Question   The transfer function of the given physical system is 2500 Gp(s)-T-1000
Part 3 1. Frequency response
(a) Draw the bode plot of open-loop transfer function when K (b) Use bode plot of open-loop transfer function to determine the type of system (do not use transfer function) (c) For what input the system will have constant steady-state error (d) for the unit input in item (c) calculate the constant steady-state error.(Use bode plot to calculate the error.) (e) Design a lead compensator such that the steady-state error is less than 0.1 and phase margin is at least 18° #### Earn Coins

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