- 13.1: Derive the z-transforms for the time functions listed below. Do not...
- 13.2: Derive the z-transforms for the time functions listed below. Do not...
- 13.3: For each F(z), find f(kT) using partial-fraction expansion. [Sectio...
- 13.4: Repeat all parts of using MATLAB and MATLABs Symbolic Math Toolbox.
- 13.5: For each F(z) in 3, do the following: [Section: 13.3] a. Find f(kT)...
- 13.6: Using partial-fraction expansion and Table 13.1, find the z-transfo...
- 13.7: Repeat all parts of using MATLAB and MATLABs Symbolic Math Toolbox.
- 13.8: Find Gz Cz=Rz for each of the block diagrams shown in Figure P13.1 ...
- 13.9: Find Tz Cz=Rz for each of the systems shown in Figure P13.2. [Secti...
- 13.10: FindC(z) in general terms for the digital system shown in Figure P1...
- 13.11: Find the closed-loop transfer function, Tz Cz=Rz, for the system sh...
- 13.12: Write a MATLAB program that can be used to find the range of sampli...
- 13.13: Given the system in Figure P13.6, find the range of sampling interv...
- 13.14: Find the range of gain, K, to make the system shown in Figure P13.7...
- 13.15: Find the static error constants and the steady-state error for each...
- 13.16: Write a MATLAB program that can be used to find Kp, Kv, and Ka for ...
- 13.17: For the digital system shown in Figure P13.5, where G1s K=s 1s 5, f...
- 13.18: Use Simulink to simulate the step response for the system of 17. Se...
- 13.19: Use MATLABs LTI Viewer to deter mine the peak time and settling tim...
- 13.20: Write a MATLAB program that can be used to design the gain of a dig...
- 13.21: For the digital system shown in Figure P13.5, where G1s K=ss 1, fin...
- 13.22: For the digital system shown in Figure P13.5, where G1s K=ss 1s 3, ...
- 13.23: For the digital system shown in Figure P13.5, where G1s Ks 2ss 1s 3...
- 13.24: A PID controller was designed in Example 9.5 for a continuous syste...
- 13.25: A continuous unity feedback system has a forward transfer function ...
- 13.26: Repeat using MATLAB.
- 13.27: An inverted pendulum mounted on a motor-driven cart (Prasad, 2012) ...
- 13.28: a. Convert the heading control for the UFSS vehicle shown on the ba...
- 13.29: The analog system of a disk drive is shown in Figure P13.9. Do the ...
- 13.30: In 49, Chapter 9, and 39, Chapter 10, we considered the radial pick...
- 13.31: In 24, Chapter 11, we discussed an EVAD, a device that works in par...
- 13.32: In 47, Chapter 9, a steam-driven turbinegovernor system was impleme...
- 13.33: Discrete time controlled systems can exhibit unique characteristics...
- 13.34: Given Gs 8 s 4 Use the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module...
- 13.35: Given Gz Kz 0:5 z 0:25z 0:75 Use the LabVIEW Control Design and Sim...
- 13.36: Obtaining an exact shape in metalforming can be tricky because of m...
- 13.37: The purpose of an artificial pacemaker is to regulate heart rate in...
- 13.38: A linear model of the -subsystem of a grid-connected voltage-source...
- 13.39: Control of HIV/AIDS. In Chapter 11, a continuous cascaded compensat...
- 13.40: Hybrid vehicle. In 67, Chapter 7 (Figure P7.31), the block diagram ...
- 13.41: Parabolic trough collector. In 34, Chapter 11, a zero steady-state ...

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