D-08 - a (s) m (s) (s) Kpot Kpot 100 s+100 K 0.8 s(s+1.32)...

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Figure 6:  The root-locus plot of the open-loop system. The pole at 0 is the dominant pole because it has a time constant of 1/0 = ∞  Time constant = 1/(  x  n) ζ ω (  x  n) = 0;  n = 0 rad/sec ζ ω ω  = 0 ζ Closed-loop Characteristics of the system θ i (s)         Vi(s)           Vp(s)               E
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Unformatted text preview: a (s) m (s) (s) Kpot Kpot 100 s+100 K 0.8 s(s+1.32) Kg Figure 7: Block diagram of the closed-loop system. Since the power amplifier, the motor and the gear are in cascade as shown in the block diagram, we can combine them to form a single...
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D-08 - a (s) m (s) (s) Kpot Kpot 100 s+100 K 0.8 s(s+1.32)...

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