The s-plane - Control Systems Engineering - Benjamin Drew - Lecture 10 of 14 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Control Systems

Description: "Lecture 9 for Control Systems Engineering (UFMEUY-20-3) and Industrial Control (UFMF6W-20-2) at UWE Bristol.This lecture introduce the s-plane as a tool to graphically represent a transfer function, which will then enable you to determine the sort of response one can expect (i.e. fast/slow, stable/unstable, oscillatory etc.). Also discussed are the various parameters that can be determined directly from the s-plane representation of a transfer function (such as time constant, natural and damped frequencies, damping ratio, rise time, 5% settling time etc). "
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