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Unformatted text preview: EE 350 EXAM IV
S olu‘LCo AS 19 December 2007 Last Name (Print):
First Name (Print):
ID number (Last 4 digits): Section: DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO Test Form A INSTRUCTIONS 1. You have 2 hours to complete this exam. . This is a closed book exam. You may use one 8.5” X 11” note sheet. Calculators are not allowed. aspen: . Solve each part of the problem in the space following the question. If you need more space, continue your solution
on the reverse side labeling the page with the question number; for example, Problem 1.2 Continued. NO
credit will be given to solutions that do not meet this requirement. 5. DO NOT REMOVE ANY PAGES FROM THIS EXAM. Loose papers will not be accepted and a
grade of ZERO will be assigned. 6. The quality of your analysis and evaluation is as important as your answers. Your reasoning must be precise and clear; your complete English sentences should convey what you are doing. To receive credit, you must
show your work. Problem 1: (25 Points) 1. (10 points) Determine the transfer function for the circuit in Figure 1 and express your answer in the standard
form
Y(s) bmsm + bra—13'”—1 +    + bls + b0 F(s) sn+an_1s"_1 +~'+013+ao C4»): + P65) (/3 fa) a R R yap—am) Figure 1: Passive circuit with input voltage f (t) and output voltage y(t). Begun we out. Jailermmm} 5‘0 ‘Q/no’EIOAJ 59ft am cm‘rEuns to 2mm. 08!? u oHIILyq, 9' w LS] on Y“) = gL/IR Fco
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shown in Figure 2. Given that C = 0.5F, R = 19, L 2 5H, 110(0‘) 2 2V, and y(0_) = 2A, determine just the
zeroinput response yz¢(t) of the circuit for t Z 0. V00) + _ C
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S— Sh‘l'fl 5+"? 3. (7 points) An engineer seeks your help in determining the impulse response h(t) of a LTI system, and provides
the MATLAB data in Figure 3. >> [r,p,k] = residue(num,den) r:
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closedloop transfer function and express your answer in the standard form Y(s) bmsm+I)m_1sm—1 +'+bls+b0 R(s) s"+an_1s"_1++als+a0 Figure 4: Feedback control system. more, and: (5(5) = «La ECs\ " "L— EC‘B “ml 5° 5+L 5+3 \
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03m; thus Magil: tbO, bloc» any 2. (15 points) Figure 5 shows another closed—loop system where the parameters a and K are real—valued constants. Figure 5: Feedback control system with real—valued constant parameters K and a. (a) (7 points) Given that the parameter a is chosen so that the closedloop system is BIBO stable, specify
the value of K so that the DC gain of the closed—loop system is four. I
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is underdamped with C = 0.6. I
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f (t) = cos(w0t)
and recording the sinusoidal steady—state response
y(t) = Acos(wot + 9) for a range of frequencies wo. Table 1 shows the experimental data. Determine the frequency response function
of the system and express your answer in the standard form, for example, (JW/wl + 1) mi How) = Carefully read note 6 on page 1 of the exam. In order to receive partial credit, clearly describe your approach. ’/L Dc mugmbvﬂl (6Jb Jaw») :25 e— 70‘ 00” than pm gig“ S fact» 0' loo Jet/r0052—
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‘ 700 ThIJ 2. (12 points) Consider the system whose transfer function representation is H _100(s—1) c lea LED—r. o ill4‘
(S)— s+10 ’ 1° (lilo(5 5/10" The zero of the transfer function H (s) is called an unstable zero because it resides within the right—half of
the splane. (a) (1 point) What is the magnitude and sign of the DC gain? EC apu'u : HID): Io (Hto)l= ZOJBJ 2‘ Héﬁ 7' —,8o° (b) (1 point) What is the magnitude and sign of the high frequency gain? "'3" freﬁgam == H'Coo) == loo lH—(~)l=‘{oJﬂ) ‘LW‘ﬂlm" (c) (2 points) Provide a hand sketch of the magnitude and phase reponse of the zero term
yea/1 — 1. Carefully label the slope of the magnitude and phase plots and indicate the location of the corner frequency. ld.‘~/t —1 [5 060734533} : ldW/l +1): V(I)"*(r 7’
—§ The, magm’bvvﬁz 4 dW/I ‘I all are (ﬂeﬂ‘é‘laQ. (4.: 2; (d—w/l '13 = To"!~ (T I"!
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046 l w FVI‘ an vns'bq $2r‘3 i) — “IS—“ﬂack (d) (8 points) Sketch the straightline approximation of the magnitude and phase response of H (s) in Figure
6 (page 10) and Figure 7 (page 11), respectively. Label a_ll relevant features of the graphs. H9”): lo ﬁli—
d,u./,o +1 9 Magnitude [dB] 10¢ 10" Magnitude construction plot. 10‘ 10° 10‘ 1oz Magnitude plot. 10" 10° 10 ‘ 10 *
Frequency [rad/sec] Figure 6: Graphs for constructing the Bode magnitude response. 10 Phase [Degrees] Phase [Degrees] 10" Phase construction plot. Phase plot. 10° 10' 10’
Frequency [rad/sec] Figure 7: Graphs for constructing the Bode phase response. 11 10° Problem 4: (25 points) 1. (13 points) A LTI system has the transfer function representation l3s+45
32 + 103+9' (a) (3 points) Specify the system pole(s) and zero(s). V {II}
zerocs) sort:59, I35 1 qr = 0 :=> '29“? 5’ polocg sucks“;— 5L+lo$ + cl = (5+q)C.S+¢\ :0 =5 pole) we: S:C{ elm—a ssl
(b) (1 point) Is the system BIBO stable? Be. (also. be H1 polo) ham. noaa‘liwe mag «om/'ng tk, 5:51;,” 13
13:60 sthle. H(s) = (C) (2 130111138) What is the DC gain of the system? D ‘ x n a
C we
3¢C4vft the, rSas'bcm I; ﬁléo sﬁl. gel/0 1.5 ﬂ Hme = 15— = 5‘ Cf (3 points) Is the zerostate unitstep response under—damped, overdamped, or critically damped? Because, the. {,9ch ? H'CQ are, facing) Mga‘bueJ czan J‘Jél'x‘é ‘5“. 2‘: Ora5434.432— um —s '50? Ya)” one, B we‘rqﬂa acad— (e) (4 points) Find the impulse response representation of the system.
__ (gs—wo— ’ I35+yg _ ,4 + L
"‘5" .2. * ’ 5+: 5+?
5 1403+? CS+1)(.S+V)
A: (32% 35+"? ii _ l1
C5 (5+9) __ 3 '— ‘8 7 +155 ~1I7+~4r ,. 1.73: =
B =“Z{ l35+ ‘15‘ l = (‘9‘) = ’8 — ,3
5 v9 12 2. (12 points) A LTI system with input f(t) and output y(t) has the ODE representation dzy dy
__ 5 _  2 . (a) (3 points) Find the transfer function representation of the system and express your answer in the standard
form Sn+an—18n_1++als+a0 . ' .éﬁ
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ConJL'kwm SaE be zero :1 rm + $5 ch\ 4— 6 Us) = F0) [1(3) 2 (b) (5 points) Given the initial states y(0”) = 0 and y(0) = 1, ﬁnd the Laplace transform Y(s) of the
unitstep response, and express your result in the standard form bmsm + bra—181n—1 + ' ' ' + bls + ()0
s" +an_1s"_1 + ~v+als+a0 ‘ 3 .L.
Raped? garb («4) 5J5 [helm/(b the "HEWQ CUth‘Ltu/zs C(un 56$ Fm 5 Y(s) = .L $2 Y(s)53(o");;(o‘) + 55YC953(J) + 6”” _,_ Biz):
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Y6) {SI#55 443 '3 ~1— r +JS/Oi) +6’y/Zga) .1.
Ya» _. _,_$_1_____. 57455 +6 (0) (4 points) Using Y(s), determine the steady—state value of the unit—step response. Nah. and: sch) =. ._§_'L‘.——v— '— ___$_;*_L.— ha; InsEL polo;
S ' + :5 +6 c s +2\(5+3\ m ﬂu. LilWJ 4mg 5° W and ualve. Uaeorem 75 apphcaye‘ . 5+] L
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