Constructing Phase-Trajectories MCQ’s

Control Systems Electronics & Communication Engineering

This set of Control Systems Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Constructing Phase-Trajectories”.

1. The viscous friction co-efficient, in force-voltage analogy, is analogous to:
a) Charge
b) Resistance
c) Reciprocal of inductance
d) Reciprocal of conductance

2. In force-voltage analogy, velocity is analogous to:
a) Current
b) Charge
c) Inductance
d) Capacitance

3. In liquid level and electrical system analogy, voltage is considered analogous to :
a) Head
b) Liquid flow
c) Liquid flow rate
d) Air flow rate

4. In thermal-electrical analogy charge is considered analogous to:
a) Heat flow
b) Reciprocal of heat flow
c) Reciprocal of temperature
d) Temperature

5. The transient response of a system is mainly due to:
a) Inertia forces
b) Internal forces
c) Stored energy
d) Friction

6. A signal other than the reference input that tends to affect the value of controlled variable is known as
a) Disturbance
b) Command
c) Control element
d) Reference input

7. Mass, in force-voltage analogy, is analogous to:
a) Charge
b) Current
c) Inductance
d) Resistance

8. ___________ signal will become zero when the feedback signal and reference signs are equal.
a) Input
b) Actuating
c) Feedback
d) Reference

9. The transfer function is applicable to which of the following?
a) Linear and time-in variant systems
b) Linear and time-variant systems
c) Linear systems
d) Non-linear systems

10. From which of the following transfer function can be obtained?
a) Signal flow graph
b) Analogous table
c) Output-input ratio
d) Standard block system

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