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ME422 Control Systems Engineering
L4
Lecture 4. Block Diagrams (5.1 5.2)
1
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HW. Consider the system shown below. Simplify this diagram.
Solve:
2
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L5
Lecture 5. Electrical and Mechanical System
1. Table 2.3 Voltage-current, voltage-charge, and impedance relationships for capacitors, resistors, and inductors
Component
Voltage-current
Current- voltage
2. Complex Circu
ME422 Control Systems Engineering
L2
Lecture 2. Laplace Transforms
LAPLACE TRANSFORM METHOD FOR SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF
MOTION:
(1). Transform the EOM from the time domain into the Laplace domain using tables.
(2). Algebraically solve for the de
HW2 Problem1. Solve x ( t ) for the following cases.
(1) Case 1. X ( s ) =
(2). Case 2. X ( s ) =
(3). Case 3. X ( s ) =
5
;
s ( s + 4 s + 1)
2
1
s ( s + 1)
2
;
5
s ( s + s + 4)
2
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ME422 Control Systems Engineering
L6
Lecture 6. Electro-Mechanical System Modeling
1. Transfer Functions for Systems with Gears
2 r1 N1
= =
1 r2 N 2
T2 1 N 2
= =
T1 2 N1
(1)
(2)
Rotational mechanical impedances
can be reflected through gear trains
by mul