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Unformatted text preview: S06 Professor TC. Tsao 8.25 MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems S06 Professor TC. Tsao 8.48 Notice that there are three unknowns: m,c,k. From the step response plot, we can extract the steady state value and two pieces of information regarding the transient response, which could be from peak time, overshoot, oscillation, frequency, convergence envelop, initial slope (velocity), etc. Here we use the peak time and overshoot since they are easily identified from the plot. MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems S06 Professor TC. Tsao 8.50 MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems S06 Professor TC. Tsao The math model is ( ) ( ) dE t kE t dt = With E(to) = 98.670=28.6 E(11to)= 94.670=24.6 E(11.5to)=93.470=23.4 Two data and two inknowns to and k: E(tto) = 28.6ek(tto)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2008 for the course MAE 107 taught by Professor Tsao during the Spring '06 term at UCLA.
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