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Page 1 O K L A H O M A S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING ECEN/MAE 3723 Systems I Fall 2006 Final Exam December 12, 2006 Choose any four out of five problems . Please specify which four listed below to be graded: 1)_____; 2)_____; 3)_____; 4)_____; Name : ______________________________ Student ID: ________________________________ E-Mail Address:_______________________________________

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Page 2 Problem 1 : Using block diagram reduction technique to rearrange the following block diagram into the equivalent H and G configurations of the feedback control system shown below. Clearly identify the transfer functions for ) ( s G p , ) ( eq s H and ) ( eq s G . H Configuration G Configuration
Page 3 Problem 2 : Find the transfer functions 1 8 / Y Y and 1 2 / Y Y of the SFG shown below.

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Unformatted text preview: Page 4 Problem 3 : Figure below shows the block diagram of the antenna control system of the solar-collector field. The signal ) ( s N denotes the wind dust disturbance acted upon the antenna. The feedforward transfer function ) ( s G d is used to eliminate the effect of ) ( s N on the output ) ( s Y . Find the transfer function ) ( / ) ( = R s N s Y . Determine the expression of ) ( s G d so that the effect of ) ( s N is entirely eliminated. Page 5 Problem 4 : Considering the feedback control system shown below, determine the feedback coefficients ( k 1 and k 2 ) so that the poles of the closed-loop control system are located at -5 and -7. Page 6 Problem 5 : Obtain an analogous electrical circuits (using force-voltage analogy) for the mechanical system shown below....
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