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#### 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)...

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)...#### R(S) + G(s) 2. For the system of Fig.2., assume: K s(s + 5)(s + 8)...

R(

*S*) + G(*s*) 2. For the system of Fig.2., assume: K*s*(*s*+ 5)(*s*+ 8) (a) Calculate the following points by hand: - jw axis crossings and the corresponding gain. - Real axis breakaway point. Real axis intercept for the asymptotes. - The angle of the asymptotes. (b) Draw a rough sketch of the root locus using the above...#### For the given transfer function: Ho-2where s 5 (s s (s +10) where s =j w...

For the given transfer function: Ho-2where

*s*5 (*s**s*(*s*+10) where*s*=j w Sketch the approximate Bode plots (amplitude and phase). Label all the amplitude values in db, phase values in degrees, the slopes in db/dec, and the corner frequencies in rad/sec.. a. b. If the gain of the transfer function given above, H(*s*), increased by a...#### Given the s-domain signal: F(s)= 11/( s^3 + 12 s^2 + 232 s ). Determine the...

Given the

*s*-domain signal: F(*s*)= 11/(*s*^3 + 12*s*^2 + 232*s*). Determine the inverse Laplace Transform using the Stanley Method: f(t)= D + E exp( -alpha t ) sin( omega t + theta ). Give the answers in order: D,E,alpha,omega,theta. Theta has units of radians. (Hint: theta is negative). Omega has units of radians/sec.#### Reduce the block diagram shown to a single transfer function, T(s) C(s)/R(s) Gl (s) G2(s) G3(s)...

Reduce the block diagram shown to a single transfer function, T(

*s*) C(*s*)/R(*s*) Gl (*s*) G2(*s*) G3(*s*) G4(*s*) C(*s*) G6(*s*) G7(*s*)#### 1. Predict the product(s) (or no reaction) and reagent(s). reagent(s); OH OAC reagent(s); OH reagent(s); reagent(s); (3...

1. Predict the product(

*s*) (or no reaction) and reagent(*s*). reagent(*s*); OH OAC reagent(*s*); OH reagent(*s*); reagent(*s*); (3 steps) HO reagent(*s*); (4 steps)#### solve the partial fraction expansion Y(s)=(8s+2)/s(s+3)(s-1)=A/s+(B/s+3)+C/s-1 WO) = y(0)

solve the partial fraction expansion Y(

*s*)=(8s+2)/*s*(*s*+3)(*s*-1)=A/*s*+(B/*s*+3)+C/*s*-1 WO) = y(0)#### 2 In the block diagram below, G(s) -1/s, P(s)P(s) s-+2 s+2 D(s)- k-oo Ше-ks[1-e-s/1001. The inver...

2 In the block diagram below, G(

*s*) -1/*s*, P(*s*)P(*s*)*s*-+2*s*+2 D(*s*)- k-oo Ше-ks[1-e-*s*/1001. The inverse Laplace transforms of these equations are g(t), p(t),p(t), and d(t), respectively. The parameter K scales the feedback k-0 D(*s*) R(*s*) G(*s*) P(*s*) C(*s*) P(*s*) A Consider for a moment, D(*s*)- 0. Simplify the block diagram in terms of G(*s*), P(*s*), P(*s*) and find the...#### Find the partial fraction of the function s(s-)(s-2)

Find the partial fraction of the function

*s*(*s*-)(*s*-2)#### NaNO3 (s) C(s) NaNO2 (s) + + CO2 (s) If 5.00 grams of sodium nitrate is...

NaNO3 (

*s*) C(*s*) NaNO2 (*s*) + + CO2 (*s*) If 5.00 grams of sodium nitrate is reacted with excess carbon, what is the theoretical yield of carbon dioxide? If 1.1 grams of carbon dioxide is actually obtained, what is the percent yield?

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