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Let P = Number of open loop poles and Z = Number of open loop zeros and P > Z, find the number of branches terminating at ∞?
P
P - Z
Any of the above
Z
P
P - Z
Any of the above
Z
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The impulse response of a system is c(t) = -te-t + 2 e-t (t>0). Its closed loop transfer function is
(2s+2)/(s+1)²
(2s+2)/s²
(2s+1)/s²
(2s+1)/(s+1)²
(2s+2)/(s+1)²
(2s+2)/s²
(2s+1)/s²
(2s+1)/(s+1)²
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Control Systems
In polar plots if the critical point '-1+j0' is enclosed then the system is --------
unstable
critical stable
marginally stable
stable
unstable
critical stable
marginally stable
stable
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Which of the following is the correct expression for the transfer function of an electrical RC phase lag compensating network?
C/(1+RCS)
RCS/(1+RCS)
RC/(1+RCS)
1/(1+RCS)
C/(1+RCS)
RCS/(1+RCS)
RC/(1+RCS)
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Which of the following is/are represents the lead compensator?
(s+2)/(s+5)
(s+5)/(s+6)
(s+2)/(s+1)
both 2 and 3
(s+2)/(s+5)
(s+5)/(s+6)
(s+2)/(s+1)
both 2 and 3
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Consider the following statements for phase lead compensation:
both 1 and 2
Phase lead compensation shifts the gain crossover frequency to the right
The maximum phase lag occurs at the arithmetic mean of the two corner frequencies.
nether 1 nor 2
both 1 and 2
Phase lead compensation shifts the gain crossover frequency to the right
The maximum phase lag occurs at the arithmetic mean of the two corner frequencies.
nether 1 nor 2
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