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Damping Ratio and Closed Loop Frequency Response

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Relationship exists between systems transient response and its closed loop frequency response Example: Given a frequency response of a second order system, i.e. that obtained from Bode Plot, we could determine the damping ratio, natural frequency, and hence the transfer function

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Obtaining Damping Ratio, Natural Frequency and Transfer Function from Frequency Response Plot with a peaking characteristic:
1. 2. 3. 4. From Frequency Response Plot, determine the Mp and p. Apply Equation #2 to get the Damping Ratio using the Mp found in step 1 Apply Equation #3 to get the Natural Frequency n using the p found in step 1 and found in step 2 Once Damping Ratio from step 2 and the Natural Frequency n from step 3 are obtained, then the Systems Transfer Function is:

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% O.S. and Mp

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Response Speed and Closed Loop Frequency Response

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Permissible Locations of Poles of Second Order System

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Recall: Second Order System

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Lets try two cases: 1. Poles at 0.5 j3 (which would NOT be in the permissible locations) An example of the transfer function would be T(s) = 1/(s^2 + s + 9.25) 2. Poles at 3 j5 (which would BE in the permissible locations) An example of the transfer function would be T(s) = 1/(s^2 + 8s + 25)
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System Type

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is the number of PURE INTEGRATIONS in the FORWARD PATH


Example: A Unity Feedback System

Then, the System Type is the value of n in the Denominator. Other Examples: For the above Unity Feedback System:

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