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GATE EC BY RK Kanodia

Chap 6.1

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- G1 G2 H 2

P.6.1.26 is

1 G2
G3 + G1 G2 H 2

R(s)

+
+

G1

- G1 G2 H 2

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6.2

C(s)

G2

H1

G3 + G1 G2 H 2

H2

(A)

G1 G2
1 - G1 G2 H1 - G1 G2 H 2

(B)

G1 G2
1 - G2 H 2 - G1 G2 H1

(C)

G1 G2
1 - G2 H 2 + G1 G2 H1 H 2

(D)

G1 G2
1 - G1 G2 H1 H 2

STABILITY
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ow graph shown in fig. P6.1.23 the


Consider
the
system
shown
fig.
P6.2.1.
The
range
1.1.
Consider
the
system
shown
inin
fig.
P6.2.1.
The
range
thestable
stablesystem
systemis is
of ofK K forforthe
transfer function
C
(
s
)
R
(
E(ss)) is
R(s)
C(sC) (s)

18.
the system27.shown
in fig.
Thediagram
range ofshown
K forinthefig.stable
system is
2 Consider
C
For the
block
P.6.1.27

-3

E(s)
+ +

R(s)

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1

1 1

2 2s + 1
s2G+s22+s +
1

G1

1
(A) -1 < K < 2
1
(A)-1-<1 K
< K< 1< (C)
2
(C) -1 < K < 1

G3

1
(B) - < K < 1
G2
5
1
(B)
- < K <1
(D) Unstable
2

Fig. P6.2.1
G4
+

(B) -3

-1

C(s)

G8

ow graph shown in fig. P6.1.24 the

-1

2 2s + 2)
K(sK2 (-s2s- +
2)

G7

Fig. P.6.1.27

G6

(D) Unstable

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2. The forward transfer
G G function of a ufb system is
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(A)2. The forward transfer function of a ufb system is

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19.
The forward transfer function of a ufb system is
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26. The transfer function of the system shown in fig.

17. The transfer function of the system shown in fig. is

Therange
rangeof ofK K totoensu
en
The
6
(A)K K> 6
>
(A)
88
(C)K K< -< 1- 1
(C)

Considera aufb
systemw
ufbsystem
5.5.Consider
function
function

K (Ks
G(Gs)( s=) =4
s (ss

Thesystem
systemis isstable
stableforf
The
(A)K K> 0> 0
(A)

(C)K K> 1> 1


1 + G1 G2 + G1 G7G3 + G1 G2 G8 G
+GG GGG
(C)
K 2( s6 2 + 11) 2 3 7 5
Fig. P.6.1.24
( s=) = K ( s + 1)
G(Gs)G
1G
( s2(+s 1+)(1s)(+s 2+)2)
29
(B)
Theopen-loop
open-looptransfer
transferfu
(B)
6.6.The
1 + G1 G4 + G1 G2 G8 + G1 G2 G5G7 + G1 G2 G3G6 G7
19
The
system
is
stable
for
system
is
The system is stable for
system is
G1 + G2
29
(C) (A) K < - 1
(D)
(B)
K
>
-1
(A)
- 1+ G G G + G G G G(B)+ K
> -1
K (K
1 +KG<1 G
G1 G
4
1 2 8
1 2 5 7
2 G3G6 G7
11
G(Gs)( s=) =
(
(C)K K< -< 2- 2
(D)K K> -2
> -2
( s +s 1
(C)
G1 + G2 (D)
(D)
R( s) of the signal flow graph shown in
1 + G1 G2 + G3G6 G7 + G1 G3G4 G5 + G1 G2 G3G6 G7G8
ForK K> 6,
thestabili
stab
> 6,the
Theopen-loop
open-looptransfer
transferfunction
functionwith
withufb
aregiven
given
ufbare
For
3.3.The
Kis
( s + 3)( sopen-loop
+ open-loop
5)
andclosed-loop
closed-loopcon
c
below
fordifferent
different
systems.
Theunstable
system
and
20.
withfor
forward-path
transfer
function
systems.
The
system
is
G
( s) =the
G4 Consider a ufb system
28.below
For
the
block
diagram
shown
inunstable
fig. P.6.1.28
G3
(
s
2
)(
s
4
)
arerespectively
respectively
2
2
are
numerator
(A) 2 of transfer function is(B)
(B) 22
1 C(s)
(A)
2 s ( s + 2)
s
+
2
(A)stable
stableand
andunstable
unstable
s ( s + is
s + 2range of K to ensure stability
2)
stemG1shown Gin fig. P6.2.1. The range
The
(A)
tem shown in2 fig. P6.2.1. The range
The rangeG1 of K to ensure stability is
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3
e system is
(B)stable
stableand
andstable
stable
(B)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
K >62 2
K 2<(2s-(+s1 1+or
) 1)K > 3
e system -H
is1
(C)
(D)
8
4
(A)
(B)
or
K
>
K
<
1
K
>
C(s)
C(s)
R(s)
E(s)
s( s + 2)
s( s + 2)
(C)unstable
unstableand
andstable
stable
4
+s( s8 + 2) G2
+
+s( s + 2)G6
(C)
(s2 - 2s + 2)
G5
C(s)
E(s) Fig. KP.6.1.25
+
+
3
K(s2 - 2s + 2)
(C) K < - 1
(D) -1 < K < 3
(D)unstable
unstableand
andunstable
unstable
(D)
G2 G3
(C) K
(D)
<Consider
-1
-1 <forward-path
K < 4
systemwith
with
transfer
ufbsystem
4.4.Consider
aGaufb
forward-path
transfer
4
3
1
2 G3 H1 + G4
function
s2 +12s + 1
function
The
forward-path
transfer
7.7.
The
forward-path
transfer
fu
5. Consider a ufb system
with forward-path transfer
+
G2 G3 s2 + 2s + 1
+
5.
Consider
a
system
with
forward-path
transfer
ufb
G
+)(3s)(function
Fig. P6.2.1 21. Consider a ufb system with forward-path
4
transfer
K (Ks (+s 3
+s 5+)5)
function
G4
K (Ks
2 G3 H
1 - P6.2.1
G(Gs)( s=) =
Fig.
G(Gs)( s=) = 2
function
(
s
2
)(
s
( s - 2)( s - 4-)4)
s
1
G2 G3
K ( s + 3)
(B) -1 < K < 1
G( s) =K 4( s + 3)
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(B) - < K < 1
s ( s + 2)
G( sFig.
) = P.6.1.28
2 G3 H1 - G4
2
s 4 ( s + 2)
(D) Unstable
G2 G3
system
stable
for the range of K
(A) G6The
[G +
(G
G3 + Gis
(D) Unstable
3 + G2 )]
The4 system
is5 stable
for the range of K
2 G3 H1 + G4
(A) G
K [>G0 + G + G ( G + G )] (B) K < 0
(B)
ansfer function of a ufb system is
3
5
3
4
(A) K 6 > 02
(B) K < 0
nsfer function of a ufb system is
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(D) Always unstable
K
>
1
2
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K ( s + 1)
(C) K > 1
(D) Always unstable
G( s) = K ( s 2 + 1)
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G( s) = ( s + 1)( s + 2)
6. The open-loop transfer function of a ufb control
( s + 1)( s + 2)
6. The open-loop transfer function of a ufb control
s stable for
system is
stable for
system is
(B) K > -1
K ( s + 2)
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(D) K > -2
( s + 1)( s - 7)
(D) K > -2
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fer function of a ufb system is

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(B) K < 0

(C) K > 1

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6. The open-loop transfer function of a ufb

22. The open-loop transfer function of a ufb control system is

control

system is

(B) K > -1

G( s) =

(D) K > -2

K ( s + 2)
( s + 1)( s - 7)
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For K > 6, the stability characteristic of the

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(A) K > 0

open-loop and closed-loop configurations of the system


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2
For
the
system
to
be
stable
the
range
of
13. The open-loop transfer fun
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3
s ( s + 2)
(A) stable
and
(A) K and
(B) K
< stable
> -1unstable (C) unstable
R(s) open-loop transfer fun
4
For
the
system
to
be
stable
the
of K is
13. The
+
K
(B) stable and stable
(D) unstable andrange
unstable
2( s + 1)
(D)
3 to be stable the range
3 of K is
For
the
system
13.
The
open-loop
transfer
functio
(D) Kmarginal
stable
(C) K
K <
-1><-1
s( s + 2)
(A)
(B)
<
4
R(s)
3 4
+
K
(A) K > -1
(B) K <
R
(
s
)
4
3
23. A ufbtransfer
system have the
forward-path
transfer function
+
K
ystem with forward-path
(D) marginal
stable
(C)
1<K
<
Fig.s(sP6
+1
8. A-ufb
system
have the forward-path
transfer
function
3 4
(D)
marginal
stable
(C)
K
1
<
<
7. The forward-path transfer function of a ufb system is
4
K (s + 1
K ( s + 6)
G( s) = Fig. P6.2
G( sthe
) = forward-path
2
K ( s + 3)( s + 5)
8. A ufb system have
transfer
function
s (
K ( ss( s-+41) )( s + 3)
=
G( s) =
Fig. P6.2.12
( s - 2)( s - 4)
8. A ufb system have the forward-path
s 2 +K3( s + 6)transfer function
K (s + 1
The closedG
loop
( s) =system2 w
The system G
is( sstable
for
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s
(
+ 10s)( (s
Ks((ss ++ 61))( s + 3)
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K is
G( s) =
(A) K < 6
(B) -6 < K < 0
G( s) =
s2 ( s + 2
335
s( s + 1)( s + 3)
(A) 2The closed loop system w
is stable for (D) K > 6
(C) 0The
< K system
<6
The
is4 closed loop system will b
K
The
is stable for
(A)
(B) -6 < K < 0
K system
<6
(C)

ystems. The unstable system is

24. The feedback

9. <The
feedback
control system
shown
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
K
-6
<KK ><6in
0 the fig. P6.2.8. K is(A) 2
06 < K
<6
(A) (C)
2Statement
control
in the fig.
for Q.1415: (B)
4
C(s)
(C) 0system
(D)
< K < 6 Rshown
(s)
K(1 +KTs>
) 6
+
9. The feedback control system
in the fig. P6.2.8. (C) 4
s2(1 +shown
s)
A feedback system is(D
sh
9. The feedback control system shown in the fig. CP6.2.8.
Statement for Q.1415:
(s)
R(s)
K(1 + Ts)
+

R(s)

s2(1 + s)
K(1 + Ts)
2
sFig.
(1 + P6.2.9
s)

C(s)

A feedback
system is 2shown
R(s)
+

is stable for all positive value of K , if


(A) T = 0

Fig. P6.2.9

Fig. P6.2.9

(B) T < 0

is
of K0, <ifT < 1
(C)stable
T > 1 for all positive value (D)
is stable
, ifT < 0
(A) T for
(B)
= 0 all positive value of K
10.
Consider
a
system
with
transfer
ufb
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
T =0
T < forward-path
0
T >1
0 < T <1

25. Consider a ufb

Statement
for Q.1415:
A feedback
system s is sh

2
s

R(s)
+
R(s)
+

K
s2

sK
s2

K
s21
s + 1 ++

Fig. P6.2
1
s+1

1
(C) Tfunction
(D) 0 < T < 1
>1
14. The closed loops +transfer
fu
1Fig. P6.2.
10. Consider a ufb system with
5
4
3
2
K forward-path transfer
s
+
s
+
2
s
+
(
K
+
2
)
s
+
G( s) =
Fig. P6.2.141
(A)
10. function
Consider
a ufb system
with
forward-path
( s + transfer
15)( s +
27function
)( s + 38) transfer
system
with forward-path
s 3 +transfer
s 2 + 2 s +fuK
14. The closed loop
function
5
4
3
K
sclosed
2functi
)2s 2 + (
loop
The system
2 s+4 s+ (+
K2 s+ transfer
2+) s( 3K++Ks
G( s)will
= oscillate for the value of K equal to 14. The
(A)
(B)
3
2
( s + 15K
)( s + 27)( s + 38)
5
4
3
2
3
s2+s +
2 s( K
+K
s + s +s2
s+ s+2 (+K
2s)K
s+ +
+
(A) 23690G( s) =
(B) 2369
(A)
3
2
( s + 15)( s + 27)( s + 38)
3 22s + 2K
s ++ 2ss)3s+
+
The system will oscillate for(D)
the14469
value of K equal to
2 s4 + ( K
+s Ks
+ 2s + K
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(B)
(C)4 5 3 4 2 3 3
The
system will oscillate for the(B)
value
of K equal to
s s+ +
(A)
23690
2369
(+K2K+ 2) s 2 +
2 s s+ (+K
2s )2s+s 2
++sKs
(B)
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of a ufb system is
s 3 + ss23 ++ 2ss2 ++s 32
K+s +
(A) (C)
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(B)function
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s 2 K+ 2 s + K
(D)
(C)
(D) 5 4 4 3 3 2 3
s 2+
s+ s2+) (+sK2+s+ Ks
s2 2 + (
K ( s -(D)
2)( s14469
+ 4)( s + 5)
+2)K
s s+ (+sK2 +
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G( s) =
(C) 5
2
4
3
2
11. The forward-path transfer( sfunction
3 s +
+ 3) of a ufb system is
s + s +s2
s + (K +
+ s 2 (+K2 +
s +2)K
(D) 3 4 2
3
2
11. The forward-path transfer
function
of
a
system
is
ufb
15. sThe
location
th
K ( s - 2)( s + 4)( s + 5)
2 s+ s+poles
(+K2 +
2)Ks + Ksfor
s+
For system
) =be stable,2 the range of K is
G( sto
(D)
4
3
2
( s4)(+s3+) 5) 3
P6.2.15.
K ( s - 2)( s +
2 s + ( K The
+ 2) svalue
+ Ksof K is
1
(A) K > G( s) =
(B) K <
2
+
3
(
)
s
15.
The
poles
location
for thjw
For54
system to be stable, the range40of K is
15. P6.2.15.
The poles
location
The
value for
of Kthisis sy
3
1
3
ForK1system
range
(D) KUnstable
(C)
(A)
>< K < to be stable, the (B)
<of K is
P6.2.15. The value of K is
jw
54
1 54 40
3 40
(A) K >
(B) K <
jw
54
40
1
3
(D) in
Unstable
(C)
< loop system shown
12. 54
The< K
closed
fig.
P6.2.12
become
1
3 40
(D) Unstable
(C) marginally
<K <
Fig. P6
54
40 stable if the constant K is chosen to be

12.
fig. P6.2.12 become
(A) The
30 closed loop system shown
(B)in
-30
7
12. The
closed loop
system
in
fig.
P6.2.12
marginally
stable
if theshown
constant
is
chosenbecome
to be
K-10
(C) 10
(D)

(A) 4

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30 LAKSHYA
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