Q1
For the opamp network shown in figure Q1, R1=R2 and R3C = 0.1 second.
Figure Q1
Q2
Base on the results from above, sketch the Vo(t) versus t. Label all data points clearly.
Figure Q2
Find the transfer function, G(s) = VO(s)/Vi(s), operational amplifier circuits shown in Figure Q3
where VO(s) and Vi(s) are the Laplace transform of vo(t) and vi(t).
Q4
Find the transfer function of the electrical network shown in Figure Q3(b) using block diagram
consisting of gain, differentiator, integrator or first order system block only.
R1 R2
Ei (s) sL Eo (s)
Figure Q4
C ( s)
Find the transfer function of the system shown in Figure Q5 using both block diagram
R( s)
reduction technique and Masons gain rule.
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Figure Q5
Q6
Use block diagram reduction technique to simplify the block diagram shown in Figure Q6 to
obtain the transfer function C(s)/R(s).
Figure Q6
For the circuit shown in Figure Q8, assuming that the operational amplifier is an ideal amplifier,
V ( s)
determine the transfer function o in terms of circuit parameters.
Vi ( s )
Figure Q7
Q8
For the circuit shown in Figure Q9, by using Masons gain rule technique, find transfer function
Vo ( s )
Vi ( s )
Figure Q8
Q9
The position control system of a robotic arm is given by the following differential equations and
linear equations:
Q10 Derive the transfer function m(s)/Ei(s) for the motor with gear ratio n. What is the transfer
function of the rotational speed with input ei?
Figure Q10.