- Chapter 12.1: A robust control system exhibits the desired performance in the pre...
- Chapter 12.2: For physically realizable systems, the loop gain L(s) = Gc(s)G(s) m...
- Chapter 12.3: The PID controller consists of three terms in which the output is t...
- Chapter 12.4: A plant model will always be an inaccurate representation of the ac...
- Chapter 12.5: Control system designers seek small loop gain L(s) in order to mini...
- Chapter 12.6: A closed-loop feedback system has the third-order characteristic eq...
- Chapter 12.7: Assume that the prefilter is Gp(s) = l.The proportional-plus-integr...
- Chapter 12.8: Considering the same PI controller as in 7, a suitable prefilter, G...
- Chapter 12.9: Consider the closed-loop system block-diagram in Figure 12.52, wher...
- Chapter 12.10: Consider the system in Figure 12.52 with Gp(s) = 1, G(s) = s 2 + as...
- Chapter 12.11: d. None of the above 11. Consider the system in Figure 12.52 with G...
- Chapter 12.12: Consider the feedback control system in Figure 12.52 with plant 1 G...
- Chapter 12.13: Consider a unity negative feedback system with a loop transfer func...
- Chapter 12.14: Consider the feedback control system in Figure 12.52 with GJs) = 1 ...
- Chapter 12.15: A feedback control system has the nominal characteristic equation q...
- Chapter 12.E12.1: Consider a system of the form shown in Figure 12.1, where G(s) = (s...
- Chapter 12.E12.2: For the ITAE design obtained in Exercise E12.1, determine the respo...
- Chapter 12.E12.3: A closed-loop unity feedback system has the loop transfer function ...
- Chapter 12.E12.4: A PID controller is used in the system in Figure 12.1, where G(s) 1...
- Chapter 12.E12.5: A system has a process function G(s) K s(s + 3)( s + 10)
- Chapter 12.E12.6: Consider the control system shown in Figure E12.6 when G{s) - \/{s ...
- Chapter 12.E12.7: For the control system of Figure E12.6 with G(s) = \/(s + 4)2 , sel...
- Chapter 12.E12.8: Repeat Exercise 12.6, striving to achieve a minimum settling time w...
- Chapter 12.E12.9: A system has the form shown in Figure E12.6 with K G{s) s(s + 7)(s ...
- Chapter 12.E12.10: A system has the form shown in Figure El 2.6 with K G(*) = s(s + 3)...
- Chapter 12.E12.11: Consider the closed-loop system represented in state variable form ...
- Chapter 12.E12.12: Consider the second-order system 0 1 Tc, x = , x + u -a -b] [_c2_ y...
- Chapter 12.P12.1: Consider the unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) problem presented in...
- Chapter 12.P12.2: Consider the mobile, remote-controlled video camera system presente...
- Chapter 12.P12.3: Magnetic levitation (maglev) trains may replace airplanes on routes...
- Chapter 12.P12.4: An automatically guided vehicle is shown in Figure P12.4(a) and its...
- Chapter 12.P12.5: A roll-wrapping machine (RWM) receives, wraps, and labels large pap...
- Chapter 12.P12.6: The function of a steel plate mill is to roll reheated slabs into p...
- Chapter 12.P12.7: A motor and load with negligible friction and a voltage-to-current ...
- Chapter 12.P12.8: A unity feedback system has a nominal characteristic equation q(s) ...
- Chapter 12.P12.9: Future astronauts may drive on the Moon in a pressurized vehicle, s...
- Chapter 12.P12.10: A plant has a transfer function G(s) = % We want to use a negative ...
- Chapter 12.P12.11: Consider the three dimensional cam shown in Figure P12.ll [18]. Thi...
- Chapter 12.P12.12: Consider the closed-loop second-order system y = [2 0]x + [0]. Comp...
- Chapter 12.AP12.1: To minimize vibrational effects, a telescope is magnetically levita...
- Chapter 12.AP12.2: One promising solution to traffic gridlock is a magnetic levitation...
- Chapter 12.AP12.3: Antiskid braking systems present a challenging control problem, sin...
- Chapter 12.AP12.4: A robot has been designed to aid in hip-replacement surgery. The de...
- Chapter 12.AP12.5: Consider the system of Figure 12.1 with G(s) = sJs-TWy where K\ = 1...
- Chapter 12.AP12.6: Consider the system of Figure 12.1 with GW = *TW where Kt = 1.5 and...
- Chapter 12.AP12.7: Consider the system of Figure 12.1 with <*) = i. The goal is to sel...
- Chapter 12.AP12.8: A machine tool control system is shown in Figure AP12.8. The transf...
- Chapter 12.AP12.9: Consider a system with the structure shown in Figure 12.1 with r + ...
- Chapter 12.AP12.10: A system of the form shown in Figure 12.1 has . s + r G(s) = -, (s ...
- Chapter 12.AP12.11: A system of the form shown in Figure 12.44 has a plant G(s) = (s + ...
- Chapter 12.CDP12.1: Design a PID controller for the capstan-slide f k> system of Figure...
- Chapter 12.DP12.1: A position control system for a large turntable is shown in Figure ...
- Chapter 12.DP12.2: Consider the closed-loop system depicted in Figure DPI 2.2. The pro...
- Chapter 12.DP12.3: Many university and government laboratories have constructed robot ...
- Chapter 12.DP12.4: Objects smaller than the wavelengths of visible light are a staple ...
- Chapter 12.DP12.5: The system described in DP12.4 is to be designed using the frequenc...
- Chapter 12.DP12.6: The use of control theory to provide insight into neurophysiology h...
- Chapter 12.DP12.7: The goal is to design an elevator control system so that the elevat...
- Chapter 12.DP12.8: A model of the feedback control system is shown in Figure DP12.8 fo...
- Chapter 12.DP12.9: One arm of a space robot is shown in Figure DP12.9(a). The block di...
- Chapter 12.DP12.10: A photovoltaic system is mounted on a space station in order to dev...
- Chapter 12.DP12.11: Electromagnetic suspension systems for aircushioned trains are know...
- Chapter 12.DP12.12: Consider again the Mars rover problem described in DP6.2.The system...
- Chapter 12.DP12.13: A benchmark problem consists of the massspring system shown in Figu...
- Chapter 12.CP12.1: A closed-loop feedback system is shown in Figure CP12.1. Use an m-f...
- Chapter 12.CP12.2: An aircraft aileron can be modeled as a firstorder system G(s) s + ...
- Chapter 12.CP12.3: Consider the control system in Figure CP12.3, where The value of / ...
- Chapter 12.CP12.4: Consider the feedback control system in Figure CP12.4. The exact va...
- Chapter 12.CP12.5: A model of a flexible structure is given by (1 + ka>,?)s2 + 2a)ns +...
- Chapter 12.CP12.6: The industrial process shown in Figure CP12.6 is known to have a ti...
- Chapter 12.CP12.7: A unity negative feedback loop has the loop transfer function a(s -...
- Chapter 12.CP12.8: The Gamma-Ray imaging Device (GRID) is a NASA experiment to be flow...

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