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INTRODUCTION There are two parts of the dynamical system’s response; the transient response and steady state response. In the transient response, the system goes from the initial state to the final state. The steady state response of a system is the behavior of the system as “t” approaches infinity. The steady state response of a dynamical system to a sinusoidal input is called “frequency response”. The response is generally studied in “time domain” or “frequency domain”. The transient response is generally studied in time domain using input functions such as step, impulse or ramp. Both time response and frequency response behaviors of systems are analyzed in this experiment. So the dynamic characteristics of these systems can be obtainede and the requirements for better can be determined. Theoretical Way: If the mathematical model of the system is known, the response of the system can be easily obtained using transfer function by applying Laplace Transformation analytically.

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