Control Systems Engineering

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ISBN: 9781118170519

Author: Norman S. Nise

Publisher: WILEY

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Chapter 3, Problem 1RQ

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Two reasons for modelling system in state space.

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To analyse the system, a mathematical model is needed. A mathematical model is defined as a model which describes the system with the help of mathematical concepts and language. There are various types of mathematical models. For analysis of linear system, transfer function model is used. But a nonlinear system cannot be analysed using the Laplace transform only. So, state space model is used for such cases. State-space model consists of set of input, output as well as state variables that are related to each other using first-order differential equation.

The two main reasons for using state-space model are:

- To analyse non-linear system.
- To do digital simulation.

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Control Systems Engineering

Ch. 3 - Prob. 1RQCh. 3 - State an advantage of the transfer function...Ch. 3 - Define state variables.Ch. 3 - Define state.Ch. 3 - Define state vector.Ch. 3 - Define state space.Ch. 3 - What is required to represent a system in state...Ch. 3 - 8. An eighth-order system would be represented in...Ch. 3 - If the state equations are a system of first-order...Ch. 3 - Prob. 10RQ

Ch. 3 - What factors influence the choice of state...Ch. 3 - What is a convenient choice of state variables for...Ch. 3 - If an electrical network has three energy-storage...Ch. 3 - Prob. 14RQCh. 3 - Prob. 1PCh. 3 - Represent the electrical network shown in Figure...Ch. 3 - Prob. 3PCh. 3 - Represent the system shown in Figure P3.4 in state...Ch. 3 - Represent the rotational mechanical system shown...Ch. 3 - Represent the system shown in Figure P3.7 in state...Ch. 3 - 8. Show that the system of Figure 3.7 in the text...Ch. 3 - Find the state-space representation in...Ch. 3 - MATLAB ML 10. Repeat Problem 9 using MATLAB....Ch. 3 - For each system shown in Figure P3.9, write the...Ch. 3 - MATLAB ML
12. Repeat Problem 11 using MATLAB....Ch. 3 - 13. Represent the following transfer function in...Ch. 3 - Find the transfer function G(s) = Y(s)/R(s) for...Ch. 3 - MATLAB ML
15. Use MATLAB to find the transfer...Ch. 3 - 17. A missile in ﬂight, as shown in Figure P3.10,...Ch. 3 - Given the dc servomotor and load shown in Figure...Ch. 3 - Prob. 20PCh. 3 - Prob. 23PCh. 3 - Experiments to identify precision grip dynamics...Ch. 3 - State-space representations are, in general, not...Ch. 3 - Figure P3.16 shows a schematic description of the...Ch. 3 - Prob. 28PCh. 3 - A single-pole oil cylinder valve contains a spool...Ch. 3 - Figure P3.17 shows a free-body diagram of an...Ch. 3 - 33. Parabolic trough collector. A transfer...

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