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A design objective in many control system applications is to achieve small time constants. An exception is the time constant requirements for a piezoelectric sensor. Explain why a large time constant, in the order of 1.0 s, is desirable for a piezoelectric sensor in combination with its signal conditioning system.

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The time constant in the system is used to represent the final response time or the stability time. Less the value of...

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