### Using the Ruth Hurwitz Criterion

Question: Find the values of k for the system in part a) and the values of alpha for part b). Please view the attachment file to see the full questions for parts a) and b).

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Question: Find the values of k for the system in part a) and the values of alpha for part b). Please view the attachment file to see the full questions for parts a) and b).

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Please see attachment for full question on PI controller proportional and integral to the given plant. The inverse Nichols chart mentioned in the question is also attached for convenience.

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Given the plant, P(s) = {see attachment}, a proportional and integral (PI) controller, G(s) = {see attachment} is to be designed to achieve the following specifications ... *Please see attachment for complete question (including specifications)

Sketch the root locus for the following closed loop system {see attachment} as {SYMBOL1} varies from -{SYMBOL2} to +{SYMBOL2}. You should calculate all steps and show the positive and negative gain loci. It is recommended that you first find the positive locus and then sketch the negative {SYMBOL2} locus. (Real axis solutions o

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Please refer to the attached file. Consider the attached unity feedback system with plant transfer function... (attached)

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For the process, P = 1/(s + 1)(s + 2), design a PI controller, G = (k_p)(s + 1/T_i)/s, to have a closed loop dominant pole pair with w_n = 1.3 and delta = 0.5. Design T_i and then k_p using root locus methods.

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