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Problem 1: A satellite attitude control system is shown bel...

Problem 1: A satellite attitude control system is shown below. Or 1 9 1 * + K - $ - K. (a) Write the system closed-loop transfer function (b) The closed-loop system is to respond to a step input in minimum time with no overshoot, which requires € = 1. Find K. as a function of K s...

Determine Y(s) / R(s): + 10 1 R(s) Y(s) 5 + 1 2 + +...

Determine Y(s) / R(s): + 10 1 R(s) Y(s) 5 + 1 2 + + Determine Y(s)/I,(s): Tg(s) + + R(s) G1(s) G2(s) Y(s) + H(s) In below figure: R (s) 1 S + 2 Y ( (s) + S + 1 s+3 - In MATLAB: (a) Compute the closed-loop transfer function using 'series' and 'feedback' functions (b) Ob...

A simple wheel and piston mechanism is used to generate line...

A simple wheel and piston mechanism is used to generate linear motion from circular motion, as shown in the diagram. The connecting rod AB is connected to the wheel at point A, and to a horizontal bar at the pivot B. The wheel spins anticlockwise at constant angular velocity w. At =0, the displac...

1. Use Laplace Transforms to solve the following ODE's if po...

1. Use Laplace Transforms to solve the following ODE's if possible. If an exact solution is not possible, perform any required additional approximations to make solution of the system possible, and if you make an approximate solution, show a plot of the approximate solution compared to an exact ...

Problem 1, Consider the system with two masses shown in the ...

Problem 1, Consider the system with two masses shown in the figure below. Each mass is on a surface with a friction coefficient. X1 (t) x2(t) fv3 f(t) K1 K3 0000 M1 K2 M2 0000 fv, fv2 (a. ) Derive the differential equations that describes the motion of the system. (b. . ) Express the...

An autonomous reusable carrier spacecraft is launched to pla...

An autonomous reusable carrier spacecraft is launched to place an earth observation satellite into orbit. The 260 kg satellite is ejected from the cargo bay of the carrier spacecraft. The ejection mechanism acts on the satellite for a period of 2 seconds and gives it a speed of 0.25 m/sec out of the...

Question 8 - 20 marks In the following, parts (a), (b), (c)...

Question 8 - 20 marks In the following, parts (a), (b), (c) and (d) should be attempted by hand, using a calculator where necessary but without using a computer. Parts (e), (f) and (g) will require the use of a computer. Consider the two-dimensional map Xn+1 = f(xn), where, for x = (x y) = ax ...

Question 7 - 10 marks Consider the map xn+1 = f(xn) where f...

Question 7 - 10 marks Consider the map xn+1 = f(xn) where f(x) is defined by f(x) = { 1 - 5.r, x<2, 5.c - 4, x>>. (a) Draw a graph of the function f(x) over the interval -0.5 < x < 1.5. 2 (b) Consider the sets Sn of points which remain inside the interval [...

QUESTION a) Using the block diagram reduction method, simp...

QUESTION a) Using the block diagram reduction method, simplify the diagram in Figure 1 to obtain the transfer function G(s) = Y(s)/R(s). (7) b) (i) Sketch the block diagram of a complete feedback system with a PID controller and discuss the effects of increasing each of its 3 gains on the r...

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