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Unformatted text preview: Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Unit 3: Time Response Part 1: Poles and Zeros and FirstOrder Systems Engineering 5821: Control Systems I Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science Memorial University of Newfoundland February 9, 2009 ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems 1 Poles and Zeros 1 FirstOrder Systems ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Poles and Zeros This unit of the course considers the relationship between a system’s transfer function and the response of the system in the time domain. ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Poles and Zeros This unit of the course considers the relationship between a system’s transfer function and the response of the system in the time domain. It corresponds to chapter 4 in the textbook. ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Poles and Zeros This unit of the course considers the relationship between a system’s transfer function and the response of the system in the time domain. It corresponds to chapter 4 in the textbook. The poles and zeros of the input and the transfer function can be quickly inspected to determine the form of the system response. ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Poles and Zeros This unit of the course considers the relationship between a system’s transfer function and the response of the system in the time domain. It corresponds to chapter 4 in the textbook. The poles and zeros of the input and the transfer function can be quickly inspected to determine the form of the system response. Of course, we can obtain this form from the ILT, but looking at the poles and zeros allow us to see it more quickly . ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Definitions The poles of a function are values of s for which the function becomes infinite. ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Definitions The poles of a function are values of s for which the function becomes infinite. e.g. s = 2 is the pole of 1 s +2 . ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Definitions The poles of a function are values of s for which the function becomes infinite. e.g. s = 2 is the pole of 1 s +2 . The zeros of a function are values of s for which the function becomes zero. ENGI 5821 Unit 3: Time Response Poles and Zeros FirstOrder Systems Definitions The poles of a function are values of s for which the function becomes infinite. e.g. s = 2 is the pole of 1 s +2 . The zeros of a function are values of s for which the function becomes zero. e.g. s = 3 is the zero of s +3 s +2 ....
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