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#### 3. Consider the transfer function: ls0 (s +0.5(s +2(s +3)(s +4(s+10) (s +3.5) (s +4.5) (s 5.5) (s...

3. Consider the transfer function: ls0 (

*s*+0.5(*s*+2(*s*+3)(*s*+4(*s*+10) (*s*+3.5) (*s*+4.5) (*s*5.5) (*s*6.5)(*s*+20.5) (a) [6] Find the phase angle (degrees) and gain (in dB, Bode units) for the following frequencies (in rad/sec) rail Gp(ju) dB 0.1 21 56 b) [3 What is the gain crossover frequency for this system? (c) [8] Design a...#### 16. Using the following information, calculate the sublimation of S(s) to S(g) Mg(s) S(s) MgS(s) AHo...

16. Using the following information, calculate the sublimation of

*S*(*s*) to*S*(g) Mg(*s*)*S*(*s*) MgS(*s*) AHo 343 kJ/mol Mg(*s*) Mg(g) Mg(g) Mg (g) 2e*S*(*s*)>*S*(g) 2e > S2(g) Mg2 (g) S2g) -> MgS(*s*) A) 279 kJ/mol B) 575 kJ/mol C) 1179 kJ/mol D) 965 kJ/mol E) 4651 kJ/mol AHo 148 kJ/mol 2+ AH° 2186 kJ/mol ΔΗ*S*(g) AHo 450...#### Hz(s) + R(s) Gi(s) G2(s) G3(s) G4(s) C(s) Hi(s) Consider the system described by the block...

Hz(

*s*) + R(*s*) Gi(*s*) G2(*s*) G3(*s*) G4(*s*) C(*s*) Hi(*s*) Consider the system described by the block diagram above. a. Find the transfer function of the system by reducing the diagram. b. Draw a signal-flow diagram for the given system. c. Using Mason's rule find the transfer function of the system. d. Compare your answers to part (a) and part (c)....#### Problem (1) X (s) (s Ha (s) C2 (s) Ci(s)H() 2 (s) 2rs) x,(s) H2(s)83 Design the controller C2(s),...

Problem (1) X (

*s*) (*s*Ha (*s*) C2 (*s*) Ci(*s*)H() 2 (*s*) 2rs) x,(*s*) H2(*s*)83 Design the controller C2(*s*), so that the closed-loop of the overall system behaves as a first order transfer function with time constant T2 Problem (1) X (*s*) (*s*Ha (*s*) C2 (*s*) Ci(*s*)H() 2 (*s*) 2rs) x,(*s*) H2(*s*)83 Design the controller C2(*s*), so that the...#### A transfer function is given by G(s) H (s) = s(s+1 ) (s + 8 (a)...

A transfer function is given by G(

*s*) H (*s*) =*s*(*s*+1 ) (*s*+ 8 (a) Design a Lead Compensator or PD controller such that the closed loop has the following specifications: Percent Overshoot (PO) 16 % Rise time 0.4 sec-2.16 ? + 0.6 (b) Determine the velocity error constant (Kv) of the uncompensated and compensated systems.#### Q8.5 For the following systems evaluate: GCL(s), where Y(s)-GCL(s)R(s) GE(s), where E(s)- GE(s)R(s) and Gd(s), where...

Q8.5 For the following systems evaluate: GCL(

*s*), where Y(*s*)-GCL(*s*)R(*s*) GE(*s*), where E(*s*)- GE(*s*)R(*s*) and Gd(*s*), where d(*s*) = Gd(*s*)R(*s*) d(*s*) Rfs) 8 dis) 2*s*+1 R(*s*) E(*s*) In each case (a) and (b), what do you notice about the denominator and numerator of each transfer function?#### G(s)=1/((S+2)(S+3)(S+7))

How tk solve frequency domain lag compensator

#### Example 3.3.1 A control system shown in following Figure G(s)=(s+1) C(s) N(s) E(s) G,(S) R(s) S...

Example 3.3.1 A control system shown in following Figure G(

*s*)=(*s*+1) C(*s*) N(*s*) E(*s*) G,(*S*) R(*s*)*S*G2(*s*) 100 G2(*s*)=*s*(*s*+10) H(*s*) H(*s*) 1 1. If n(t) 0, r(t)=5+2t+10t?, make e 0.1, k-? 2. If n(t)=t, r(t)=5+2t+10t2, k=1, e=? sS I ess0.1, k=?. Question14 A control system shown in following Figure, obtain the steady-state error transfer function E(*s*)/N(*s*). N(*s*) E(*S*) GS...#### 1. For the feedback system C(s) G(s) with K (s +7) (s+5) (s +8)(s + 12)...

1. For the feedback system C(

*s*) G(*s*) with K (*s*+7) (*s*+5) (*s*+8)(*s*+ 12) G(*s*) (a) What value of K will yield a SSE in position of 0.01 for an input of (1/10)t? (b) What is the K, for the value of K found in (a)? (c) What is the minimum possible SSE in position for the input...#### Question #5 [20 points) R(S) - --- G(s) G(s) - G(S) = Ks (s + 1)(s...

Question #5 [20 points) R(

*S*) - --- G(*s*) G(*s*) - G(*S*) = Ks (*s*+ 1)(*s*+ 2) a) Find the root locus for the above system. ) For what values of K, the system is stable Answer: B. Determine the gain and phase margins of the system. GM = _ PM = C. What is wgc(gain cross over frequency)...

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