4.2Consider the following transfer function:Y(s) 3e-U(s) 1Os +1(a) What is the steady-state gain?(b) What is the time constant?(c) If U(s)4/s, what is the value of the output y(t) whent oo?(d) For the same input, what is the value of the output whent 10? What is the output when expressed as a fraction of thenew steady-state value?(e) If U(s) (1-e-)s, the unit rectangular pulse, what is theoutput whent-oo?( If u() 6(), the unit impulse at 0, what is the outputwhen-00?(g) If u(t) 5 sin 2t, what is the value of the output when

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4.2
Consider the following transfer function:
Y(s) 3e-
U(s) 1Os +1
(a) What is the steady-state gain?
(b) What is the time constant?
(c) If U(s)4/s, what is the value of the output y(t) when
t oo?
(d) For the same input, what is the value of the output when
t 10? What is the output when expressed as a fraction of the
new steady-state value?
(e) If U(s) (1-e-)s, the unit rectangular pulse, what is the
output whent-oo?
( If u() 6(), the unit impulse at 0, what is the output
when-00?
(g) If u(t) 5 sin 2t, what is the value of the output when
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4.2 Consider the following transfer function: Y(s) 3e- U(s) 1Os +1 (a) What is the steady-state gain? (b) What is the time constant? (c) If U(s)4/s, what is the value of the output y(t) when t oo? (d) For the same input, what is the value of the output when t 10? What is the output when expressed as a fraction of the new steady-state value? (e) If U(s) (1-e-)s, the unit rectangular pulse, what is the output whent-oo? ( If u() 6(), the unit impulse at 0, what is the output when-00? (g) If u(t) 5 sin 2t, what is the value of the output when

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Part (a)

The general form of the transfer function for the given problem is written below.

Here, Kp is the steady-state gain.

τ is the time constant.

e-st is the transfer function for the transportation lag.

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Compare the given transfer function with the given transfer function to get the value of Kp (steady-state gain).

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