1. For the figure below, determine a classical form equation in terms of the angular velocity of inertial element d.
2. For the figure below, determine a valid set of state equations.
3. For the figure below, determine time response function for the drop
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6. For 5(a), 5(b), 5(d), and 5(e), derive a set of state space form system equations and perform discrete
simulation, with a time step of 0.2, to determine the value of y at t = 1.
1. Sketch the magnitude and phase Bode plots for each of the Laplace domain functions below.
2. For the system below, the mass is 10 kg. Specify the spring stiffness and damper constant so that the spring
displacement has an overshoot of no more than 20%,
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( + 1000)( 2 + 4 + 100)
1. For the given transfer function above, sketch the magnitude and phase Bode plots
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2. For the system above,
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1. One of the two classical form equations (in terms of mass position, x) below could possibly represent the
given system. Explain your choice for the possible equation, and for your chosen equation, determine the
time domain functio
1. For the system below, determine a valid set of state equations. The pipes have radii, r1, and r2, and lengths, l1
and l2. The fluid viscosity and density are and . Assume that pipe resistances are associated with laminar pipe
flow.
2. For the system be
1. For system (a) below, determine a valid set of state space equations.
2. For system (b) below, determine a set of state space equations in which spring forces and mass velocities are the
state variables.
3. For system (c) below, determine a classical f
1. For system (a) below, determine a valid set of state space equations.
2. For system (b) below, determine a set of state space equations in which spring forces and mass velocities are the
state variables.
3. For system (c) below, determine a classical f