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In the integral control of the single area system frequency error is reduced to zero. Then
integrator o/p increases but speed changer position comes down.
integrator o/p decreases but speed changer position moves up.
integrator output and speed changer position attain a constant value.
integrator o/p decreases and speed changer position comes down.
integrator o/p increases but speed changer position comes down.
integrator o/p decreases but speed changer position moves up.
integrator output and speed changer position attain a constant value.
integrator o/p decreases and speed changer position comes down.
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Which of the following is the electrical analogous element for displacement in force-voltage analogy?
Charge.
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Charge.
Voltage.
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A cascade of three linear time invariant systems is causal and unstable. From this we conclude that
at least one system is unstable and at least one system is causal.
each system in the cascade is individually caused and unstable.
at least one system is causal and all systems are unstable.
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Self loops at input node.
Both 1 and 2.
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