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Lecture 7 & 8: Control System & Transients


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Lecture 7 & 8: Transients & Control system

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TRANSIENTS
For the circuit shown bellow, Let VC (0) = 45V. Determine VC (t) and VX (t) at t > 0

DPDC-2014

0.
The switch in Figure has been in position A for a long time. At t=0, the switch moves to
B. Determine v(t) for t > 0.

DWASA2014

Control System
Determine the equivalent transfer function

of the system shown bellow.

Determine the values of natural frequency, damping factor and unit step response of a
system represented by the second order transfer function,
10
H (s) = ------------s2 + 6s +5
Consider the feedback control system shown bellow:

Determine the range of gain K for which the system is stable.

NWPGCL-14

EGCB-14

BPDB-2015

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Formulas at a glance:

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Important Examples from Fundamentals of Electric Circuits by Alexandar, Sadiku

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CONTROL SYSTEM
Rules for solving block diagrams:

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Transfer Function

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Determine the equivalent transfer function

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EXAM QUESTION SOLUTION
of the system shown bellow.

NWPGCL-14

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Lecture 7 & 8: Transients & Control system

Determine the values of natural frequency, damping factor and unit step response of a system
represented by the second order transfer function,
10
H (s) = ------------s2 + 6s +5

EGCB-14

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Lecture 7 & 8: Transients & Control system

Consider the feedback control system shown bellow:

Determine the range of gain K for which the system is stable.

BPDB-2015