Homework _6 Spring 11

Homework _6 Spring 11 - BME6360 Neural Engineering Homework...

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BME6360 Homework #6 Spring 2011 Neural Engineering Prof. Wheeler The goals of this exercise are: 1. to use the techniques for establishing stability in a feedback control system 2. to use this model to ask systems questions about a biological system As usual, your report should be concise. Files available for this exercise are: bodelaln.m (bode plot with delay, plotted on a linear frequency scale) bodelalg.m (bode plot with delay, plotted on a logarithmic frequency scale) nyq2.m (Nyquist plot with delay) Below is a block diagram of the muscle / muscle spindle system which includes a simplified feedback circuit for control of muscle position. Under some conditions this is a stable feedback control system; under other condtions it will be unstable. (It is assumed that the system will behave much as the pupillary control system -- that, when the system goes unstable, that it will exhibit limit cycle behavior including oscillation at the critical frequency.) I. Use Bode plots and Nyquist plots to investigate stability in muscle / muscle spindle system. A.
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