ESE406_2010_HW03 - ESE 406 - SPRING 2010 HOMEWORK #3 DUE...

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ESE 406 - SPRING 2010 HOMEWORK #3 DUE 3-Feb-2009 Problem 1 You should be able to solve all parts of problems 3.2 through 3.9 in the textbook. Submit solutions to the following problems from the textbook: a. Problem 3.3(c). Answer: b. Problem 3.5(e). Answer: c. Problem 3.7(d). Also make a pretty graph of f(t). Answer: d. Problem 3.7(f). Answer: Problem 2 Solve the following problem using Laplace transforms: 2 2 11 10 4sin2 (0) 0 (0) 5 dy d y y t dt dt y dy dt ±± Problem 3 Create a simulink model of the differential equation you solved in the previous problem. The model should look like this: Recall that the initial conditions are entered into Simulink as initial conditions in the integrators. Under Simulink Æ Simulation Æ Configuration Parameters, under “solver options,” select “Fixed step” from the “type” pull- down menu and “ode1 (Euler)” from the “solver” pull-down menu. You should also set the “stop time” to 50.0 seconds. You will experiment with different fixed-step sizes, starting with 0.1 seconds. The pull-down dialog should look like this:
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We want to get a quantitative comparison of the numerically integrated answer with the exact analytical answer.
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2010 for the course HOMEWORK ESE406 taught by Professor Bruekothman during the Spring '10 term at UPenn.

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