16.03.

2012

EE 352 Homework#2 1) a. Name the performance specifications for the first-order systems. What does a performance specification of a first-order system tell us? b. Find the output of each system to a unit-step input given in the figures below. Also find the time constant for each case.

x(t)

1 s+5
10 s + 20

y(t)

x(t)

y(t)

2) Consider the control system shown below. Assume that the controller is chosen as KP. a. Determine the range of KP such that the system output exhibits an underdamped behavior. b. For a KP value that you will choose from the range that you have found in part a, calculate rise-time, peak-time, settling-time (indicate the criterion you have chosen) and the percentage overshoot of the unit-step response of the closed-loop system. R(s) + E(s) U(s)

Controller

1 s (s + 2)

C(s)

3) A system with unit-impulse response (1-e-t)u(t) is being controlled by a proportional controller (constant-gain) K within a unity feedback loop. a. Calculate the unit-impulse response of the closed-loop system. b. Calculate the steady-state tracking error for a unit-step reference input for an arbitrary K. c. Calculate the steady-state tracking error for a unit-ramp reference input for an arbitrary K and draw the unit-ramp response for K=1.

Note: Show your steps clearly in order to get credit. Answers without intermediate steps will not be graded.

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