Preliminary Considerations of Classical Design MCQ’s

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This set of Control Systems Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Preliminary Considerations of Classical Design”.

1. Steady state error is usually specified in terms of :
a) Error constants
b) Damping factor
c) Speed of response
d) Bandwidth

2. Transient response measure is usually specified in terms of :
a) Error constants
b) Damping factor
c) Speed of response
d) Both b and c

3. The most important consideration for designing of control system are:
a) Transient response measures
b) Steady state error
c) Temporary response
d) Final response

4. In time domain the measure of relative stability is:
a) Damping factor
b) Maximum peak overshoot
c) Damping factor and Maximum peak overshoot
d) Speed of response

5. In time domain the speed of response is measured in terms of :
a) Rise time
b) Settling time
c) Natural frequency
d) All of the mentioned

6. The compensator for the system can be:
a) Electrical
b) Mechanical
c) Hydraulic
d) All of the mentioned

7. In frequency domain the measure of relative stability is:
a) Resonant peak
b) Phase margin
c) Resonant peak and phase margin
d) Maximum peak overshoot

8. In frequency domain the speed of response is measured in terms of:
a) Resonant frequency
b) Bandwidth
c) Resonant peak and bandwidth
d) Maximum peak overshoot

9. The compensator transfer function can be placed in:
a) Cascade or series compensation
b) Feedback or parallel compensation
c) Positive
d) Negative

10. Lead compensator speeds up the transient response and increases the margin of stability of a system.
a) True
b) False

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