ass5 - SYSC 3600 Assignment#5 For this assignment...

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SYSC 3600 – Assignment #5 **** For this assignment, computations must be performed "manually". While you are welcome (and are indeed encouraged) to use Matlab to check your results, you are required to demonstrate to ability to work without it. Pretend that you are writing an examination and that Matlab is not available. **** 1/. The transfer function for the solenoid system of assignment 2 is mL R k s m k mL bR mL k s m b L R s mL k s V s X s H S S SOL SOL IN / ) / / / ( ) / / ( ) /( ) ( ) ( ) ( 2 2 3 + + + + + + = = (a) What is the defining differential equation for the system? (b) Assuming that L = 0.1H, R = 1 , m = 1 kg, b = 10 N-s/m, k SOL = 2 kg-m/coul-s and k S = 800 N/m (all as in assignment 2), what will x ( t ) be if V IN ( t ) is 10 u ( t ) Volts? Use Laplace techniques to produce your answer. (c) What "sanity checks" can be applied to your answer to part (b)? Don’t forget to consider your simulation results from assignment 2. 2/. The defining differential equation for a system is

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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2009 for the course SYSC 3600 taught by Professor John bryant during the Winter '08 term at Carleton CA.

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