G2goesthroughamuchlargerphasechangehencenonminimumphas

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Unformatted text preview: 10 Frequency (rad/sec) b. Given the change in phase for G1 and the change in phase for G2 for your plots above, why do we call a zero in the RHP a ‘non‐minimum phase’ zero? G2 goes through a much larger phase change – hence ‘non‐minimum phase’. 3. A very simple model of a vehicle suspension is shown below where the mass represents the car (and people in it), and the suspension is modeled with both a spring and a damper. In this case, the output is the car height (y) and the input is the displacement of the road surface (r) from a nominal position of zero. y m k Assume m = 500...
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