Problems: Consider the following system, G11(s) G12(8) G21 (s) G22(s) S+I S+2 G(s) 1S+2 s+1 and...
1. What are the poles and zeros of G(s) ? Is the system stable? Explain. -flu 10. What are the poles of the following state space system? dt 15. G()(in(3t); what is system steady state response yss )-? x(s) (s+3)
could you please answer this question QUESTION 2 Consider a system with an open-loop trans fer function given by Y(s) s+7 U(s) s2 +3s-8 (a) (8 marks) Derive a state-space model for the system in canonical form. (b) (4 marks) Check the observability of the system. (c) 8 marks) Design a suitable full-order state observer for the system. Explain your choice of the observer's poles. d) (10 marks) Design a PI controller for the system so the output of the...
Given the following system, where Gs(s) - -e2) Given the following system, where Gc(s) S+3 3s++2) and H(s)s R(S) . Gc(s) G(s) Y(s) SOLVE IN MATLAB CODE ONLY Obtain the transfer function of the system above. Find zeros, poles, and gain of the transfer function and plot zeros and poles. Rewrite the transfer function using the partial fraction expansion. Graph the Step response. Graph the impulse response.
03. (a) Consider the block diagram shown in Figure 3.1, and assume G(s)= 3. G,(s) and G,(s) 5+2 Y(s) R(S) G,() Gy(s) G;(s) Figure 3.1 3 (0) Y(s) Derive the system transfer function H(s)= of the system. Plot the R(s) poles and zeros of H(s) in the complex s-plane. State whether the system is stable or not stable, and why. [10 marks) (11) Obtain the impulse response of the system, that is ylt) for r(t)= 8(t). Evaluate the final value...
Using the Following Functions G(s) = 1 and H(s) = 1 1. Enter the G(s) and H(s) functions. (Take advantage of using either symbolic tool or entering vector format with Commands like tf to generate the transfer function.) Your goal is to find the following a) X(5) - O Y ) Cascade system b) XI(6) — 6) → Y(s) Parallel System X2(8) — 20) R(S) O G() Yes H(s) Feedback System (Hint: Use commands like cascade(tf), parallel(tf) and feedback(tt)) 2....
QUESTION 2: Again, for the feedback control system from Question 1, Let G(S) 3 +27 s2 +218 s+504 s2 +6s+34 Part a) What are the poles and zeroes of G(s)? Part b) Plot the root-locus using RLOCUS.M - Refer to the MATLAB notes in the back of this handout. - Be sure to indicate the direction of "increasing K" on each branch Part c) Comment on this root-locus plot How it pertains to poles and zeros of G(s), etc. Are...
14. Consider the solar tracking servo with the following transfer function G,(s) = s(10s +1) G (5) U(s) X (s) X (s) Y(s) a. Draw the well labelled block diagram of a full state feedback digital control system with a closed loop observer and a reference. b. Design a full state digital feedback controller to place the system poles at R2--1+) by employing the feedback law from state space technique.
Problem 2 For the unity feedback system below in Figure 2 G(s) Figure 2. With (8+2) G(s) = (a) Sketch the root locus. 1. Draw the finite open-loop poles and zeros. ii. Draw the real-axis root locus iii. Draw the asymptotes and root locus branches. (b) Find the value of gain that will make the system marginally stable. (c) Find the value of gain for which the closed-loop transfer function will have a pole on the real axis at s...
please solve problems 1 and problems 2. PROBLEM 1: Derive state-space equations for the following circuit in the form of L1 where χ = :L2 L3 L1 and (a) y 7 V L3 R1 L1 L3 R3 Vt R2 Vc し2 (c) For Part (a), use the file CircuitStateSpace.slx (define the four matrices in Matlab) to verify your derivation using the following numerical values: R1-1; R3-1 R2-10; L1-1e-3 L3-1e-3 L2-10e-2 ; C1-10e-6 PROBLEM 2: (a) What are eigenvalues of the...
Consider a unity feedback control system with open loop transfer function KG(G) s(s+2)(s + 6) 1. Write the characteristic equation of the system 2. Determine the open loop poles and open loop zeros of the system 3. Are there any zeros in infinity? If yes, how many? 4. Sketch the segments of root locus on real axis 5. Determine and sketch the center and the angles of the asymptotes