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P. Atkinson B.Sc. (Eng.), A.C.G.I., C.Eng., M.I.E.E,'s Feedback Control Theory for Engineers PDF

By P. Atkinson B.Sc. (Eng.), A.C.G.I., C.Eng., M.I.E.E, M.I.E.R.E. (auth.)

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To the conductor. The amount of energy which a source imparts to a load when charge passes through it can be regarded as a measure of the effectiveness of the source. f. E of a source is defined as the ratio of the energy imparted U, to the charge Q passing through the source. f. f. e. the power P) and the rate at which charge is flowing (Le. the current I). f. can be produced in a number of different ways: (a) Chemically by means of a battery. (b) Electromagnetically by means of a generator. 53 Feedback Control Theory for Engineers (c) Thermoelectrically by the effect of heat applied to the junction of two dissimilar metals.

The slope at t = 0 is zero. The graphical representation is shown in Fig. 9. 4 A Special Exponential Rise In certain systems containing two energy transfer stages it is possible to arrange the constants so that the system is 'critically damped'. The 21 Feedback Control Theory for Engineers 8 A --------------------------------------------- Fig. , ml em" } 8=A {1 - - - + - mZ-ml mz -ml response of such a system may be regarded as a double exponential with the fastest possible rise time to the final value without overshoot.

Is usually used for the theoretical and practical assessment of the response of a system. It is usually referred to as the Dirac delta function S(t) and is defined as a pulse having a small width but unity area. A typical example of such a function is shown in Fig. 6. The delta function is sometimes called the unit impulse. 1 The Exponential Decay The responses of systems often involve functions containing the number e which has a value of approximately 2'718. For an explanation of how this number occurs naturally in mathematics see reference S.

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