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HW/CE#5 Due Monday, April 12. beginning of the hour: Work the following problems in Franklin's text: 7 .2 part d 7 .3 part d
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H W/CE#4
Due Wednesday, March 24, 2010
1. Suppose we have the following specifications:
M p : : 40%
settling time ts
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5 sec
rise time tr : 1.0 sec
Choose phase margin PM and crossover frequency W e
HW/CE# 3 Due beginning ofc1ass, Wed, March 3, 2010 1. Consider a system where: KL(s)
=
2 K s(s + 1Os"+ 125)
Make a hand sketch showing the complete positive and negative root loci. Find the angles o f
HW/CE#2
Solution
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I. Except where noted otherwise, do parts a through g below using MATLAB: Given the following closed loop transfer function:
Y (s) = T (s) = 1.335(S2 + 90s + 200
Assignment for HW/CE#1, due Wednesday, Feb 3.
1. Consider a pendulum system as shown below. Assume the angle is small so that sin() ~ . Assume that the length of the massless rod is l meters from the
HW/CE#2
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Due: Friday, Feb 12, at the beginning of class. Your turnin for any part requiring use of MATLAB must include a printout showing your input statements and MATLAB developed
Practice Problems No turnin required 1. Problems from Franklins text: 4.7 part a 4.16 part a Sketch required. Ans. System type is 1. Ramp steady state error is ro/A
4.19 parts a,b,and c Ans. a) 10( K
HW/CE# 3 Due beginning of class, Wed, March 3, 2010 1. Consider a system where: KL( s) = K s ( s + 10 s + 125)
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Make a hand sketch showing the complete positive and negative root loci. Find the angle
HW/CE# 4
Due Wednesday, March 24, 2010
1. Suppose we have the following specifications: Mp < 40% settling time ts < 5 sec rise time tr < 1.0 sec
Choose phase margin PM and crossover frequency c so tha
HW/CE# 6
Due Friday, April 23
The state space description of a certain system is as follows: 2.876 2 F= 4.188 1 2 G= 0 H = [ 1 0] J =0
1. Find the eigenvalues for F. 2. What are and n ? 3. Find Mp, ts
Assignment for HW/CE#7
Revised answer to Problem #2, 4/29/10
No turnin required. Some recommended problems for final exam preparation not covered in earlier quizzes: (Note: The final will be comprehe
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Review Topics for the Final Exam
Spring 2010
First and second order system behavior: dominant poles concept; step response overshoot, rise time, settling time, and steady state error. Effects