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# Sketch the root locus of the system

Find the value of gain that will make the system marginally stable.

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6k views • 46 slides Modern Control - Lec 04 - Analysis and Design of Control Systems using Root L.

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How do you know which pole will travel along which asymptote? For example in the system where we have a simple unity gain feedback loop, and G(s) = (s-3)/[s^2(s+10)] I.

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Sketch the root locus of the system of the form shown in Figure [ with the transfer function listed below.

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Consider the system shown below.

Sketch the root locus and its asymptotes for a unity feedback system thathas the forward transfer function.

Running this m-file should generate the following root-locus plot.

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In particular, find the break points, and the asymptotes, and the parts on the real axis that lie on the root locus (6 points) 2) Find the value of K for which the closed-loop system has an overshoot of approximately 5%.

Using the root locus program, search along the unit circle for 180^{\circ}.

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The loci are symmetrical about the real axis.

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i) Sketch the root locus for the feedback system in Fig.

The denominator polynomial yields n = 2 pole (s) at s = -1 and 2.

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Now, by observing the root locus, predict the stability and performance of the system.

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Identification of the gain ,K, at this point yields the range of gain for stability.

It is a powerful technique, as an approximate root locus sketch can be made quickly and the designer can visualize the effects of varying.

Sketch the root locus for the unity feedback system shown below for.

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Rule 1 − Locate the open loop.

In a Matlab for a root locus, rlocus inbuilt function is available.

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Determine the range of K for the closed-loop system to remain stable.

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Sketch the root locus and its asymptotes for a unity feedback system thathas the forward transfer function.

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Rule 4 tells us that the root locus starts at the open-loop poles and ends at the open-loop zeros.

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Determine the breakaway and break-in points.

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Also find the break-in and breakaway points.

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4) as K varies (from zero to infinity) where G O L (s) = s (s + a) 10 and a is a positive number.

Firstly, from the given transfer function of the system, the characteristic equation must be written through which the number of open loop poles and zeros must be determined.

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, assume: G (s) = s (s + 5) (s + 8) K (a) Calculate the following points by hand: - Real axis breakaway point.

Oct 24, 2022 · Sketch the root locus using the hand drawing rules for the system pictured below: Locate and plot the poles and zeros of the open loop transfer function.

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Determine the breakaway and break-in points.

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The intersection of the asymptote line \& real axis: 5.

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Note that K is varied from 0 to ∞. 1 with the given transfer functions.

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if you have more poles than zeros, we know that they will tend towards infinity along some asymptotes.

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