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# hw11 - P 3r to the gage pressure P s supplied by the pump...

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ME 375 HOMEWORK #11 Fall 2009 Out: Nov. 19, 2009 Due: Dec. 2, 2009 PROBLEM 1 : (40%) (a) Problem 7.30 in Palm textbook, pages 405-406. For the model, generate a single differential equation with output p and inputs p 1 and p 2 . Also, determine the capacitance C f of the accumulator in terms of the given parameters. (b) The following hydraulic system represents a second-order hydraulic filter. The capacitance denoted by C f is the accumulator from part (a). Determine the differential equation relating the gage pressure at the accumulator
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Unformatted text preview: P 3r to the gage pressure P s supplied by the pump. PROBLEM 2 : (30%) Problem 7.54 in Palm textbook, page 410. Also, determine the transfer function relating temperature T 1 to the flow rate q i . PROBLEM 3 : (30%) Problem 10.4 in Palm textbook, page 620. Also, determine the value of K for which the step response from reference R to output C has 10% overshoot....
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