In engineering, a transfer function (also known as system function or network function) of an electronic or control system component is a mathematical function which theoretically models the device's output for each possible input. In its simplest form, this function is a two-dimensional graph of an independent scalar input versus the dependent scalar output, called a transfer curve or characteristic curve. Transfer functions for components are used to design and analyze systems assembled from components, particularly using the block diagram technique, in electronics and control theory.
The dimensions and units of the transfer function model the output response of the device for a range of possible inputs. For example, the transfer function of a two-port electronic circuit like an amplifier might be a two-dimensional graph of the scalar voltage at the output as a function of the scalar voltage applied to the input; the transfer function of an electromechanical actuator might be the mechanical displacement of the movable arm as a function of electrical current applied to the device; the transfer function of a photodetector might be the output voltage as a function of the luminous intensity of incident light of a given wavelength.
The term "transfer function" is also used in the frequency domain analysis of systems using transform methods such as the Laplace transform; here it means the amplitude of the output as a function of the frequency of the input signal. For example, the transfer function of an electronic filter is the voltage amplitude at the output as a function of the frequency of a constant amplitude sine wave applied to the input. For optical imaging devices, the optical transfer function is the Fourier transform of the point spread function (hence a function of spatial frequency).
The implementations for the two filters in simulink are as follow:
For the first filter:
For the second one:
The obtained results have values of 10^-12, while the expected results should be between 10^-3 - 10.
Since it's the first time when I try t implement a tf with variable coefficients I...
Hi, I am trying to get the transfer function from a wall between rooms. From one side I have the force of a hammer as an input ,and in the other side of the wall (next room) I have an accelerometer. Is it possible to get the TF without know the damping, stiffness and mass of the wall partition...
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Summary:: Trying to find transfer functions to design a block diagram on simulink with a PID controller and transfer functions for a water tank system.
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The variables and parameters...
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I have put G1 = (1-s)/(2-10s) & G2 = (2-10s)/ (2 +10s)
but than I read that all poles and zeroes should be inside the unit circle, and I don't know how to move the Zero S_01 = 1 to the unit circle
I am trying to find an alternative tuning rule for use with the transfer function specified. Please could someone help by pointing me in the right direction, thanks.
Process transfer function:
## \frac {27e^{-3s}} {30s+1} ##
Also, am I right in thinking that this process transfer function is...
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Determine the parameters of the PI controller such that two of the closed-loop poles of the transfer function Gclr(s) correspond to the poles of a second order LTI system with the following specifications: i) overshoot S% = 25%; and ii) settling time ts(5%) = 120 s.
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Some time ago I made a modelling project and obtained a plot. Now, I want to remember what the transfer function was, as I want to try changing the parameters.
The graph is the following:
How can I obtain the transfer function?
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An LTI circuit such as one composed of resistors, capacitors, and inductors, in general is a stable LTI system, i.e. its impulse response is one that decays over time. I have no problem with that, as it speaks for itself through laws of energy conservation, but I want to see this from a...
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I was doing some behavioural modelling of the torque transfer characteristics of a belt drive system from the driver pulley to the driven pulley. While doing the same, i have tried to see how the angular velocity is getting transferred as well. I would explain my point with the...
I am planning to derive analytically the transconductance transfer function (Iout/Vin) of this Gm2.sch circuit block.
Is my small-signal model for Gm2.sch correct ?
There is one minor mistake (Vgs5 should not be zero). Could anyone spot other mistakes in the small-signal circuit ?
I am...
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Control systems subject. Have a DC motor setup on a difference op-amp, then with gain, and the axel moves a wiper on a pot used for feedback.
I understand the concepts reasonably well enough to complete the assignment.
I'm using MATLAB scripts to approximate parameters...
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Simplify the block diagram. I uploaded a single image as it's the easiest way to do this problem.
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None at this stage.
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Please see the image.
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https://i.imgur.com/WPAKuf4.png
seeking G(s) = \frac{\theta_2(s)}{\tau(s)}
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By Wien bridge oscillator (abbreviated as WBO below) I refer to this circuit where the op-amp is assumed to be ideal and the output is the voltage drained from the upper end of R3.
What confuses me is that I hardly find a reference which explicitly states that a WBO has a...
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Find the closed form of the impulse response of the system y[n] = 7y[n-1]-12y[n-2]+x[n] using the peel away and guess method. Ie, by using Python code to find the geometric ratios and amplitudes of the outputs as n grows large, then calculate residuals, and find the...
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I have a question related to taking the logs of transfer functions, getting the individual Bode plots of each subsequent factor, and adding those plots graphically.
I'm working from Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 5th edt. Let me start with the following screen capture...
The transfer function of a linear system is known in the sinusoidal frequency domain. It is given in its final form as a complex function of the angular frequency ω (not jω ). How to obtain the step response?
Thanks in advance.
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I was hoping you could look at this link and let me know if I have interpreted the method correctly
http://i.imgur.com/5axTiBN.jpg
As I understand it the transfer function has had s replaced by jw but also the top and bottom are divided by 10 -
This is so that the brackets on the bottom...
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I got the following diagram, shown below, and I have to derive its transfer function. I think I have a general misunderstanding about the transfer functions. What I think it is, is: output/input basically. As input is the whole block of things that affect the output.
This is the system...
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Sketch output respons of system who have a input is a unit step (Amplitude of the system = 1)
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· Damping factor = 0,5
· Gain factor = 2
· Natural angular frequency = 4 Rad/s
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I have:
1. Draw a step respons in a x-y axis...
Hello guys, I'd just like to ask how can I formulate transfer function of second order differential system when I don't have zero initial conditions?
the equation is = y''(t) + B/m*y'(t) + k/m*y(t) = g y(0)= -L
don't care what parameters mean .. it's supposed to be solved in general
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I have a circuit where after a deduction of the impedance, I have found the output to input voltage relation as Vout/Vin = 2 - 3i
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I would appreciate...
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To simplify, I have a system whose transfer function looks like this:
G = (s^2-1) / (s^4-s^2-1)
It's unstable and I have to find a way to stabilize it using PID controller and/or lead/lag compensators.
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I have a problem to compute the damping as a function of frequency. In fact, I plot the transfer function between the input (which is a force applied bu a hammer) and the output (which is an acceleration). Therefore, I can analyse the mode...
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I'm trying to derive the equations of motion and state space as well as the transfer function for a system which has two mass spring damper systems stacked on top of each other. The system is base excited. I attached a pic of the system
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- Sum of the...
Can anybody explain to me briefly on why in a transfer function like G(s), we substitute s=jw such that it become G(jw) in order to find its gain value?
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I have an idea which when tested looks like its clearly flawed. I am hoping someone can tell me where my procedure is flawed, or point me to some other theory that has already done something similar.
The first two are the laplace transform.
The third line is the Fourier Transform.
The...
Hello everyone, i need to find reported transfer functions of internal combustion engines for a project, i would appreciate the model of a four cylinder engine.
If anyone knows about a book or some article which i can use, please let me know.
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Find ##a)\ H(s)=\frac{V_o}{V_s}## of the filter in the circuit below.
##b)\ ##The center frequency ##\omega_0##
##c)\ ##The band-width B
Correct answers:
##a)\ H(s)=\frac{6s}{12s^2+11s+1}##
##b)\ \omega_0=0.28\frac{rad}{s}##
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Find the transfer function ##H(s)=\frac{Vi(s)}{Ii(s)}##
The circuit consists of a voltage source and a 5H Inductor in series with a 10Ohm Resistor which are in parallel with a 10uF Capacitor in series with a 500Ohm Resistor. ##\rightarrow## Diagram here.
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Hey guys, i did this source transformation as an alternate method to find the transfer function of a circuit, however I am getting a different transfer function of 2/(2s+(s+3)(s^2+1)) to the solution in the following image. Any help would be really appreciated :)