ECE 441a/541a
Homework 3
Fall 2014
Due Date: October 8, 2014
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
E3.5.
P3.4.
P3.20.
P3.24.
CP3.2.
CP3.4.
All problems are from Modern Control Systems, Twelfth Edition, Richard C. Dorf and Robert H. Bishop,
2011.
Reading Assignments:
Do
ECE 441a/541a
Homework 4
Fall 2014
Due Date: October 15, 2014
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
P4.6.
P4.7.
P4.14.
E5.10.
P5.6.
CP5.4. Also, find the settling time from the unit step response in part (b).
All problems are from Modern Control Systems, Twelfth Editio
ECE 441a/541a
Homework 5
Fall 2014
Due Date: October 22, 2014
23. P5.20. Note: The error signal, E[s] = R[s] Y[s], defined in this problem, is not the signal coming
out of the summing junction.
24. CP5.3.
25. P6.1. Parts (d), (f), and (g).
26. P6.10. To e
ECE 441a/541a
Homework 6
Fall 2014
Due Date: November 7, 2014
29. Exercise E7.16 (MODIFIED). You do not have to show how to obtain the approximation. I am
just looking for a root locus sketch. However, the root locus should be sketched for a slightly
modi
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ECE 441a/541a
Homework 7
Fall 2014
Due Date: November 19, 2014
34. Given
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ECE 441a/541a
Homework 2
Fall 2014
Due Date: September 24, 2014
6. E2.6. Note that this problem does not involve a dynamical system. Instead it is just a non-linear
equation that needs to be linearized about the given operating point. You really are tryin
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #1
Exercise
Record Number of Masses and Spring Number:
Number of Masses =
, Nominal Mass of System: M =
Spring Number =
, Gain Value: Kpf =
1. From the Step Response plot obtain the following information:
a. Find a peak value and
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #1
Procedural Steps
(Steps to Perform to Generate the Step Response Data)
1. Make sure the monitor and PC are on.
2. Login to the CATNET domain.
(Please create an engineering account at
account.engr.arizona.edu , if you do not alr
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #2
Procedural Steps
(Steps to Perform to Generate the Step Response Data)
1. Make sure the monitor and PC are on.
2. Login to the ENGRNET domain.
3. Turn on the ECP box.
4. Start the Rectilinear Plant Software by double-clicking o
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #2
FILE CONVERSION INFORMATION SHEET
(Converting les from ECP format to MATLAB format)
1. Save data from within ECP (this step may have already been performed)
a. Click on the Data command on the command bar within ECP.
i. Click o
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #2
Pre-Laboratory Calculations (Steps a-j):
Record Number of Masses and Spring Number:
Number of Masses =
, Total Mass =
Spring Number =
Prior to coming into the lab, please complete the following information.
a. Write down your t
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #3
FILE CONVERSION INFORMATION AND POST-LAB DATA ANALYSIS
(Converting les from ECP format to MATLAB format)
1. Save data from within ECP (this step may have already been performed)
a. With the data that is to be saved displayed (p
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #3
Pre-Laboratory Exercise
Record Number of Masses and Spring Number:
Number of Masses =
Spring Number =
, Total Mass =
Prior to coming into the lab, please perform the following analysis.
A. Write down your open-loop transfer fun
ECE 441a/541a
Laboratory #3
Procedural Steps
A. Control the physical hardware with your compensators.
(The following steps are to be performed on the Mass, Spring, Damper Hardware.)
1. Make sure the monitor and PC are on.
2. Login to the ENGRNET domain.
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