- Chapter 5.1: In general, a third-order system can be approximated by a second-or...
- Chapter 5.2: The number of zeros of the forward path transfer function at the or...
- Chapter 5.3: The rise time is defined as the time required for the system to set...
- Chapter 5.4: For a second-order system with no zeros, the percent overshoot to a...
- Chapter 5.5: A type-1 system has a zero steady-state tracking error to a ramp in...
- Chapter 5.6: The steady-state error to a unit step input R(s) = \/s is: a. ess =...
- Chapter 5.7: The percent overshoot of the output to a unit step input is: a. P.O...
- Chapter 5.8: Find the value of K so that the system provides an optimum ITAE res...
- Chapter 5.9: Compute the expected percent overshoot to a unit step input. a. P.O...
- Chapter 5.10: A system has the closed-loop transfer function T(s) given by Y(s) 2...
- Chapter 5.11: Consider the unity feedback control system in Figure 5.50 where K L...
- Chapter 5.12: Consider the feedback control system in Figure 5.51 where G(s) = K ...
- Chapter 5.13: A plant has the transfer function given by G(5 ) = (1 + 5)(1 + 0.55...
- Chapter 5.14: A second-order approximate model of the loop transfer function is: ...
- Chapter 5.15: Using the second-order system approximation (see 14), estimate the ...
- Chapter 5.16: A test input consisting of an impulse of infinite amphtude system a...
- Chapter 5.E5.1: A motor control system for a computer disk drive must reduce the ef...
- Chapter 5.E5.2: The engine, body, and tires of a racing vehicle affect the accelera...
- Chapter 5.E5.3: New passenger rail systems that could profitably compete with air t...
- Chapter 5.E5.4: A feedback system with negative unity feedback has a loop transfer ...
- Chapter 5.E5.5: Consider the feedback system in Figure E5.5. Find K such that the c...
- Chapter 5.E5.6: Consider the block diagram shown in Figure E5.6 [16]. (a) Calculate...
- Chapter 5.E5.7: Effective control of insulin injections can result in better lives ...
- Chapter 5.E5.8: A control system for positioning the head of a floppy disk drive ha...
- Chapter 5.E5.9: A unity negative feedback control system has the loop transfer func...
- Chapter 5.E5.10: A second-order control system has the closed-loop transfer function...
- Chapter 5.E5.11: A system with unity feedback is shown in Figure E5.ll. Determine th...
- Chapter 5.E5.12: We are all familiar with the Ferris wheel featured at state fairs a...
- Chapter 5.E5.13: For the system with unity feedback shown in Figure E5.ll, determine...
- Chapter 5.E5.14: A feedback system is shown in Figure E5.14. (a) Determine the stead...
- Chapter 5.E5.15: A closed-loop control system has a transfer function T(s) as follow...
- Chapter 5.E5.16: A second-order system is R(s) T(S) (10/Z)(5 + Z) (5 + 1)(5 + 8) FIG...
- Chapter 5.E5.17: A closed-loop control system transfer function T(s) has two dominan...
- Chapter 5.E5.18: A system is shown in Figure E5.18(a). The response to a unit step, ...
- Chapter 5.E5.19: A second-order system has the closed-loop transfer function i \ & i...
- Chapter 5.E5.20: Consider the closed-loop system in Figure E5.19, where Gc(s)G(s) = ...
- Chapter 5.P5.1: An important problem for television systems is the jumping or wobbl...
- Chapter 5.P5.2: A specific closed-loop control system is to be designed for an unde...
- Chapter 5.P5.3: A laser beam can be used to weld, drill, etch, cut. and mark metals...
- Chapter 5.P5.4: The loop transfer function of a unity negative feedback system (see...
- Chapter 5.P5.5: A space telescope is to be launched to carry out astronomical exper...
- Chapter 5.P5.6: A robot is programmed to have a tool or welding torch follow a pres...
- Chapter 5.P5.7: Astronaut Bruce McCandless II took the first untethered walk in spa...
- Chapter 5.P5.8: Photovoltaic arrays (solar cells) generate a DC voltage that can be...
- Chapter 5.P5.9: The antenna that receives and transmits signals to the Telstar comm...
- Chapter 5.P5.10: A speed control system of an armature-controlled DC motor uses the ...
- Chapter 5.P5.11: A simple unity feedback control system has a process transfer funct...
- Chapter 5.P5.12: Train travel between cities will increase as trains are developed t...
- Chapter 5.P5.13: We want to approximate a fourth-order system by a lower-order model...
- Chapter 5.P5.14: For the original system of P5.13, we want to find the lower-order m...
- Chapter 5.P5.15: Consider a unity feedback system with loop transfer function L(s) =...
- Chapter 5.P5.16: A magnetic amplifier with a low-output impedance is shown in Figure...
- Chapter 5.P5.17: Electronic pacemakers for human hearts regulate the speed of the he...
- Chapter 5.P5.18: Consider the original third-order system given in Example 5.9. Dete...
- Chapter 5.P5.19: A closed-loop control system with negative unity feedback has a loo...
- Chapter 5.P5.20: A system is shown in Figure P5.20. (a) Determine the steady-state e...
- Chapter 5.P5.21: Consider the closed-loop system in Figure P5.21. Determine values o...
- Chapter 5.P5.22: Consider the closed-loop system in Figure P5.22, where Ge(s)G(s) = ...
- Chapter 5.AP5.1: A closed-loop transfer function is T(s) = Y(s) 108(* + 3) = R(s) (s...
- Chapter 5.AP5.2: A closed-loop system is shown in Figure AP5.2. Plot the response to...
- Chapter 5.AP5.3: A closed-loop system is shown in Figure AP5.3. Plot the response to...
- Chapter 5.AP5.4: The speed control of a high-speed train is represented by the syste...
- Chapter 5.AP5.5: A system with a controller is shown in Figure AP5.5. The zero of th...
- Chapter 5.AP5.6: The block diagram model of an armature-currentcontrolled DC motor i...
- Chapter 5.AP5.7: Consider the closed-loop system in Figure AP5.7 with transfer funct...
- Chapter 5.AP5.8: A unity negative feedback system (as shown in Figure E5.ll) has the...
- Chapter 5.AP5.9: The unity negative feedback system in Figure AP5.9 has the process ...
- Chapter 5.CDP5.1: The capstan drive system of the previous problems r C> (see CDP1.1-...
- Chapter 5.DP5.1: The roll control autopilot of a jet fighter is shown in Figure DPS....
- Chapter 5.DP5.2: The design of the control for a welding arm with a long reach requi...
- Chapter 5.DP5.3: Active suspension systems for modern automobiles provide a comforta...
- Chapter 5.DP5.4: The space satellite shown in Figure DP5.4(a) uses (b) a control sys...
- Chapter 5.DP5.5: A deburring robot can be used to smooth off machined parts by follo...
- Chapter 5.DP5.6: The model for a position control system using a DC motor is shown i...
- Chapter 5.DP5.7: A three-dimensional cam for generating a function
- Chapter 5.DP5.8: Computer control of a robot to spray-paint an and y may be controll...
- Chapter 5.CP5.1: Consider the closed-loop transfer function 15 T(s) = s 2 + 8s + 15 ...
- Chapter 5.CP5.2: A unity negative feedback system has the loop transfer function L(s...
- Chapter 5.CP5.3: A working knowledge of the relationship between the pole locations ...
- Chapter 5.CP5.4: Consider the control system shown in Figure CP5.4. (a) Show analyti...
- Chapter 5.CP5.5: Consider the feedback system in Figure CP5.5. Develop an m-file to ...
- Chapter 5.CP5.6: The loop transfer function of a unity negative feedback system is 2...
- Chapter 5.CP5.7: An autopilot designed to hold an aircraft in straight and level fli...
- Chapter 5.CP5.8: The block diagram of a rate loop for a missile autopilot is shown i...
- Chapter 5.CP5.9: Develop an m-file that can be used to analyze the closed-loop syste...
- Chapter 5.CP5.10: Develop an m-file to simulate the response of the system in Figure ...
- Chapter 5.CP5.11: Consider the closed-loop system in Figure CP5.11. Develop an m-file...

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