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<b>A</b> For this simplified model, one can just assume that the actuator is static, and can be modeled as a scaling factor: you can just set it to be the identity map.
 
<b>A</b> For this simplified model, one can just assume that the actuator is static, and can be modeled as a scaling factor: you can just set it to be the identity map.
 
 
  
  
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--[[User:Franco|Franco]]
 
--[[User:Franco|Franco]]
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''''Additional comment:''''
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Please make sure you read the other FAQ about the saturation of u(t).
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--[[User:Mjdunlop|Mary Dunlop]] 18:25, 6 October 2006 (PDT)

Revision as of 01:25, 7 October 2006

Q What are the dynamics that should be used for the Actuator block in Problem 2?

A For this simplified model, one can just assume that the actuator is static, and can be modeled as a scaling factor: you can just set it to be the identity map.

--Franco

'Additional comment:' Please make sure you read the other FAQ about the saturation of u(t).

--Mary Dunlop 18:25, 6 October 2006 (PDT)