Homework8 - AE3515 Spring 2011 Homework#8 Due Thursday...

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Unformatted text preview: AE3515 Spring 2011 Homework#8 Due Thursday March 17 th at start of lecture Read Chapters 1 and 7 (ignoring the bit on ‘state-space’) Some hints, requests and standards • Make it clear what your final answer is – preferably, box it! • When asked to write out a solution by hand, you actually need to write it out by hand – the output of the Matlab command ilaplace prints out very badly and is difficult to read • When dealing with numeric values, please show them in decimal form – don’t leave them in crazy fractions like 19/269 – except in the case of the simplest fractions such as ½ or 1/3. This is especially true when dealing with output from Matlab where the values aren’t simple integers or nice clean fractions. • In partial fraction expansions, complex roots need to be expressed as second order systems of the form: 2 2 2 2 1 2 ϖ + + + + a as s K s K which can then be related to 2 2 2 2 ϖ ϖ + + + + + a as s B Aa As To be completed individually 1) Thinking through why we make control systems. a. Name at least three reasons from textbook/lecture-coverage-adding-to-textbook why we make control systems. b. Give two examples of open-loop control systems that you use in your everyday life c. Give two examples of closed-loop control systems in you use in your everyday life...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course AE 3515 taught by Professor Haddad during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Homework8 - AE3515 Spring 2011 Homework#8 Due Thursday...

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