Simplify the block diagram below to obtain the transfer function C(s)/R(s).
For the equation of motion below, write the state-space equations.
Consider the outputs to be and . (Hint: this is a third-order system, so
there will be 3 sta
Time-domain analysis of dynamic systems
Transient response of first-order systems
. T = time constant.
Error between actual and measured response (if this is the dynamics of a sensor (8-2)
Question Al (15 points)
For the block diagram given in the figure below, simplify the system to obtain the transfer function
C't (hL C'\ _
Question A2 (15 point
For the system shown in the figure, obtain the steady-state outputs
The output displacements are measured from their respective equilibrium positions.
The figure depicts a
DYNAMIC SYSTEMS AND CONTROLS
24-352, 12 Units, Spring 2017
M & W 12:30 pm - 2:20 pm, BH A51
Prof. Burak Ozdoganlar (OZ-doe-un-lar), [email protected]
Ver Plank Endowed Chair Professor of Mechanical Eng., Biomedical Eng. and Materials
fHomework Assignment 1, Spring 2017
MechE 24352 Dynamic Systems and Controls
Due on February 1, 2017
Question 1. Complex Numbers
Given z = 2 + 3 j and q = 1 + 4 j, calculate the following. Write the real part, imaginary part, magnitude and angle for each
24352 Dynamic Systems and Control: QUIZ 7"
Close book and notes. You have 45 minutes to complete the following questions.
Ft I order system has the transfer function. Hijs) : tt'ltltts + 2].
I. 1|What is the time constant 1 for this system?
Question At (25 points)
Given the magnitude and phase of the frequency response function (FRF) in the figure (for a lin
ear, time-invariant stable system), determine the steady state response x(t) to following forcing
functions [SHOW YOUR