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Asked Mar 3, 2019

Step 1

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Part (a)

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

Here, *K*_{p} is the steady-state gain.

τ is the time constant.

e^{-st} is the transfer function for the transportation lag.

Step 2

Compare the given transfer function with the given transfer function to get the value of *K*_{p} (steady-state gain).

Step 3

Part (b)

Compare the given transfer function with the given transf...

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