ELEC3114 Sample Paper Solutions
Matthew Davis
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10th November 2014
Abstract
These solutions are for the sample nal exam given out in S2 2013 for
ELEC3114.
These solutions are not aliated with the Electrical Engineering and
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E LECTROMOTIVE F ORCE
The electromotive force is a measure of the strength of the nonconservative source. Applying stokes
theorem on:
Shows that a steady current cannot be maintained in the same direction in a closed circuit by an
electrostatic
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CAPACITANCE
Capacitance is the physical property of a body to hold an electrical charge and we define this to be the
ratio of the potential of an isolated charge Q:
What is important is that:
The capacitance depends on the geometry of the conduc
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2. READING TIME - 10minutes
3. THIS EXAMINATION PAPERHAS 10PAGES
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ElEC3114
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Final Examination
SESSION 2, 2007
Time Allowed: 3 hours
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Sample Final Exam Paper
Session 2, 2014
1. (a) Type 2.
(b) e = 0 for step and ramp inputs, and e = 2/Ka = 18 for r(t) = t2 .
(c) 0.01, 0.1, 1, 3.
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Past Exam 2008 Solutions Set
To all recipients,
It is my great pleasure to present to you the solutions to the Elec3l 14 past paper.
This will come in handy when studying for the actual exam.
You may notice a few written messages within the solutions. The
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Sample Final Exam Paper
Session 2, 2014
1. (a) Type 2.
(b) e = 0 for step and ramp inputs, and e = 2/Ka = 18 for r(t) = t2 .
(c) 0.01, 0.1, 1, 3.
(d) Slope table and the linear equation for sections of the magnitude re
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ELEC3114 Practice Mid Sem Solutions
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Sample Final Exam Paper
Session 2, 2015
1. (a) Type 2.
(b) e = 0 for step and ramp inputs, and e = 2/Ka = 18 for r(t) = t2 .
(c) 0.01, 0.1, 1, 3.
(d) Slope table and the linear equation for sections of the magnitude re
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Control Systems (University of New South Wales)
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E NERGY IN M AGNETIC F IELD
An emf is induced in the loop that opposes the current. An amount of work must be done to overcome
this induced emf. Given that the voltage across the inductance is:
Then from the definition of work, which is the powe
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STEADY ELECTRIC CURRENT
In this section, we study the effects of moving charges due to an external electric field. The measure of
the movement of charge is current and is defined as:
There are three types of currents that we are interested in:
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Tutorial Sheet 1
N. S. Nise, Control Systems Engineering, 6th edition
Problem 1.1
Problem 1.2
Problem 1.5
Problem 1.7
Problem 1.10
Problem 1.18 a, b
Problem 1.20 a, c
Problem 2.2
Problem 2.7
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Problem 3.1
Problem 3.3
Problem 3.5
Problem 3.7
Problem 3.9 b
Problem 3.12
Problem 3.13
Problem 3.15
Problem 3.19
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N. S. Nise, Control Systems Engineering, 6th edition.
Problem 5.4
Problem 5.7
Problem 5.10
Problem 5.11
Problem 5.14
Problem 5.26
Problem 5.34
Problem 5.38
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N. S. Nise, Control Systems Engineering, 6th edition.
Problem 6.1
Problem 6.2
Problem 6.3
Problem 6.7
Problem 6.19
Problem 6.25
Problem 6.29
Problem 6.32
Problem 6.46
Problem 6
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Problem 2.17 b
Problem 2.21
Problem 2.24
Problem 2.28 b
Problem 2.30 a, b
Problem 2.37
Problem 2.41
Problem 2.42
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Practice Midsession Examination [60 mins]
Instructions
1. This is a closed-book exam. During the exam you may not use the course notes
or any additional study materials (printed or electronic).
2.
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All problems should be attempted. Problems marked with a * will be discussed
in the tutorial session.
*Problem 1 Let F(s) be the Laplace transform of f(t). Show the followin
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All problems should be attempted. Problems marked with a * will be discussed in
the tutorial session.
Problem 1
Problem
1 with the transfer function
*Problem
1 plant
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ELEC3114 Practice Mid Sem Solutions
Matthew Davis
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20th December 2013
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2013 S2 for ELEC3114.
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ELEC3114 Lab 4
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