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The Relationship between Pole Locations and Time-Domain Performance for a Second Order System

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An interactive worksheet that goes through the effect of pole locations on a second order system. The worksheet visually shows how changing the poles in the S-plane effects the step response in the time domain.

This application is part of the Classroom Content: Control Theory collection.

Application Details

Publish Date: May 21, 2010
Created In: Maple 14
Language: English

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