# Difference between revisions of "Errata: In Example 8.6, numerator gain term for G ur should be k r instead of k 1"

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− | | chapter = | + | | chapter = Transfer Functions |

− | | page = | + | | page = 247 |

− | | line = | + | | line = 2 |

− | | contributor = | + | | contributor = Seoul National University |

− | | date = | + | | date = 7 Dec 2010 |

| rev = 2.10d | | rev = 2.10d | ||

| version = Third printing | | version = Third printing | ||

− | | text = | + | | text = On the right hand side of the equation for <math>G_{ur}</math>, the gain term in the numerator should be <math>k_r</math>, the reference gain: |

+ | <center><amsmath> | ||

+ | G_{ur}(s) | ||

+ | = \frac{k_r}{1 + K G_{\hat x u}(s)}% \\ | ||

+ | = \frac{{\color{blue} k_r} (s^2 + l_1 s + l_2)}{s^2 + s(\gamma k_1 + k_2 + l_1) + k_1 | ||

+ | + l_2 + k_2 l_1 - \gamma k_2 l_2}, | ||

+ | </amsmath></center> | ||

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## Revision as of 17:47, 28 August 2011

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Location: page 247, line 2

On the right hand side of the equation for , the gain term in the numerator should be , the reference gain:

(Contributed by Seoul National University, 7 Dec 2010)