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## Chapter 8

Chapter 8. Social Conflict Theory: Critical Criminology and Restorative Justice. Figure 8.1 The Branches of Social Conflict Theory. Marxist Thought . Productive Forces and Productive Relations Communist Manifesto focused attention on economic conditions of a capitalist system

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. D action – Time delays. Derivative Action. When there’s too much oscillation , this can sometimes be solved by adding a derivative action. This action will take into account how fast the error signal is changing . In the time domain this leads to :

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. Session 6 – Transfer Functions. Standard form of first order TF. We will consider changes w ith respect to a given initial equilibrium . Step response:. Step response of. Δ z (t). A. t. B.

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## CONTROL THEORY

CONTROL THEORY. Session 1 – The concept of feedback. Which block scheme represents the level control depicted in the picture below?. LC. Define servo and control problem. F out. Which block schemes represents the level control depicted in the picture?. h desired. F in. h. +. Controller.

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. Lachlan Blackhall and Tyler Summers. Control Theory. Advanced control methods are model based Use a mathematical model of the system to design controllers. u. System Dynamics. y. Controller. State Space Models. Inputs, outputs describe external behavior of system

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. D action – Tuning. Derivative Action. When there’s too much oscillation , this can sometimes be solved by adding a derivative action. This action will take into account how fast the error signal is changing . In the time domain this leads to :

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. Session 5 – Transfer Functions. Transfer function of . A B C None of the above. A. B. [Default] [MC Any] [MC All]. C. Step response of. z(t). A. t. B. Definition of step response: Δ z(t) if Δ u(t) is a step of size 1. A, B on previous graph?. A=2, B=3

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. Session 4 – Static Characteristics. The static process characteristic. Tells us A Tells us B. A- What the possible process equilibria are and is as such not dependent on properties of the control loop the process might be part of.

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. Bode Stability Criterion. Other view on stability of CL. Where the PHASE of the open loop TF equals -180°(+/-n.360°), we have positive feedback. If the AMPLITUDE RATIO at these frequencies > 0db: unstable closed loop. Two important measures. GAIN MARGIN

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## Control Theory

Control Theory. I and D. The formulas. About the pre-class quiz. I could solve it I couldn’t get started I could start, but I’m stuck somewhere I didn’t try. [Default] [MC Any] [MC All]. Integral Action. When an integrator is present in the loop: steady state error = 0.

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