Notes on Generalized Impedances
by J. L. Garbini
Generalized impedances are an extension of the concept of electrical impedances to systems of other domains.
The table below lists the corresponding driving-point impedance definitions for five different en
Laboratory #3
2nd Order Frequency Response
ME 374
System Dynamic Analysis & Design
Introduction
Assigned: May 1, 2015
Due: before your next quiz section
c) Adjust the frequency of the input by adjusting the
rotational speed of the motor. Use LabVIEW to di
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Problem 1 (Motor-Fan): A motor and fan are to be connected as shown in Figure 1. The
torque-speed characteristics of the motor and fan are plotted on the same graph.
Figure 1: Motor-fan and characteristics.
(a
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Problem #4
Note: Always express transfer functions, impedances,
etc., as ratios of simple polynomials in s.
A small railroad locomotive, sketched in the gure, is uncoupled from a single car.
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clear all, close all, clc
01)
%Analytical Expression d)
t=0:3.5/49:3.5;
y1=6*exp(-2*t)-4*exp(-3*t);
AnEx1=plot(t,y1);
hold on
%Analytical Expression e)
y2=1.25-2.75*exp(-2*t)+1.5*exp(-3*t);
AnEx2=plot(t,y2);
hold on
02)
A=[0 1;-6 -5];
B=[2;5];
C=[1 0];
D=
ME 374, System Dynamics Analysis and Design
Homework 2
Distributed: 4/4/2016, Due: 4/15/2016
(There are 5 problems in this set.)
1. The purpose of this problem is to use the similarity transformation to derive homogeneous
solutions of a state equation. Co