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SYSC 3600 Fall 2010 Assignment #2 Question 1 The following system appeared in assignment 1 A state space model of the system is given below       u x y u x x v u x 0 0 0 1 0 R J L R L k J k V T i t t (a) Convert this state space model into a simulation diagram and enter this diagram into Simulink. Assume R = 2 ohm, L = 1mH, J = 10kg m 2 , and k t = 10 V/(rad/s). Use a 20 N m step as the input and run a 2 second simulation. Create copies of both your simulation diagram and the output graph. (b) Does the steady state output value predicted by your simulation make sense? Explain why (or why not). Hint: relate the output back to the physical system, and keep in mind that, in the steady state,

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