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Solutions for Modern Control Systems | 12th Edition | ISBN: 9780136024583 | Authors: Richard C. Dorf, Robert H. Bishop 9780136024583

Solution for problem E4.3 Chapter 4

A robotic arm and camera could be used to pick fruit, as shown in Figure E4.3(a). The

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Problem E4.3

A robotic arm and camera could be used to pick fruit, as shown in Figure E4.3(a). The camera is used to close the feedback loop to a microcomputer, which controls the arm [8,9]. The transfer function for the process is G(s) = K (s + 5)2 (a) Calculate the expected steady-state error of the gripper for a step command A as a function of K. (b) Name a possible disturbance signal for this system.

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