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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING NAME: STUDENT NO: zMNPQSTU UNIT: LINEAR SYSTEM AND CONTROL UNIT CODE: MMAN3200 ASSIGNMENT: WATER TANK SYSTEM INSTRUCTOR:
PARAMETERS h max1 =0.2. (Q+S+3) height of the Tank in m, h max2 =0.1. (T+U+1) height of Tank in m, b=10. (10-p) magnitude of the surge in Vs, d=0.01. (M+N+1) desired value h 2 in m.
Introduction Many industrial applications require an accurate control of liquid level, either in order to generate a constant flow of the liquid or a constant pressure. In this assignment the liquid used will be water and a linearised model of the water tank system will be assumed. (Figure 1). Figure 1 The dimensions of the tanks are the horizontal cross section area A and height hmax. The resistance of the outflow valve is R. These three parameters are constant. Volumetric flows qi and qo are flows into and out of the tank respectively, while h is water level Pre-tasks 1. Determine the transfer function G1(s) of the one-tank system where qi is the input and h is

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