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Unformatted text preview: nse is t. The steady state response to the step sum u is
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u1 (given 5 and the otherof the 1inputmagnitude sin t.the DC input state) response. to the step input u1 is
t) = by the product from input u2and= 4 and The steadyPu2 (t = 4 sin t The steady state response to the step i
u (t) = 5 (t) the other from gain (0):
given by the product of the input magnitude and of the input magnitude and the DC gain P (0):
given by the product the DC gain P (0):
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y1 (s.s.= 5P (0) = p ,
t)
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s.s.
y1 (t) = 5P (0) = p ,3
y1 (t) = 5P (0) = p ,
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where “s.s” above the equality means that this holds in the steady state. The steady state response to
where sinusoidal input equality means that this the equality means that this holds in the steady state.to steady state re
where “s.s” above holds in the steady state. The steady state response The
the “s.s” above the u2 is given by
the sinusoidal input u2 is given sinusoidal input u2 is given by
the by
s.s.
y2 (t) = 4a sin(! t + b),
s.s.
s.s.
y2 (t) = 4a sin(...
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2014 for the course MAE 171A taught by Professor Idan during the Winter '09 term at UCLA.
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