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34) C -- Q K T X~(s)=QIs2 Fig. 14 Rampresponse of a first-order system (see also Figure All). f v J 4 X >r1763" . o o 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 Number of Time Constants Fig. 15 Unit ramp response of a first-order system. 32) Xo(s) . Q K. 39) represents the input quantity, the second is the steady-state error and the third is the transient component. 15 can be constructed. 15 the distance along the time axis between the input and output, in the steady-state, is the time constant. e. 43) are the standard forms of transfer functions for a secondorder system, where K - - s t e a d y - s t a t e gain constant, COn = undamped natural frequency (rad/s) and ~ -- damping ratio.
17) I is the moment of inertia about the rotational axis. 5. What would be the effect of neglecting the mass? m(t) a(t) _~_-~ ~(t) v 7"(O (a) Translational Acceleration Fig. 4 Linear mass elements. (b) Angular Acceleration 18 Advanced Control Engineering K m Spring x,(0 ~ ] I I Damper Xo(0 Fig. 5 Spring-mass-damper system. m K(x~-Xo) Xo(0,~t ,d~xo dt Fig. 6 Free-bodydiagram for spring-mass-damper system. 6. 19) Hence a spring-mass-damper system is a second-order system. If the mass is zero then ~-~F~ -0 dxo K ( x i - Xo) - C - T v-.
3(b) is easily solved using transfer functions. 3 shows the general approach. 3 9 Xi(s) is the Laplace transform of the input function. 9 Xo(S) is the Laplace transform of the output function, or system response. e. the Laplace transform of the differential equation for zero initial conditions. I K Xo(S) "1 a~+bs+c Fig. 4 Generalsecond-order transfer function. X~(S)=5/S 1 Xo(S) v s2+3s+2 Fig. 3(b) expressedas a transfer function. 4. 5. 16). VT-~-~ The impulse function ...................................................