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Unit 10 - Module-8 (Week-8)

Course outline Assignment 8


How to access the Due date for this assignment: 2018-03-21, 23:59 IST.
portal Instructions:

You are encouraged to use MATLAB to solve these questions since it makes computations faster.
Week 0
There may be questions with multiple answers.
For the questions with blanks, just write the numerical value
Module-1 (Week-1)
Please do not put any spaces while typing decimal numbers.
Put the minus sign if the value is a negative number
Module-2 (Week-2)
If none of the answers match, you may use the option 'none of these'.
Module-3 (Week-3)
1) Consider the following system for questions 1-6. Open loop transfer function is given by
Module 4 (Week 4) 1
G(s) =
s(s+1)

Module 5 (Week 5) in a unity negative feedback setting. With a proportional controller

K p , what is the real part of all the complex valued closed loop poles?
Module 6 (Week 6)
-0.5
Module-7 (Week-7)
1 point

Module-8 (Week-8) 2) It is desired to design a lead compensator such that the closed loop system

has a damping ratio of 0.5, peak overshoot of 16.3% and settling time of 2sec
Lecture 1
(for 2% tolerance band). The angle deficiency (in degrees) is:
Lecture 2

Lecture 3 46
1 point
Lecture 4
3) What should be the location of compensator (lead) zero?
Slides

Quiz : Assignment 8 -2.43


1 point
Week 8 Feedback
4) What should be the location of compensator (lead) pole?
Module-9 (Week-9)
-6.59
MATLAB 1 point

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With the pole and zero as derived above, what should be the compensator gain K which will achieve the desired performanc

Interactive Session
23.8
1 point

6) Using the root locus plot of the lead compensated system, find what will be the value of K

such that the damping ratio is 1?

0.0335

Hint

1 point

7) A certain plant with a transfer function

4−2s
G(s) =
2
s +s+9

is in a unity positivef eedback  setting with a proportional controller K p . Use MATLAB


−−−−−−−−−−−−−
to determine the value of K p > 0 such that the closed loop system has a damping

ratio of 0.707. K p =

1.05
1 point

8)
For the system in question 7, what is the steady state value of the output of the closed loop system to a unit step input?

0.875
1 point

Consider a system with the following transfer function for questions 7 and 8:
9) Consider a system with the following transfer function for questions 7 and 8: 1 point
2500
G(s) =
2
s −1000

For this system, what kind of compensator will achieve a faster transient response?

Lead

Lag

Lead-Lag

None of these

10) 1 point
s+z
For the system in question 7, with a compensator of the form K ( )where K , z, p > 0, what is the value of the
s+p

velocity error constant K v ?

−−−−
√1000

25K

zp

None of these

11) Consider the following system for questions 11-19. The open loop transfer function is 1 point
K
G(s) =
s(s+2)(s+4)

It is desired that the compensated system meets the following specifications:

K v ≥ 5.45,  maximum percent overshoot, M p = 1.52% and settling time, ts = 5.03sec.

The specifications on the transients lead to dominant poles at s d .

The real part of s d  is:

−0.795

−0.0795

−7.95

None of these

12) The magnitude of the imaginary part of s d  is:

0.5966
1 point

13) Would only a gain adjustment give the desired closed loop poles? 1 point

Yes

No

14) If only a gain adjustment gives the desired performance, what is the value of gain K ? 1 point

0.436

4.36

43.6

A simple gain adjustment does not work, a lead compensator is required.

15) 1 point
If only a gain adjustment can not give the desired performance, what is the location of the lead compensator zero

 when the pole is placed at  − 11.34?

−1.134

−0.134

Lead compensator is not required, gain adjustment is sufficient.

16) What is the velocity error constant, K v  of the system that meets the above transient specifications?

.545
1 point

17) What is the value of β, assuming we design a lag compensator to achieve desiredK v ?

10
1 point

18) With the zero of the lag compensator at -0.1, what is the location of the pole of the compensator? 1 point

−0.01

−0.001

−1.0

None of these

19) Find the new gain of the lag compensated system assuming the damping ratio is 0.8.

Hint

1 point
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