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------INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Date: _/_/2011 ( day, AN/FN) End Autumn Semester No of students: 100-, Time: 3 hrs
1 4h

Full Marks: 50

Sub. Name: Systems and Controls, Sub. No.: ME40601

year B. Tech+DD (ME, MF, AE)

Question paper has 1 page. Answer any five questions. All questions carry equal marks. Any assumptions made in solving

the questions should be justified with reasons. g =10 m!s

Fi!! 1
u(t)
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1. Obtain the transfer function between the input exciting flow V(t) (volumetric fluid flow rate into the cylinder) and the velocity u(t) of the mass M 2 for the system shown in figure 1. The cylinder has area of cross section A as shown. 2. Using Routh's criteria obtain the limiting. values of Rt within which range the system

Area of cross section A


shown in figure 2 remains stable.

M 1 ==l;M:z...=4
Kc=1 00

3. An ideal system is shown in figure 3. Damping, wherever present, is so small as to be negligible.

Fi!l3
.---------------.....,Velocity Sensor

Draw the theoretical Nyquist diagram for the open loop system. What general

K,=200

conclusion may be drawn from such a diagram? The parameters given are in consistent units. 4. A velocity control scheme is shown in figure 4. For the given system K1 = 100, R1 0.2, K2 = 20, a= 1, b 5, M = 1. Obtain the critical distance d where the velocity sensor may be placed such that the system remains stable. Use Routh's criterion.

RF=?

Force

Velocity SellSor

5. A displacement control scheme for an articulated system of vehicles is shown in figure 5. Obtain the transfer function between the velocity of mass m 2 and the force acting on mass m 1 from the bond graph model of the system. Draw root locus diagram for the system. Discuss what general conclusion may be drawn from the diagram.

1 - - - b - -....

K.t T R.t: oo
l!lj~

6. Obtain the Laplace inverses of the following functions by using the methoiel of residues. (a)

s+3

(b)

(s+3) (s+l)(s+2)