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Talha_Talha

  • 5 months ago

What is the physical interpretation of the poles and zeros?

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  1. sidsiddhartha
    • 5 months ago
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    let there is a function \[F(s)=\frac{ sE(s) }{ (s-P_1)(s-P_2)}\] in this equation u can see when\[s=P_1 \] or \[s=P_2\] then the function \(F(s)\) will become infinite or simply the function will blow out so here P1 and P2 are the poles. and look when \[s=0\] or \[s= \infty\] then the function will simply vanish so hete s=0 or infinity are the zeroes for which the function will vanish hope this helps :) @Talha_Talha

  2. Orion1213
    • 5 months ago
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    in the analysis of Control System, the poles (usually determined at denominator of transfer function) will give you system's behavior or steady state response using the unit step function \(f(t) = u(t)\)...

  3. Orion1213
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    You can also determine system's Stability...

  4. MRIN12345moy
    • 5 months ago
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    i agree with orion1213 poles and zeroes are required to determine the system stabality

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