HW_9 ECE-MME 436

HW_9 ECE-MME 436 - from the original operating condition...

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ECE-MME 436 HW#9 Due Wed April 27, 2011 Problems 1-3: Design PI Compensators for the unity feedback systems given below so that there is no steady-state error for a step input. 1. (±) ² ³ (´µ¶)(´µ³¶) System operates with = 0.7 2. (±) ² ³ (´µ·)(´µ¸)(´µ³¶) System operates with = 0.7 3. (±) ² ³ ´ ¹ µ¶´µ³ºº Use methods 3.b. and 4.b. from the “PI Compensator Design” handout in the “Handouts” section under “Lecture Documents” of Blackboard 4. Design a PD Compensator for the system given in problem #1 so that the settling time is cut in half
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Unformatted text preview: from the original operating condition and so that the overshoot is 5%. 5. Design a PID Compensator for the system given in problem #1 so that the transient improvements of problem #4 are achieved (half the original settling time and 5% overshoot) and so that there is no steady-state error for a step input. 6. For the system: () Design a minor loop feedback compensator, combined with a PI compensator in the main forward path, so that the poles of the closed-loop system are at -5, -5, and -10 (the repeated root at -5 is intentional)....
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