [Mp, tp_index] = max(y); Mp = 100*(Mp - yss)/yss; tp = t(tp_index);
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Unformatted text preview: % find tr; limit search to 0 < t < tp to find initial 10% to 90% rise in response tr_range_indices = find( (y >= 0.1*yss) & (y <= 0.9*yss) & ( t <= tp)); tr = max( t(tr_range_indices) ) - min( t(tr_range_indices) ); % find ts by flipping t and y yf = flipud(y); tf = flipud(t); ts_indices = find( (yf >= 1.01*yss) | (yf <= 0.99*yss) ); ts = tf ( min(ts_indices) );...
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