- 6.1: Why did Bode suggest plotting the magnitude of a frequency response...
- 6.2: Define a decibel.
- 6.3: What is the transfer function magnitude if the gain is listed as 14...
- 6.4: Define gain crossover.
- 6.5: Define phase crossover.
- 6.6: Define phase margin, PM.
- 6.7: Define gain margin, GM.
- 6.8: What Bode plot characteristic is the best indicator of the closed-l...
- 6.9: What Bode plot characteristic is the best indicator of the closed-l...
- 6.10: What is the principal effect of a lead compensation on Bode plot pe...
- 6.11: What is the principal effect of a lag compensation on Bode plot per...
- 6.12: How do you find the Kv of a Type 1 system from its Bode plot?
- 6.13: Why do we need to know beforehand the number of open-loop unstable ...
- 6.14: What is the main advantage in control design of counting the encirc...
- 6.15: Define a conditionally stable feedback system. How can you identify...
- 6.16: A certain control system is required to follow sinusoids, which may...
- 6.6.1: (a) Show that 0 in Eq. (6.2), with A = Uo and o = , is and (b) By a...
- 6.6.2: (a) Calculate the magnitude and phase of by hand for = 1, 2, 5, 10,...
- 6.6.3: Sketch the asymptotes of the Bode plot magnitude and phase for each...
- 6.6.4: Real poles and zeros. Sketch the asymptotes of the Bode plot magnit...
- 6.6.5: Complex poles and zeros. Sketch the asymptotes of the Bode plot mag...
- 6.6.6: Multiple poles at the origin. Sketch the asymptotes of the Bode plo...
- 6.6.7: Mixed real and complex poles. Sketch the asymptotes of the Bode plo...
- 6.6.8: 8 Right half-plane poles and zeros. Sketch the asymptotes of the Bo...
- 6.6.9: A certain system is represented by the asymptotic Bode diagram show...
- 6.6.11: A normalized second-order system with a damping ratio = 0.5 and an ...
- 6.6.12: A normalized second-order system with = 0.5 and an additional pole ...
- 6.6.13: For the closed-loop transfer function derive the following expressi...
- 6.6.14: Consider the system whose transfer function is This is a model of a...
- 6.6.15: A DC voltmeter schematic is shown in Fig. 6.88. The pointer is damp...
- 6.6.16: A DC voltmeter schematic is shown in Fig. 6.88. The pointer is damp...
- 6.6.17: Determine the range of K for which the closed-loop systems (see Fig...
- 6.6.18: Determine the range of K for which each of the listed systems is st...
- 6.6.19: (a) Sketch the Nyquist plot for an open-loop system with transfer f...
- 6.6.21: Draw a Nyquist plot for choosing the contour to be to the right of ...
- 6.6.22: (a) For = 0.1 to 100 rad/sec, sketch the phase of the minimum-phase...
- 6.6.23: Nyquist plots and the classical plane curves: Determine the Nyquist...
- 6.6.24: The Nyquist plot for some actual control systems resembles the one ...
- 6.6.25: The Bode plot for is shown in Fig. 6.91. (a) Why does the phase sta...
- 6.6.26: Suppose that in Fig. 6.92, Use MATLABs margin to calculate the PM a...
- 6.6.27: Consider the system given in Fig. 6.93. (a) Use MATLAB to obtain Bo...
- 6.6.28: Suppose that in Fig. 6.92, Use MATLABs margin to calculate the PM a...
- 6.6.29: For a given system, show that the ultimate period Pu and the corres...
- 6.6.31: Consider the unity-feedback system with the open-loop transfer func...
- 6.6.32: For the system depicted in Fig. 6.94(a), the transfer-function bloc...
- 6.6.33: For the system shown in Fig. 6.95, use Bode and root-locus plots to...
- 6.6.34: A magnetic tape-drive speed-control system is shown in Fig. 6.96. T...
- 6.6.35: For the system in Fig. 6.97, determine the Nyquist plot and apply t...
- 6.6.36: For the system shown in Fig. 6.98, determine the Nyquist plot and a...
- 6.6.37: For the system shown in Fig. 6.99, determine the Nyquist plot and a...
- 6.6.38: The Nyquist diagrams for two stable, open-loop systems are sketched...
- 6.6.39: The steering dynamics of a ship are represented by the transfer fun...
- 6.6.41: The frequency response of a plant in a unity feedback configuration...
- 6.6.42: For the system where b = 10a, find the approximate value of a that ...
- 6.6.43: For the open-loop system determine the value for K that will yield ...
- 6.6.44: For the lead compensator where < 1, (a) Show that the phase of the ...
- 6.6.45: For the third-order servo system use Bode plot sketches to design a...
- 6.6.46: For the system shown in Fig. 6.102, suppose that Use Bode plot sket...
- 6.6.47: Derive the transfer function from Td to for the system in Fig. 6.70...
- 6.6.48: The inverted pendulum has a transfer function given by Eq. (2.31), ...
- 6.6.49: The open-loop transfer function of a unity feedback system is (a) U...
- 6.6.51: A DC motor with negligible armature inductance is to be used in a p...
- 6.6.52: The open-loop transfer function of a unity-feedback system is (a) S...
- 6.6.53: Consider a Type 1 unity-feedback system with Use Bode plot sketches...
- 6.6.54: Consider a satellite attitude-control system with the transfer func...
- 6.6.55: In one mode of operation, the autopilot of a jet transport is used ...
- 6.6.56: For a system with open-loop transfer function design a lag compensa...
- 6.6.57: For the ship-steering system in 6.39, (a) Design a compensator that...
- 6.6.58: Consider a unity-feedback system with (a) A lead compensator is int...
- 6.6.59: Golden Nugget Airlines had great success with their free bar near t...
- 6.6.61: Prove that the sensitivity function (s) has magnitude greater than ...
- 6.6.62: Consider the system in Fig. 6.102 with the plant transfer function ...
- 6.6.63: Assume that the system has a 0.2-sec time delay (Td = 0.2 sec). Whi...
- 6.6.64: Determine the range of K for which the following systems are stable:
- 6.6.65: In Chapter 5, we used various approximations for the time delay, on...
- 6.6.66: Consider the heat exchanger of Example 2.15 with the open-loop tran...
- 6.6.67: A feedback control system is shown in Fig. 6.105. The closed-loop s...
- 6.6.68: The Nichols plots of an uncompensated and a compensated system are ...
- 6.6.69: Consider the system shown in Fig. 6.97. (a) Construct an inverse Ny...
- 6.6.71: Consider the system shown in Fig. 6.107(a). (a) Construct a Bode pl...

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