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Code No: RAR05320201
RA
III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2008
ANALYSIS OF LINEAR SYSTEMS
(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks
\ue000 \ue000 \ue000 \ue000 \ue000
1. For the rotational mechanical systems shown in \ufb01gure 1.

(a) Draw the mechanical network
(b) Develop the mathematical equations for torque in terms of\u03b8, J, and k.
(c) Develop the analogous electric circuits.

[4+4+8]
Figure 1
2. (a) Explain what is meant by state variable and Mention the advantages of state
space approach.
(b) Develop the state variable model equations of the following network using
equivalent source approach. \ufb01gure 2
(c) Obtain the state-space representation of the series R-L-C circuit excited by
e(t) and the response is i(t).
[4+6+6]
Figure 2
3. (a) Find the voltageVc(t) for the circuit shown in \ufb01gure 3a with the input given
in Figure. 3a
Figure 3a
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Figure 3a
(b) State and explain scaling theorem.
(c) The Laplace transform equation for the current isI(s) =
2
(s)(s+2)
i. Find the current I(t).
ii. Using scaling theorem, \ufb01nd the currenti1(t) ifI1(s) =
2
(3s)(3s+2)[7+4+2+3]
4. A series R-L-C circuit with R=6\u2126, L =1H, c =18 F is fed by a train of impulses
with magnitude of 10V, starting from t=1sec., with a period of 2 sec. Determine
(a) Laplace transforms of the periodic voltage waveform
(b) Develop the expression for current i(t) using Laplace transform approach [8+8]
5. (a) Obtain the trigonometric fourier series expansion of the periodic triangular
waveform shown in \ufb01gure 5.
(b) Obtain the exponential form of fourier series of the unit impulse function
shown in \ufb01gure. 5.
[8+8]
Figure 5
.
Figure 5
6. (a) State and explain the properties of Fourier Transform.
(b) De\ufb01ne Signum function and hence develop the expression for Fourier transform
of it.
[8+8]
7. (a) Check whether the following polynomial is Hurwitz or not?
H(s) = s4+ 2s2+ 3s+ 6
(b) Find the range of values of \u2018a\u2019 so thatH(s) =s4 +s3 +as2 +s + 3 is Hurwitz.
[7+9]
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