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I am trying to understand an equation stated in the book 'Principles of Protein X-Ray Crystallography' by Jan Drenth (The exact page I am reffering to can be found here...
Sorry, looking at it again I think I understand:
As the position decreases the denominator will approach 1, making L0 (I assume the inductance when very close) to make the biggest impact on the L(y) value. If y was very large, the denominator would be large, limiting L0s affect on the...
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I am doing some research on non-linear systems, and have come across a equation regarding inductance and I am unsure how it was derived:[p]
The inductance of the electromagnet depends on the position of the magnetic material, and can be modeled as,
L(y) = L1 + L0 / (1 + (y / a))
where y is...
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I am looking for any tutorials in how to plot a time response plot from a z-plane transfer function
For example, if you have G = 4 / z + 2
I understand that plotting this on the z-plane would result in a point at -2 (although I am not sure about how the numerator of 4 might affect...
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If you have asymptote approximations of a Bode plot - do you just find the vector sum of each asymptote to construct the 'full' bode plot?
I hope that makes sense
Any help much appreciated
Jimbo
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I was wondering if anyone knew of any good tutorials on modelling control systems - I have to convert a RCL circuit to a control system - i understand things like how to express components mathmatically but am confused as to steps I should take to make sure I do a thorough model?
Any...
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Thanks very much everyone for your help
I have it sorted now. gnome was correct about the exact column not being part of the calculation.
To move onto the next iteration I needed to add the value Δ(t).f(x,t) to x(t) to get a new value for x(t)
Thanks again
Jimbo :)
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Thanks for your reply
Sorry about the unclear formula - the ^ were meant to be deltas to signify the small change in t
x(t + delta(t)) = x(t) + delta(t).f(x,t)
Hope that makes more sense now
Jimbo :)
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Im a bit stuck on the method for Euler Integration. I have the following first order differential equation:
dx/dt = (x-at) / (x / a+t)
where constant a = 1.0V/s, and initial condition x = 1.0V at t=0s
I have a time step of 0.02 and I need to calculate the output voltage at a time...