2.171
Quiz
#2
Nov.
20,
2006
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is
one
problem;
all
seven
sections
of
the
problem
will
count
equally.
Problem
1
This
problem
considers
a
continuoustime
system
with
a
transfer
function
2
a
H
(
s
) =
.
(1)
s
2
−
a
2
This
might
model
the
linearized
behavior
of
a
magnetic
suspension.
Note
that
both
poles
are
realaxis,
with
one
in
the
righthalf
plane.
a)
Calculate
the
zero
order
hold
equivalent
H
eq
(
z
)
for
this
system
with
a
sampling
time
T
.
b)
Show
that
for
a
=
40,
T
= 0
.
001
sec,
H
eq
(
z
)
becomes
8
×
10
−
4
(
z
+
1)
H
eq
(
z
) =
z
2
−
2
.
0016
z
+ 1
.
(2)
Please
use
this
transfer
function
for
all
subsequent
work
even
if
your
answer
does
not
agree
with
it.
Clearly
state
if
this
is
the
case,
and
then
use
the
answer
we
are
providing
above.
Plot
the
poles
and
zeros
of
this
system
on
the
zplane.
Do
the
poles
map
as
z
=
e
sT
?
c)
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course MECHANICAL 2.171 taught by Professor Davidtrumper during the Fall '06 term at MIT.
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