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Problem 1: Consider the automatic self-balancing scale syste...

Problem 1: Consider the automatic self-balancing scale system shown in the figure below The parameters of the system are given as Counterweight: Wc = 2N Inertia of the beam: I = 0.05kgm2 Length of the weight to the pivot: lw = 5cm Length of the beam to the viscous damper: li = 20cm 3kg / m / ...

Task1 This question relates to information in task1 A) ga...

Task1 This question relates to information in task1 A) gain and phase response we have done some examples in the class Hint: 1 Gain(Gjw)= (Real)² (Imaginary)2 LG(j)) =0°-tan-¹ - Imag Real Task2 These question refer to task2 Why linearity occurs in the circuit And one grap...

4. The main section of robot arm - section AB - rotates in a...

4. The main section of robot arm - section AB - rotates in a vertical plane about a horizontal axis at A. This section has a length I and is at an angle 0 with a horizontal datum line through point A. The second section of the arm - section BC - rotates in the same vertical plane about a horizon...

2. Going back to the early days of the Space Age, Goodyear h...

2. Going back to the early days of the Space Age, Goodyear has developed plans and prototypes for inflatable spacecraft. Here, as a sensor target, an inflatable satellite is being launched from the International Space Station. When launched, the package is in a tightly packed sphere 1 meter in d...

Task1 Use this circuit to: a) Develop a block diagram sh...

Task1 Use this circuit to: a) Develop a block diagram showing the individual sub-systems b) Develop expressions for the transfer function of each sub-system, indicating which sub-systems are open loop and closed loop elements c) Determine the frequency response over the range of 10Hz to 10kHz ...

1. A test model for a new type of braking system is designed...

1. A test model for a new type of braking system is designed to apply a braking force that decays following an exponential function. For an object moving in the (+) X direction (to the right), the force acts in the opposite direction. When the brakes are applied, the velocity change as a function...

Systems Modeling and Analysis - Assignment Input Format: ...

Systems Modeling and Analysis - Assignment Input Format: Do not add + in front of positive numbers, e.g. 0.1 should be used not +0.1. If the answer is negative then use − in front, e.g., −0.1 is ne. Add a zero before decimals, e.g., 0.1 should be used not .1 Do not use scientic n...

(c) A continuous plant is represented by the following state...

(c) A continuous plant is represented by the following state space model: (° 1 x = T + u(t) = - a B i. What values of a and B, if any, would make the system uncontrollable? [2] ii. What values of a and B, if any, would make the system unobservable? [2] iii. What values of O and B,...

Control Systems and Automation 2. You are considering mate...

Control Systems and Automation 2. You are considering material selection for the chain wheel drive shaft shown in Figure 2. To assist with this design process, you are hoping to model the dynamics of the system without any chain loading.1 Figure 2: Chain wheel drive system for consideration in P...

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