FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF FIRST-ORDER SYSTEM
The first-order transfer function, written in terms of the time constant T is
К = lim G(s) = T
Figure 7.13 Frequency-response curves—second-order system.
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Figure 7.14 Frequency-response functions, elevator angle input. Jet transport cruising at high altitudes, (a) Speed amplitude, (h) Speed phase.
The frequency response is determined by the vector G(ico)
G(ico) = KMe’v = ———
1 + itoT
1 — icoT
From (7.5,9), M and <p are found to be
(1 + co2T2)m
ip = — tan-1 шТ
A vector plot of Mei<p is shown in Fig. 7.9. This kind of diagram is sometimes called the transfer-function locus. Plots of M and <p are given in Figs. 7.10a and b. The abscissa is fT or log wT where / = ш/ітг, the input frequency. This is the only parame-
Figure 7.16 Frequency-response functions, elevator angle input. Jet transport cruising at high altitude, (a) Pitch-rate amplitude. (b) Pitch-rate phase.
ter of the equations, and so the curves are applicable to all first-order systems. It should be noted that at w = 0, M = 1 and <p = 0. This is always true because of the definitions of К and G(s)—it can be seen from (7.4,5) that G(0) = K.