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

Solution for problem DP11.3 Chapter 11

Consider the feedback system depicted in Figure DPI 1.3. The system model is given by

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Problem DP11.3

Consider the feedback system depicted in Figure DPI 1.3. The system model is given by x(/) = Ax(f) + BK(/) y{t) = Cx(r) where A = 0 10.5 1 11.3 j ,B = 0 [0.55_ ,C = [1 0].

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Consider the feedback system depicted in Figure DPI 1.3. The system model is given by