- 12.1: Consider the following open-loop transfer functions, where Gs Ys=Us...
- 12.2: The following open-loop transfer functions can be represented by si...
- 12.3: The following open-loop transfer functions can be represented by si...
- 12.4: Given the following open-loop plant, [Section: 12.2] Gs 50 s 1s 3s ...
- 12.5: Section 12.2 showed that controller design is easier to implement i...
- 12.6: Given the following open-loop plant: [Section: 12.2] Gs 100s 2s 25 ...
- 12.7: Given the following open-loop plant: [Section: 12.2] Gs 20s 2 ss 5s...
- 12.8: a. Given the plant shown in Figure P12.1, what relationship exists ...
- 12.9: For each of the plants represented by signal-flow graphs in Figure ...
- 12.10: Use MATLAB to determine the controllability of the systems of Figur...
- 12.11: In Section 12.4, we discussed how to design a controller for system...
- 12.12: Consider the following transfer function: Gs s 6 s 3s 8s 10 If the ...
- 12.13: Use MATLAB to design the controller gains for the system given in 14.
- 12.14: Repeat assuming that the plant is represented in parallel form. [Se...
- 12.15: The open-loop system of is represented as shown in Figure P12.4. If...
- 12.16: If an open-loop plant Gs 100 ss 4s 10 is represented in parallel fo...
- 12.17: For a specific individual, the linear time-invariant model of the h...
- 12.18: Consider the plant Gs 1 ss 2s 5 whose state variables are not avail...
- 12.19: Design an observer for the plant Gs 10 s 3s 7s 15 operating with 10...
- 12.20: Repeat assuming that the plant is represented in phase-variable for...
- 12.21: Consider the plant Gs s 2 s 5s 9 whose phase variables are not avai...
- 12.22: Determine whether or not each of the systems shown in Figure P12.2 ...
- 12.23: Use MATLAB to determine the observability of the systems of Figure ...
- 12.24: a. Given the plant of Figure P12.5, what relationship must exist be...
- 12.25: Design an observer for the plant Gs 1 s 5s 13s 20 represented in ca...
- 12.26: Use MATLAB to design the observer gains for the system given in 27
- 12.27: Repeat assuming that the plant is represented in parallel form. [Se...
- 12.28: Design an observer for Gs 45 s 3s 5s 10 represented in phase-variab...
- 12.29: Observability and controllability properties depend on the state-sp...
- 12.30: Given the plant x_ 1 1 0 2 " #x 0 1 " #u; y 1 1 x design an integra...
- 12.31: Repeat for the following plant: [Section: 12.8] x_ 2 1 0 5 " #x 0 1...
- 12.32: in Chapter 3 introduced the model for patients treated under a regi...
- 12.33: Figure P12.6 shows a continuous stirred tank reactor in which an aq...
- 12.34: In the dc-dc converter of 67, Chapter 4 (Van Dijk, 1995), with L 6 ...
- 12.35: a. Design an observer for the dc-dc converter of 36. The observer s...
- 12.36: a. Design an observer for the neutralization system using the conti...
- 12.37: a. Redesign the dc-dc converter system of to include integral contr...
- 12.38: The use of feedback control to vary the pitch angle in the blades o...
- 12.39: The study of the flexible links, such as the one shown in Figure P1...
- 12.40: We want to use an observer in a textile machine to estimate the sta...
- 12.41: An inverted pendulum mounted on a motor-driven cart was presented i...
- 12.42: Let the plant in the drive system with an elastically coupled load ...
- 12.43: Control of HIV/AIDS. The linearized model of HIV infection when RTI...
- 12.44: Hybrid vehicle. In 32, Chapter 3, we introduced the idea that when ...
- 12.45: Parabolic trough collector. A parabolic trough collector can be des...

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