1. How many state variables are required to express a 4th order ordinary differential equation using a state variable
model?
(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4
(e) 5
(f) 6
2. There is a system of which response is expressed by
v(t) = 3t 15 + 15e0.2t
Find the steady-
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ME3260 Homework #7-2
This homework will not be tested in Quiz. Just some examples to help you study for Midterm 2.
10/31/2016
Pr 13.7
Figure P13.7 shows a system being driven by a base excitation through a damping element. Assume that the ba
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HW7.1 Bode Plot
ME3260 Homework #7
10/26/2016
Solve Pr. 9.2c, Pr 9.8a, c: Use asymptotic approximations to sketch the bode plot for the following transfer function.
9.2c:
9.8a:
9.8c
HW7.2 Resonant frequency
Derive the resonant frequency
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ME3260 Homework #5
HW5.1. Response of 1st Order System. Obtain the total response of the system and the time constant.
10/12/2016
1) Solve Pr 8.3b, Obtain the free response and the time constant, if any
12# + 5# = 12, # 0 = 3
2) Solve Pr 8.5
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ME3260 Homework #6
HW6.1. Freqyency Response of 1st Order System.
10/19/2016
1) Solve Pr 9.1a
Use the following transfer function to find the steady-state response, yss(t) to the given input function f(t):
=
()
25
=
, = 15sin (1.5)
() 14 +
Laplace Transform Table
1
Multiple Choice
1. Find the equation of motion of the system shown in Fig. 2, when the coordinate x is measured from the ground (i.e, x is
the distance from the ground to the mass m). The unstretched lengt