University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
In-Class Lab 7B
Assigned on: 11.12.2015 | Due: 11.13.2015 6.30pm
In this exercise you will learn how to plot the Root Locus of a system.
The Root locus is one o
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
In-Class Lab 3b Solutions
Assigned on: 10.09.14
1. For the transfer function (underdamped):
G(s) =
400
s2 +12s+400
a. Calculate the poles.
s = 6 + j19.08, s = 6
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
In-Class Lab 3a
Assigned on: 10.13.15
1. Find the state-space representation in phase-variable form for the transfer function of a system.
a. By hand
b. By usin
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
In-Class Lab 3a Solutions
Assigned on: 10.13.15
1. Find the state-space representation in phase-variable form for the transfer function of a system.
a. By hand
Due on: 6pm, October 16, 2015
1. For the transfer function (underdamped):
G(s) =
400
s2 +12s+400
a. Calculate the poles.
b. Use Matlab to find the step response.
c. Calculate the , n , Ts , Tp , Tr , %OS from the plot, Matlab, or by hand.
2. For each of t
EE447 Fall 2015
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
EE447 Lab 1
October 1, 2015
Due Date: October 2, 2015
1. Derive the Laplace transform of the following functions by Laplace properties. Show your
work.
(a) f (t) = e2t + 6 sin (
EE447 Fall 2015
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
EE447 Lab 1
October 1, 2015
Due Date: October 2, 2015
1. Derive the Laplace transform of the following functions by Laplace properties. Show your
work.
(a) f (t) = e2t + 6 sin (
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
Homework 5
Assigned on: 10.28.2015 | Due on: 11.04.2015 at 4:30pm
In this assignment, you will familiarize yourself with the concept of feedback loop in a syste
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
Homework 4
Assigned on: 10.21.15 Due on: 10.28.15
Note: Please use Matlab or Mathematica to verify your Bode plots. Professor Bushnells Notes
have an example on
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
Homework 4
Assigned on: 10.21.15 Due on: 10.28.15
Note 1: The following Bode plots are produced by Matlab. You can clearly see that the plots are
not exactly al
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
Homework 3
Assigned on: 10.15.14 | Due on: 10.22.14 at 1:00pm in class
In this assignment, you will practice on representing mathematical models of systems usin
EE447 Fall 2015
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
EE447 Homework 2
October 8, 2015
Due Date: October 15, 2015
1. Linearize the following function using first-order Taylor expansion. Denote the linearized
function as f(x).
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University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
In-Class Lab 7A
Assigned on: 11.10.2015 | Due: 11.11.2015 6.30pm
In this exercise you will learn how to plot the Root Locus of a system.
The Root locus is one o
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
In-Class Lab 4B
Assigned on: 10.22.2015 Due on: 10.23.2015 at 6pm
After learning how to plot Bode plots of systems with single poles and single zeros, you will
EE447 Fall 2015
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
EE447 Homework 8
November 26, 2015
Due Date: December 4, 2015
For prolbems 1 and 2, youll design a lag-compensator and PD controller, respectively. For
problem 3, 4 and 5, youll
EE447 Fall 2015
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
EE447 Homework 2
October 8, 2015
Due Date: October 15, 2015
1. Linearize the following function using first-order Taylor expansion. Denote the linearized
function as f(x).
(a) f
University of Washington, Department of Electrical Engineering
EE447 Control System Analysis I
Homework 1
Assigned on: 10.01.15 | Due on: 10.08.15
In this assignment, you will be assessed on basic Laplace Transform theory. By the end of this
assignment, y