EE 554 HW1
Fall 2010
(10 points) 1.5 A ballistic missile is required to follow a predetermined flight path by adjusting its angle of attack
(the angle between its axis and its velocity vector v). The
EE 554 Fall 2011
EE 554 Homework Chapter 2
2.6 Use the linearity of the z-transform and the transform of the exponential function to
obtain the transforms of the discrete-time functions.
(a) sin (
)
(
EE 554 HW2
Fall 2010
(10 points) Find the equivalent sampled impulse response sequence and the equivalent z-transfer function for the
cascade of the two analog systems with sampled input
H 1 ( s) =
1
EE 554 Fall 2011
EE 554 Homework Chapter 3
3.3 Many chemical processes can be modeled by the following transfer function:
=
+1
Where K is the gain, is the time constant and Td is the time delay. Obtai
EE 554 HW3
Fall 2010
(20 points) 5.4 Consider the system in 5.3(ii) with a required steady-state error of 20%, and an adjustable PI
controller zero location. Show that the corresponding closed-loop ch
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EE 554 Homework Chapter 4
4.6 Use the Routh-Hurwitz criterion to find the stable range of K for the closed-loop
unity feedback systems with loop gain
(a)
=
(b)
=
.
.
.
.
.
4.16 Simula
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EE 554 Homework Chapter 5
5.13 Consider the system
=
1
+1
And apply the Ziegler-Nichols procedure to design a PID controller. Obtain the response
due to a nit step input as well as a
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EE 554 Homework Chapter 6
6.7 Design a digital filter by applying the bilinear transformation to the analog
(Butterworth) filter
1
=
+ 2 +1
With T = 0.1s. Then apply prewarping at the