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Modern Control System Theory and Design, 2nd Edition by Stanley M. Shinners

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PROBLEMS

8.1. The control system illustrated in Figure P8.1(i) contains linear-state-variable-feedback elements h1 and h2.

(a)  Determine the gain K and the linear-state-variable-feedback constants h1 and h2 so that the resulting control system represents a zero steady-state step error system and its characteristic equation contains roots at −2 + j, −2 − j, and −8.

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Figure P8.1(i)

(b)  The same performance can be obtained as in part (a) if we implement a series controller, Gc(s), instead of using linear-state-variable-feedback as illustrated in the configuration shown in Figure P8.1(ii).

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Figure P8.1(ii)

Determine the transfer function of Gc(s) in terms of K, h1, and h2 obtained in part (a) and the other system parameters provided.

8.2. A control system containing a controller and a process are illustrated in the block diagram in Figure P8.2(i).

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Figure P8.2(i)

(a)  Determine the state equations of this control system.

(b)  Determine the characteristic equation from knowledge of P.

(c)  Determine the constant h1 and the gain K if the roots of the characteristic equation are at −6 and −8.

(d)  Instead of using the controller configuration, the control-system engineer wishes to design ...

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