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HR: 233 BREAK 106 SEARLE LARR a: eH ACAD mam: 239 7 1 2 Figare 1 Two-tan igid-level system A. AQ mem | TH 00%) HOE TAMIA ROME: (@) HARA UR NSBR A TEL ARIE LAAT RMA (negative feedback) « (5%) OQURMRATREMARDEORELD OREM? (6) (0) OR A fe (feedback system) = BLAIR r00t lous) (5%) (O49 * nonminimumphase system, ? HATE? (5%) (Gone FG MS (e) FTN A se Gla) RH (oand wish? (5%) (©) 1S A Glo aka A ak amps response fiction)? S14 4A IAB + (10%) (0) th H— 5H ide pes fe) HEH HB AIT PRM EA RR) (5%) (8) S898 A RH A RH Akins fanction) GG) AWB BARA? (0) Fan A HOON SA RIK ABR HI) GG)-MsH) He wte+10) (25%) Consider the two-tank tigud-level system shown in Figure below, Thetwvo tanks are identical and the tank cross-sectional arcais 4. ‘Water enters the first tank fom the top and exists through the valve in the bottom ofthe second tank The volume flow rates atthe valve inlet ofthe fir tank iQ andthe volume flow rate atthe valve outlet of thethirdtankis Que. The valve resistances aredenoted by Ry,and Ro, the fuid capacitances are denoted by C, and Cp, and the fluid inductane/ineranceis denoted by | (The Mud eapectanee is defined as the ratio ofthe uid flow rate othe change ato of pressure) The density, ‘of water p, is constant. The Mud heights in the two tanks ae, fy, and i & Gout & Qo Figure 2 Two-tank iquid-love system B. AAG saa 233 BRESAL 106 RE RALRTL ARR AB: MARCA) ak: 238 Sik: 7 aA Quer H (@) What are the energy storage clement() ofthe system shown in Figure 17 6%) (0) What are the damping samen) ofthe system shown in Figure 1G%) (opDraw ashetch ofthe clcscal ect, whichis analogous to the two-taligud-level system shove in Figure 1. (Systems Sescibed by the se mathematical model sre called analogous systems) (7%) (isthe system show in Figure 2 analogous tothe system shown ‘in Figure 17 Please explain your answer. (7%) (e) Suppose tha the inemtance of the system shown in Figure 2 can be neglected, Whats the minimum dimension of the sate transition matric ofthe eystem? (5%) 4.25%) Please anawer the following questions: {@) Compared with the Routh Hurwitz eriteron, fa are the features ofthe Nyguistenterion regarding the analysis of stability of contol systems? Please desribe teas three features. (5%) (@) Figure 3 shows the Bode diagram of an unknown system, whose transfer function i G(s), Determine the transfer function G(s) snd sketch the impulse response of G(3). (10%) (Figure 4 shows the Bode cigram of an unknown system, (3). Suppose tha the lop teanfer function ofthe closed-loop syitm is L(G) = K -Gq(s)- Determine the range of valu of K forthe closed Joop system tobe stable. (5%) (@ Continue from (), Suppose that G,(5) is compensated by a controller, C(s) = K+ 74s), Prove thatthe relative stability of the closed-loop system cea be improved with an appropriate choice of Tg vale, (Hint: Show tat the Gain margin canbe Increased by Using the conellr C(s),) (5%) | tel Tea eee