Control System | True-False Questions

Q. Mason’s gain formula is used to determine the overall gain of the system.

Answer
True

Q. For a system having damping factor zero, the magnitude of the output will be infinite.

Answer
True

Q. A high damping ratio will give a high overshoot.

Answer
False

Q. Two systems having same damping ratio but different ωn will have same overshoot.

Answer
True

Q. Type of the system and order of the system are one and the same thing.

Answer
False

Q. The resonance peak of the system will occur when the system gain is at the critical damping.

Answer
False

Q. Velocity feedback increases the damping ratio without affecting undamped natural frequency of the system.

Answer
False

Q. For a second order system there is a correlation between frequency and transient response.

Answer
True

Q. From the state variable representation of plant, transfer function cannot be determined.

Answer
False

Q. Damping due to back emf is observed in armature controlled dc motor.

Answer
True

Q. Transfer function of a control system depends on initial conditions of input and output.

Answer
False

Q. Transfer function of control system depends on the system parameters alone.

Answer
True

Q. The capacitance is not used to fabricate a lag network.

Answer
False

Q. The range of frequencies ω2 = 10ω1 is called the decade.

Answer
True

Q. The range of frequencies ω2 = 2ω1 is called the octave.

Answer
True
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