This VI is use to find the polynomial of the transfer functions defined by G1(s)=θ1(s)/T(s), G2(s)=θ2(s)/T(s) and G3(s)=θ3(s)/T(s). Find the transfer function G1(s)=θ1(s)/T(s) and G3(s)=θ3(s)/T(s).
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find the transfer function G1(s)=θ1(s)/T(s), G3(s)=θ3(s)/T(s) for the following rotational mechanical system with gears
Find the closed-loop transfer function, T(s)-C(s)/R(s) for the following systems using block diagram reduction R(s)+ G1 G2 G8 C(s) G2 G4 G7 G3 G1 G2 G3 G4. C(s) R(s)+ G5 G6 G7
using following parameters as defined G1(s)=1/(s+50) G2(s)=K/s G3(s)=1/(s+10) H(s)=1 R(s) is the unit step function a) find the closed loop transfer function as a function of K b) what is the maximum value of the K the system can tolerate? c) is there an effect on the system if the pole in G1(s) is changed to : 1) G1(s)= 1/(s+500) 2) G1(s)=1/(s+11) G1(s) G2(s) G3(s) C(s) H(s)
s G1 = G2 = S-8 G2 s2+1 G3= G4 = R(s) C(s) S G1 G3 G4 H1 H2 si 28+3 H1 H2 a) Find the characteristic equation by subtracting the transfer function (C (s) / R (s)) of the system, whose block diagram is given above. b) Determine the stability of the given system with Routh-Hurwitz stability analysis method.
What is the transfer function of the following diagram? X(s) - G1(s) Y(s) block diagram G2(s) G3(s) - Y(s)/X(s) = G1/(1+G1 +G2+G3) O Ys/X(s) = G1/(1 - G1 * G2 - G1 • G3) OY(S)/X(s) = G1/(1+G1 * G2 + G1 • G3) OY(s} / X{s) - 01/(1-01-C2-C2) Be
Derive the transfer function, vo/vi(s), in terms of G1, G2, G3, G4, G5 where Gį = 1/Zį. Z2 N Via Z1 Z3 ο νο a. Derive the transfer function, vo/vi(s), if Z1 = R1, Z2 = R2,23 = R3 (i.e., resistors) and 24 = 1/sC1,25 = 1/sC2 (i.e., capacitors). b. Using Excel/Matlab/Python, etc., to draw the Bode plot of the magnitude using the following design values: R1=180k22, R2=180k12, R3=100522, C1=100nF, C2=25nF. c. What are the values of w, and Q?
3. There is a block diagram as shown in Fig. G1 G2 G3 Fig. 2 (a) Convert the block diagram to a signal flow (b) Obtain its transfer function (G(s)-C(s)/R(s)) (c) As G -K.G3 G3 and its inputrt) is unit step, obtain the 50 condition of the P-controller(G1) for c(t) not to oscillate.
USE MASONS RULE (MASONS LOOP GAIN) METHOD TO REDUCE TO EQUIVALENT TRANSFER FUNCTION G1 C(s) G6 R(s) + G5 G2 + G3 G4 G7 FIGURE P5.9
2. Find the state space representation of the system represented by the following transfer function: (s +1.2) (s 15.8) (s +23) s(S 1.3) (s +7.2) (s + 47) G(s)- 3. Find the transfer function of the system with the following state space representation: 1 3.2 1.6 1(01) [-1 e) -7.4 2.4 -9.1l(O You may use your calculator, Matlab, or calculate by hand to find the following transfer functions: G1(s) 0,() R(S) G3(s) s) R(
For the system shown in Fig. 1, solve the following problems. (a) Find the transfer function, G(s)X2 (s)/F(s) (b) Does the system oscillate with a unit step input (f (t))? Explain the reason (c) Decide if the system(x2 (t)) is stable with a unit step input (f (t))? Explain the reason 1. 320) 8 kg 2 N/m 4N-s/m 2N-s/m Fig. 1 2. There are two suspensions for a car as shown in Fig. 2 (a) Find the equations of each...
θ2(s)/T(s) for the following rotational mechanical system Problem 4: Find the transfer function G(s) TO) N1 = 4 Di 1 N-m-s/rad N2 121 kg-m2 N3-4 D2-2 N-m-s/rad K 64 N-m/rad- N4 16 D3 32 N-m-s/rad -16 kg-m2 000