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7, 2017

Emmadi, Vamshi 1000804218

Consider the differential equation below for y(t) with input u(t).

3𝑦⃛ + 75𝑦̈ + 1800𝑦̇ + 7500𝑦 = 600𝑢̇ + 15000𝑢

The above Differential Equation is linear since it satisfies the linearity conditions. A

differential equation is linear if the dependent variable and all its derivative occur linearly in the

equation i.e., there are no products of the function of ‘y’ and its derivatives and neither the

function or its derivatives occur to any power other than the first power.

The differential equation is 3rd order differential equation

(d) Enter the transfer function into MATLAB using the ‘tf’ command and use the ‘damp’

command to get the eigenvalues.

(f) What is the time required for the solution of this differential equation to reach steady state

within 1%? ________

(i) What is the damped natural frequency? _____

(j) Assume that the input u(t) is a constant of 10; y(t) will also become a constant with what

value? ________

(k) If the initial value of y(t) is 15 at t = 0, estimate the plot of y(t) starting at t = 0 out to the

approximate final time associated with reaching steady state (when y becomes a constant).

y(t)

0 time, t s

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