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SYSC 3600 – Assignment #8 1/. A system responds as shown below when subjected to a 20 Input step input. The left hand scale is in Outputs and the bottom scale is in seconds. What are the natural frequency, damping ratio, and static gain of the system? What is the system&s transfer function? 2/. Question #1(c) of assignment #6 could have been solved by treating the right hand side of the defining differential equation as the sum of two signals and by superimposing ±off the shelf² responses from the notes. Redo the question using this approach. Hint: What is the derivative of a step? 3/. Model the system shown below in state space form.
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Unformatted text preview: Draw the simulation / block diagram for the system and, using block diagram reduction, obtain the transfer function for the system. What are the natural frequency, damping ratio, and static gain of the system? Assuming that R 1 = 3 Ω , R 2 = 1 Ω , C = 100mF, and D = 200mH, will the system output overshoot its final value when the system is subjected to a 5V step input? If so, calculate the time and magnitude of the overshoot. What is the system&s 4% settling time? Confirm your results by using Simulink to simulate the system&s response to a 5V step and submit the results of this simulation....
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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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