- Chapter 9.1: The gain margin of a system is the increase in the system gain when...
- Chapter 9.2: A conformal mapping is a contour mapping that retains the angles on...
- Chapter 9.3: The gain and phase margin are readily evaluated on either a Bode pl...
- Chapter 9.4: A Nichols chart displays curves describing the relationship between...
- Chapter 9.5: The phase margin of a second-order system (with no zeros) is a func...
- Chapter 9.6: Consider the closed-loop system in Figure 9.70 where True or False ...
- Chapter 9.7: Consider the block diagram in Figure 9.70. The plant transfer funct...
- Chapter 9.8: When Td = 0, the PD controller reduces to a proportional controller...
- Chapter 9.9: Using the value of K in 8, compute the gain and phase margins when ...
- Chapter 9.10: Determine whether the closed-loop system in Figure 9.70 is stable o...
- Chapter 9.11: Consider the closed-loop system in Figure 9.70, where the loop tran...
- Chapter 9.12: Consider the feedback system in Figure 9.70, where -0.2s Gc(s) = K ...
- Chapter 9.13: Consider the control system in Figure 9.70, where the loop transfer...
- Chapter 9.14: A feedback model of human reaction time used in analysis of vehicle...
- Chapter 9.15: Consider a control system with unity feedback as in Figure 9.70 wit...
- Chapter 9.E9.1: A system has the loop transfer function 2(1 + s/\0) L(s) = Gc(s)G(s...
- Chapter 9.E9.2: A system has the loop transfer function L(s) = Ge(s)G(s) = K(\ + s/...
- Chapter 9.E9.3: An integrated circuit is available to serve as a feedback system to...
- Chapter 9.E9.4: Consider a system with a loop transfer function Gc(s)G(s) = 100 s(s...
- Chapter 9.E9.5: An integrated CMOS digital circuit can be represented by the Bode d...
- Chapter 9.E9.6: A system has a loop transfer function K(s + 100) L(s) = Gc(s)G(s) s...
- Chapter 9.E9.7: A unity feedback system has a loop transfer function L{s) = Gc(S)G(...
- Chapter 9.E9.8: Consider a unity feedback system with the loop transfer function Us...
- Chapter 9.E9.9: For the system of E9.8, find the phase margin of the system for K - 5.
- Chapter 9.E9.10: Consider the wind tunnel control system of P7.31 for K = 326. Obtai...
- Chapter 9.E9.11: Consider a unity feedback system with the loop transfer function Gt...
- Chapter 9.E9.12: A unity feedback system with the loop transfer function L(s) = Gc(s...
- Chapter 9.E9.13: A unity feedback system has a loop transfer function 150 L(s) = Gc(...
- Chapter 9.E9.14: A Nichols chart is given in Figure E9.14 for a system with Gc(jco)G...
- Chapter 9.E9.15: Consider a unity feedback system with the loop transfer function L(...
- Chapter 9.E9.16: The pure time delay e~ sT may be approximated by a transfer functio...
- Chapter 9.E9.17: A unity feedback system has a loop transfer function K{s + 2) L(s) ...
- Chapter 9.E9.18: An actuator for a disk drive uses a shock mount to absorb vibration...
- Chapter 9.E9.19: A unity feedback system with Gc(s) = K has -0.1* G(s) = s + 10' Sel...
- Chapter 9.E9.20: Consider a simple model of an automobile driver following another c...
- Chapter 9.E9.21: A unity feedback control system has a loop transfer function L(s) =...
- Chapter 9.E9.22: A unity feedback system has a loop transfer function L{s) = Gc(s)G(...
- Chapter 9.E9.23: Consider again the system of E9.21 when K = 438. Determine the clos...
- Chapter 9.E9.24: A unity feedback system has a loop transfer function K L(s) = Gc(s)...
- Chapter 9.E9.25: A unity feedback system has a loop transfer function 11.7 L(s) = Gc...
- Chapter 9.E9.26: For the system of E9.25, determine Mpa), con and u)B for the closed...
- Chapter 9.E9.27: A unity feedback system has a loop transfer function K L(s) = Gc(s)...
- Chapter 9.E9.28: A unity feedback system has the loop transfer function L(s) = Gc(s)...
- Chapter 9.E9.29: A loop transfer function is L(s) = Gc(s)G(s) = 1 i- + 2 Using the c...
- Chapter 9.E9.30: Consider the system represented in state variable form x = Ax + Bw ...
- Chapter 9.E9.31: A closed-loop feedback system is shown in Figure E9.31. Sketch the ...
- Chapter 9.E9.32: Consider the system described in state variable form by (/) = Ax(0 ...
- Chapter 9.E9.33: Consider the system shown in Figure E9.33. Compute the loop transfe...
- Chapter 9.P9.1: For the Nyquist plots of P8.1, use the Nyquist criterion to ascerta...
- Chapter 9.P9.2: Sketch the Nyquist plots of the following loop transfer functions L...
- Chapter 9.P9.3: (a) Find a suitable contour Ys in the s-plane that can be used to d...
- Chapter 9.P9.4: The Nyquist plot of a conditionally stable system is shown in Figur...
- Chapter 9.P9.5: A speed control for a gasoline engine is shown in Figure P9.5. Beca...
- Chapter 9.P9.6: A direct-drive arm is an innovative mechanical arm in which no redu...
- Chapter 9.P9.7: A vertical takeoff (VTOL) aircraft is an inherently unstable vehicl...
- Chapter 9.P9.8: Electrohydraulic servoniechanisms are used in control systems requi...
- Chapter 9.P9.9: The space shuttle, shown in Figure P9.9(a), carries large payloads ...
- Chapter 9.P9.10: Machine tools are often automatically controlled as shown in Figure...
- Chapter 9.P9.11: A control system for a chemical concentration control system is sho...
- Chapter 9.P9.12: A simplified model of the control system for regulating the pupilla...
- Chapter 9.P9.13: A controller is used to regulate the temperature of a mold for plas...
- Chapter 9.P9.14: Electronics and computers arc being used to control automobiles. Fi...
- Chapter 9.P9.15: Consider the automatic ship-steering system discussed in P8.ll. The...
- Chapter 9.P9.16: An electric carrier that automatically follows a tape track laid ou...
- Chapter 9.P9.17: The primary objective of many control systems is to maintain the ou...
- Chapter 9.P9.18: A model of an automobile driver attempting to steer a course is sho...
- Chapter 9.P9.19: In the United States, billions of dollars are spent annually for so...
- Chapter 9.P9.20: The Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey Tiltrotor is both an airplane and a hel...
- Chapter 9.P9.21: Consider a unity feedback system with the loop transfer function Gc...
- Chapter 9.P9.22: The Nichols diagram for Gc(jio)G(jcS) of a closedloop system is sho...
- Chapter 9.P9.23: A closed-loop system has a loop transfer function K L(s) = Gc(s)G(s...
- Chapter 9.P9.24: A closed-loop system with unity feedback has a loop transfer functi...
- Chapter 9.P9.25: A closed-loop system has the loop transfer function L(s) = Gc(s)G(s...
- Chapter 9.P9.26: A specialty machine shop is improving the efficiency of its surface...
- Chapter 9.P9.27: Consider the system shown in Figure P9.27. Determine the maximum va...
- Chapter 9.P9.28: Consider the feedback system shown in Figure P9.28 with the process...
- Chapter 9.AP9.1: Operational spacecraft undergo substantial mass property and config...
- Chapter 9.AP9.2: Anesthesia is used in surgery to induce unconsciousness. One proble...
- Chapter 9.AP9.3: Welding processes have been automated over the past decades. Weld q...
- Chapter 9.AP9.4: The control of a paper-making machine is quite complex [27].The goa...
- Chapter 9.AP9.5: NASA is planning many Mars missions with rover vehicles. A typical ...
- Chapter 9.AP9.6: The acidity of water draining from a coal mine is often controlled ...
- Chapter 9.AP9.7: Building elevators are limited to about 800 meters. Above that heig...
- Chapter 9.AP9.8: A control system is shown in Figure AP9.8. The gain K is greater th...
- Chapter 9.AP9.9: Consider again the system shown in Figure AP7.12 which uses a PI co...
- Chapter 9.AP9.10: A multiloop block diagram is shown in Figure AP9.10.
- Chapter 9.AP9.11: Patients with a cardiological illness and less than normal heart mu...
- Chapter 9.CDP9.1: The system of Figure CDP4.1 uses a controller r^i G,(.y) = K0. Dete...
- Chapter 9.DP9.1: A mobile robot for toxic waste cleanup is shown in Figure DP9.1(a) ...
- Chapter 9.DP9.2: Flexible-joint robotic arms are constructed of lightweight material...
- Chapter 9.DP9.3: An automatic drug delivery system is used in the regulation of crit...
- Chapter 9.DP9.4: A robot tennis player is shown in Figure DP9.4(a), and a simplified...
- Chapter 9.DP9.5: An electrohydrauiic actuator is used to actuate large loads for a r...
- Chapter 9.DP9.6: The physical representation of a steel strip-rolling mill is a damp...
- Chapter 9.DP9.7: Vehicles for lunar construction and exploration work will face cond...
- Chapter 9.DP9.8: The control of a high-speed steel-rolling mill is a challenging pro...
- Chapter 9.DP9.9: A two-tank system containing a heated liquid has the model shown in...
- Chapter 9.DP9.10: Consider the system is described in state variable form by x(0 = Ax...
- Chapter 9.DP9.11: The primary control loop of a nuclear power plant includes a time d...
- Chapter 9.CP9.1: Consider a unity negative feedback control system with 141 L(s) = G...
- Chapter 9.CP9.2: Using the nyquist function, obtain the polar plot for the following...
- Chapter 9.CP9.3: Using the nichols function, obtain the Nichols chart with a grid fo...
- Chapter 9.CP9.4: A negative feedback control system has the loop transfer function L...
- Chapter 9.CP9.5: Consider the paper machine control in Figure AP9.4. Develop an m-fi...
- Chapter 9.CP9.6: A block diagram of the yaw acceleration control system for a bank-t...
- Chapter 9.CP9.7: An engineering laboratory has presented a plan to operate an Earth-...
- Chapter 9.CP9.8: Consider the system represented in state variable form 0 - 1 ; 1 + ...
- Chapter 9.CP9.9: For the system in CP9.8, use the nichols function to obtain the Nic...
- Chapter 9.CP9.10: A closed-loop feedback system is shown in Figure CP9.10. (a) Obtain...

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