A. amplifier
B. final control element
C. sensor
D. comparator
A. Eyes
B. Clutch
C. Steering wheel
D. Needle of the speedometer
A. Semiclosed loop system
B. Closed loop system
C. None of the above
D. Open system
A. More than unity
B. Less than unity
C. Unity
D. Zero
A. Transient state response
B. Relative stability
C. Steady state as well as transient state response
D. Steady state response
A. large current flows in larger resistor
B. current is same in both
C. smaller resistance has smaller conductance.
D. potential difference across each is same
A. increased velocity lag error
B. reduced velocity lag error
C. reduced time constant of the system
D. increased speed of response
A. Output is dependent on control input
B. Output is independent of control input
C. None of the above
D. Only system parameters have effect on the control output
A. increase
B. decrease
C. any of the above
D. be unaffected
A. Loop gain
B. Frequency
C. All of the above
D. Forward gain
A. Linear
B. Parabolic
C. Step
D. Ramp
A. Non linear
B. Linear
C. Digital
D. Discontinuous
A. reference and input
B. reference and output
C. output and feedback signal
D. input and feedback signal
A. Transient
B. Steady
C. None of the above
D. Both steady and transient
A. Laplace transform of the step response
B. The laplace transform of the impulse response
C. Laplace transform of the sinusoidal input
D. Laplace transform of the ramp response
A. The type of the system
B. The output for a given input
C. The steady state gain
D. The input for a given output
A. System parameters alone
B. Initial conditions of input and output
C. Nature of the output
D. Nature of the input
A. Ward leonard control
B. Field controlled motor
C. Stroboscope
D. Metadyne
A. The gain of the system should be increased
B. The gain of the system should be decreased
C. The number of zeros to the loop transfer function should be increased
D. The number of poles to the loop transfer function should be increased