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Root Locus Analysis & Design. See attached file for full problem description.

1) Draw the root locus of L (attached). of for positive and negative gain on graph paper.

Find (graphically) the gain, k, to get l = 0.5 for the dominant poles and specify the corresponding corner frequency.

2) Draw the root locus of L (attached) of for positive and negative gain on graph paper. Calculate breakpoints, jw axis crossings and departure angles.

3) Draw the root locus of L (attached) of for positive and negative gain on graph paper.

Find (graphically) the gain k, to get l = 0.5 for the dominant poles and specify the corresponding frequency.

4) Draw the root locus of L (attached) of for positive and negative gain on graph paper. Calculate breakpoints, jw axis crossings and departure angles.

5) Draw the root locus of L (attached) of for positive and negative gain on graph paper.

Find (graphically) the gain k, to get l = 0.5 for the dominant poles and specify the corresponding frequency.

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The solution solves five root locus analysis and design questions through graphical methods.

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b) If the design value for the gain is K = 6, calculate the gain margin.

c) Determine the value of the gain factor K for which the system with the above open loop transfer has closed loop poles with a damping ratio of 0.5.

Question 2:
a) Figure 2 models a pressure control system with a plant G = 1{(s+1)(s+3)] consisting of twwo lags, and PI control Gc = K(s+2)/s.
i) Sketch the loci of the closed-loop system poles for varying K.
ii) Find, reasonably accurately, the value of K for a damping ratio 0.5 for the dominating poles.

b) Plot the root loci for a system with the loop gain function (i.e. open loop transfer function).

K/[(s+2)(s+6)(s^2 + 8s + 20)

and find the limiting value of K for stability.

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