# The transient response of a system is mainly due to?

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The transient response of a system is mainly due to?

The transient response of a system is mainly due to stored energy.

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The best method for determining the stability and transient response of a control system is (a) Bode Plot (b) Nyquist plot (c) Root locus (d) Routh-Hurwitz

For a desirable transient response of a second order system, the damping ratio must be between (a) 0.4 and 0.8 (b) 0.8 and 1.0 (c) 0.3 and 0.5 (d) 0.2 and 0.4

The transient response, with feedback system,?

The transient step response of two systems exhibits same peak time. The dominant poles of the two systems can be represented in s plane along  A) A line parallel to X axis B) A line parallel to Y axis C) A line at an angle to negative real axis D) A semicircle

What is the time response of a system whose poles lie on the right hand side of s-plane? A) Exponentially increasing B) Exponentially decreasing C) Sinusoidal oscillations D) Step response

The damping factor of a particular system is unity, the system response will be

With the feedback system, the transient response : (A) Decays slowly (B) Decays rapidly (C) Rises slowly (D) Rises quickly

_____technique gives quick transient and stability response?

A second order system shows 100% overshoot in its unit step response. It can be categorized as (A) underdamped system. (B) overdamped system. (C) Critically damped system. (D) undamped system.

The transient currents are due to _____.

Global warming is mainly due to   (a) Emission of heat from engines (b) Emission of CO2 due to burning of fossil fuels (c) Use of nuclear energy (d) Air pollution

The initial response when the output is not equal to input is called?

In Torque-Voltage analogy, the Moment of Inertia of a mechanical rotational system is analogous to (A) Capacitance C. (B) Inductance L. (C) Resistance R. (D) Inductive reactance XL

A unity negative feedback control system is found to have a gain margin of 20 dB. The Nyquist plot of the system (A) crosses the real axis at +0.1 (B) crosses the real axis at -0.1. (C) crosses the imaginary axis at -0.1 (D) crosses the imaginary axis at +0.1

Consider the following properties attributed to state model of a system : 1. State model is unique. 2. Transfer function for the system is unique. 3. State model can be derived from transfer function of the system.  Which of the above statements are correct ?  (a) 1, 2 and 3 (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 2 and 3 only (d) 1 and 3 only

When the initial conditions of a system are specified to be zero it implies that the system is?

If a step function is applied to the input of a system and the output remains below a certain level for all the time, the system is?

Velocity error constant of a system is measured when the input to the system is unit _______ function.

In a control system the output of the controller is given to?

Transfer function of a system is used to calculate  (a) the steady state gain (b) the time constant (c) the order of the system (d) the output for a given input

With fault clearing time, the transient stability of a power system

The sensitivity of a closed loop system to gain changes and load disturbances depends upon (a) forward gain (b) loop gain (c) frequency (d) all the above

A PD controller is used to compensate a system. Compared to the uncompensated system, the compensated system has: (1) A higher type number. (2) Reduced damping. (3) Higher noise amplification. (4) Larger transient overshoot.

Load flow study of a power system is mainly carried out for (a) fault calculations (b) stability studies (c) system planning and operation (d) load frequency control

What will happen to the gain margin if the gain of the open loop system is doubled? A) Doubled B) Becomes half C) Is not affected D) Becomes one-fourth

The correct sequence of steps required to improve system stability is  (A) Insert derivative action, use negative feedback, reduce gain (B) Reduce gain, use negative feedback, insert derivative action (C) Reduce gain, insert derivative action, use negative feedback (D) Use negative feedback, reduce gain, insert derivative action

Phase margin is the amount of angle to make the system  (1) Oscillatory (2) Stable (3) Unstable (4) Exponential

The correct sequence of steps needed to improve system stability is (a) Insert derivation action, Use negative feedback and Reduce gain (b) Reduce gain, Use negative feedback and Insert derivation action (c) Reduce gain, Insert derivation action and Use negative feedback (d) Use negative feedback, Reduce gain and Insert derivation action

In a system, the damping coefficient is - 2. The system response will be (a) Undamped (b) Oscillations with decreasing magnitude (c) Oscillations with increasing magnitude (d) Critically damped

A derivative controller is mainly used for  A) Improving transient response B) Decreasing steady state error C) Making steady state error zero D) All the above

The DFD is  (1) modern version of flowchart (2) mainly used at system specification stage (3) primary output of the system design phase (4) all of these

Which of these descriptions is true of the step response of an overdamped system ? (a) it rises to a steady state value with no overshoot (b) it rises to a steady state value with little overshoot (c) it has an undershoot (d) it does not settle to a steady state value

In the time response analysis of control system, Damping Ratio is given by - a) Actual damping / Critical damping b) Critical damping /Actual damping c) ( Sum of the Actual damping and critical damping) /Actual damping d)( Difference of the Actual damping and critical damping) / critical damping

The response of an LTI/LSI system is given by the _______ of input and impulse response:  (1) Convolution (2) Correlation (3) Superposition (4) None

What is the impulse response of the system?

If stability error for step input and speed of response be the criteria for design, what controller would you recommend (1) P controller (2) PD controller (3) PI controller (4) PID controller

________method of response object in ASP is used to redirect the user to a different URL  A) Forward B) Redirect C) Link D) None of the above

Transient stability studies of a power system are usually carried out over a time period of (A) two or more seconds (B) several time swings (C) time interval of first swing (D) sustained oscillations

A system with gain margin close to unity or a phase margin close to zero is (a) conditionally stable (b) relatively stable (c) highly stable (d) highly oscillatory

A control system with excessive noise, is likely to suffer from?

A system is critically damped. If the gain of the system is increased, the system will behave as: A) overdamped B) underdamped C) oscillatory D) critically damped

For a feedback control system of type 2, the steady error for a rap input is  A) Infinite B) Constant C) Zero D) Indeterminate

The loop transfer of a system is G(s) H(s) = 5/(s+1) (2s+1)(3s+1) which has the phase crossover frequency fc = 0.16 Hz. The gain margin (dB) of the system is  (a) 6 (b) 4 (c) 2 (d) 0

The gain margin of a system is 0 dB. It represents a   (a) Stable system (b) Unstable system (c) Marginally stable system (d) Conditionally stable system