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Adding a pole to a system transfer function in terms of compensator represents a --------------- compensator ?
lag-lead
lag
lead-lag
lead
lag-lead
lag
lead-lag
lead
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Control Systems
The impulse response of the system described by the differential equation will be
e6t.
(1/3) × (1-e-3t).
1/3.
e-3t u(t).
e6t.
(1/3) × (1-e-3t).
1/3.
e-3t u(t).
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Control Systems
The input-output relationship of a linear time invariant continuous time system is given by r(t) = d²c(t)/dt² + 3 dc(t)/dt + 2 c(t) Where r(t) and c(t) are input and output respectively. What is the transfer function of the system equal to?
1/(s² + s + 2)
1/(s² + 3s + 2)
2/(s² + s + 2)
2/(s² + 3s + 2)
1/(s² + s + 2)
1/(s² + 3s + 2)
2/(s² + s + 2)
2/(s² + 3s + 2)
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Control Systems
The poles of the second order system are at -3 ± j4. The damping ratio of the system is
4/5
3/7
3/4
3/5
4/5
3/7
3/4
3/5
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Control Systems
None of the poles of a linear control system lie in the right half of s plane. For a bounded input, the output of this system
always bounded.
tends to zero.
could be unbounded.
none of these.
always bounded.
tends to zero.
could be unbounded.
none of these.
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Control Systems
By using which of the following elements, mechanical translational systems are obtained?
dash-pot
mass element
spring element
All of these
dash-pot
mass element
spring element
All of these
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