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Which of the following is/are represents the lag compensator?
(s+2)/(s+1)
both 1 and 2
(s+2)/(s+5)
(s+5)/(s+6)
(s+2)/(s+1)
both 1 and 2
(s+2)/(s+5)
(s+5)/(s+6)
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A system is stable for (where GM = Gain Margin and PM = Phase Margin):
PM - ve.
GM and PM both -ve.
GM and PM both +ve.
GM -ve.
PM - ve.
GM and PM both -ve.
GM and PM both +ve.
GM -ve.
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Control Systems
When the polynomial is Routh Hurwitz,
all zeroes lie in the right half of the s-plane.
none of these.
the function is not real.
the roots of function have real parts which are to be zero/negative.
all zeroes lie in the right half of the s-plane.
none of these.
the function is not real.
the roots of function have real parts which are to be zero/negative.
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Control Systems
The impulse response of an initally relaxed linear system is e-2tu(t). To produce a response of te-2tu(t), the input must be equal to
2e-tu(t).
e-tu(t).
(0.5)e-2tu(t).
e-2tu(t).
2e-tu(t).
e-tu(t).
(0.5)e-2tu(t).
e-2tu(t).
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Control Systems
The amplitude spectrum of a Gaussian pulse is
Impulse function.
Gaussian.
A sine function.
Uniform.
Impulse function.
Gaussian.
A sine function.
Uniform.
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Which of the following statement is/are true statements?
All of these
The steady state analysis depends on type of the system
Transient state analysis depends on order of the system
Type of the system is obtained from open loop transfer function
All of these
The steady state analysis depends on type of the system
Transient state analysis depends on order of the system
Type of the system is obtained from open loop transfer function
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