ME 421 Dynamic Systems and Control
Fall 2006
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Laplace Transform Pair
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Properties of Laplace Transform
Final value theorem: if li
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PFE for inverse Laplace Transform of
F(s)=N(s)/D(s), order of N(s)<D(s)
! Roots of of D(s) = 0
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Complex conjugate roots
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Distinct real roots
Repeated roots
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Modeling using energy method
Advantages:
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Elegant and simple conceptenergy conservation;
Easy to handle nonlinear dynamics;
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Simpler when both translational and rotational motions are involved.
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Transfer Function Models
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A transfer function is the ratio of the Laplace
Transform of the output to that of the input (assume
I.C.s = 0)
It is a s-domain model of the system.
A transfer f
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Assignment 1 Solution
Ordinary differential equations
a) Classify the following differential equations as linear/non-linear and specify the order
a. 8 + 10 + 6 = 0 Linear, 3rd-order
b. + = 0 Non-linear, 2nd -order
b) Find the general solution to the follo
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List five things you will learn during this lab.
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In your own words describe how, outside of this class, these things will be useful.
Electrical System:
Use t
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Homework 3 is posted and due on
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Homework 4 is posted and due next
Thursday beginning of class
Quiz 2 is Tuesday, Oct 13rd, study HW3
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ME 421 Homework #5
Due via Blackboard: 6pm, Monday, October 31st, 2016
1. (25pts) Consider the liquid level system shown in the figure. Assume the outflow rate Q
(m3/s) through the outflow value is related to the liquid level H by
= 0.01
Assume also that
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Modeling of Mechanical Systems
Mechanical Elements:
Inertia elements:
Spring elements- deformable (elastic)
mass/moments of inertia resist
acceleration, store kinetic energy
Linear, nonlinear stores potenti
Automatic Controllers
Basic Idea:
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Linear systems
u(t)
If system (plant) is linear, we can use
the transfer function description to
represent the system
Plant
y(t)
U(s)
G(s)
Y(s)
Linear Time
Invariant
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