ME360 homework assignment, Spring 2013
HW4 (Cannot be skipped for any reason), Friday, Feb. 1, due Friday, Feb. 8.
Reading. Text 1: Ch. 4, Ch. 11, sec. 11.0-11.7.1. Text 2: Ch. 3.3. Also strongly recommended:
Text 3: Ch. 7, pp. 225, 234-257, 329-336, Ch.
ME360 homework assignment, Spring 2010 HW3, Feb. 5, due Feb. 12 Reading Text 1: Ch. 4, Ch. 11, sec. 11.0-11.7.1. Text 2: Ch. 3.3. Also strongly recommended: Text 3: Ch. 7, pp. 225, 234-257, 329-336, Ch. 5, and Text 4: Ch. 1, and pp. 421-428, 455466 of The
ME360 homework assignment, Spring 2013
HW4 (Cannot be skipped for any reason), Friday, Feb. 1, due Friday, Feb. 8.
Reading. Text 1: Ch. 4, Ch. 11, sec. 11.0-11.7.1. Text 2: Ch. 3.3. Also strongly recommended:
Text 3: Ch. 7, pp. 225, 234-257, 329-336, Ch.
ME 360 AL1, Fall 2012, Homework 4 Solution
1. Consider circuits 1-3 in Figure 1 in the hw4 example handout. Perform the following operations with
these circuits.
1a. Loading of a circuit. Modify circuit 1 as follows: replace resistor R by inductor L. Conn
ME360 - Solved Examples for Homework #2
Problem 1: For each signal x(t) of Figure 1,
x(t)
x(t)
2
x(t)
2
t
3
2
-2
t
4
t
2
-2
-2
Signal 1
Signal 2
Signal 3
sketch the following: (a) pt x 0. 5t 2 ; (b) ht x 2 2t ; (c)
st x 0. 5t 1 ;
Solution:
(a)
pt x 0. 5t
ME 360, Section AL2
Homework 2 Solution: Continuous- Time and Discrete- Time Signals
Please note that plots are not to scale.
Part 1: Continuous- Time Signals:
1a) = 2 2 = 2 1
= (2( 1)
The original signal is horizontally compressed by a factor of 2, f
PROJECT 1 ME360, Spring 2010 March 17, due Wednesday, March 31. (Reading: Text 1: Ch. 9, sec. 9.0 9.4; Ch. 13, sec. 13.0 13.3; Ch 14, sec. 14. 1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4, 14.5; Text 3: Ch. 9, Ch. 10) Please, show all analytical computations. By working out each
ME 360, Section AL2
Homework 2: Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals
Assigned: September 4, 2015
Due: September 11, 2015
Max possible points: 140
Part 1: Continuous-Time Signals: (60 pts total)
1. [15 pts] For each signal x(t) shown in Figure 1, sket
1
ME360 - Solved Examples for Project #1
Problem 1: With your data acquisition system, you need to sample a periodic half-wave rectied sine waveform xp (t) (Example 8.2 (f), pp. 203, 204 in Ambardar)
Half-Rectified Sine Wave, xp(t) 1.5
1
xp(t) 0.5 0
-T
-T
Homework 2 Solutions
8.1
a) x(t)
= 4 + 2sin(4 t + ) + 3sin(16t) + 4 cos(16t)
4
Express in 3 forms, identify time period / harmonics, signal power / rms, and
sketch 1 and 2 sided spectrums.
Trig forms: use identity sin
111EQUATION CHAPTER 1 SECTION 1ROBUSTNESS
ENHANCEMENT OF PID CLUSTER FOR A NONLINEAR
POWER PLANT MODEL WITH TIME DELAY
Shu Zhang
Dept. of Mech. Sci. and Engr., Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1206 W Green St., Urbana IL 61801. Tel: (217)-2440999, E
Identification for Robust Control of a Boiler/Turbine Unit in a
Coal-Fired Power Plant
Kai Zheng
Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Mechanical and
Industrial Engineering
University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign
Urbana, IL 61801
Joseph Bentsman
Associate Prof
ME 360: Signal Processing
Fall 2016
Section AL2
MWF 10-11:50am
218 Mech. Eng. Bldg.
Instructor:
Dr. K. C. Toussaint, Jr.
Office:
2119 MEL
Email:
[email protected]
Office Hours: W 1:00-3:00 pm, or by appointment
Teaching Assistant: Sunny Sharma (email:
1.0
Introduction and Background
Power plant control systems and particularly boiler control systems have utilized
proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers as their primary control algorithm for over fifty
years. In the past twenty years, the pow
111Equation Chapter 1 Section
1ROBUSTNESS/PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT OF
POWER PLANT PID CONTROLLER
PART I: MODEL IDENTIFICATION AND
ROBUST CONTROLLER DESIGN
Insu Chang
Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Urbana, I
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ME360, Section AL2, Fall 2015
Homework 5 Solution
Max Possible Score=90pts
1. [10 pts]
t 1
t t0 e j 2 ft
t t0 e j 2 ft
0
0
x(t ) e j 2 ft0 e j 2 ft0 X ( f ) 2 cos 2 ft0 or X ( ) 2 cos t0
2. [15 pts]
(a)
1
(b)
1
1
x(t ) tri t tri t
2
2
tri t sin
W. E. Dunn
ME 360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Experiment No. 1 Introduction to Laboratory Instruments
1.
CREDITS
Originated:
Last Updated:
N. R. Miller, June 1990
D. Block, August 2007
2.
OBJECTIVE
(a)
(b)
(c)
Learn the
W. E. Dunn
ME 360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION, AND CONTROL
Experiment No. 2
Signal Conditioning and Analog-to-digital Conversion Issues
Pre-lab Questions
These short answer questions must be completed and turned in at the beginning
An Introduction to MATLAB and M-Files
The MATLAB program efficiently manipulates matrices of different dimensions (m n). MATLAB can
also handle scalars and vectors by treating them as 1 1 and 1 n (or n 1) matrices. The ability of
MATLAB to organize data i
DATA SHEET 1/3
ME 360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Laboratory No. 2
Signal Conditioning and Analog-to-digital Signal Conversion Issues
Data Sheet
5.2 SINE WAVE RECONSTRUCTION
Qualitative Observations
In the table below,
W. E. Dunn
ME 360: FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGNAL PROCESSING,
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Laboratory No. 2
Signal Conditioning and Analog-to-digital Signal Conversion Issues
1.
CREDITS
Originated:
N. R. Miller, July 1997
Last Updated: D. Block, September 2009
2.