System Dymanics Lab Report Final

System Dymanics Lab Report Final - HOXHAEndri...

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HOXHA Endri ROSECRANS Drew QUESTION 1: NO CONTROLLER  The gain is 0.5, therefore, the response of the system is half of the original step value  30, at 15. This is a problem because we want the system to respond at 30. The response time is  about 15 seconds. QUESTION 2: CONTROLLER P *A controller with Kp=1 is not good because it is taking away too much from the original input,  lowering the output down to 10, even worse than without a controller. The response time  improves, though. *The response with a controller with Kp=5 gives a slight overshoot and then stabilizes at about  23, still giving us an error. *As we increase the Kp to 10, the static error gets better, but we begin to have some oscillation.  The final output is recorded at 25 with the system becoming stable at about 8 seconds. *A proportional controller reduces the static error as you increase the Kp value, but the  drawback is that the more accurate you get, the more oscillation there is to the system. 
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HOXHA Endri ROSECRANS Drew Kp = 5
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HOXHA Endri ROSECRANS Drew Kp = 10
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