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Remember before u handle this work, this work is so important to me, so i will revise it many times before i turn it in and I will rate u depend on your work quality such as providing correct and full response and meet all requirements in the attached instructions. Please avoid the Lack of depth in your response and plagiarism bcz I’ll check it with the ((Turn it in website.))

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- Send it me as WORD document not a handwritten scanned document
- See the
__“main lab Dynamic response”__and the attached file named__“Final data Excel & and frequency screen shots shape”__which has internal 2 folders for both parts to make orginaised for u, and__“Lab setup pictures & “R&C” measurement”__to see our results. - See the lab procedures r done by the doctor for both parts inside outside lab with clarifying everything.
- Then write A Formal lab by meeting all the requirements in the attached file name
__“Formal_Lab_reports”__ - See the good example from the teacher for another attachment that called “Good lab example from the teacher”
**While that, you can use whether EXCEL or MATLAB to do the lab as u like**__Finally, you need to include all the 7 following in the final formal lab__- Objective
- Background
- Experiment
- References
- Results
- Conclusions
- Appendix

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Formal Lab 6

Dynamic System Response

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Dynamic Response Lab Report

Objective

The objectives of this lab experiment is to determine the time-constant of a first order system by

observing the transient response and to determine the bandwidth of a first order system by

observing the steady state response by using an RC circuit configured around an op-amp with LEDs

as outputs and square wave or sinusoidal signal of given amplitude and frequency as the input.

Background

When a system (including mechanical system, electrical system, thermal system, fluid system etc.)

can be subjected to a given input and the dynamic response of the system denotes the condition of

that given system in reaction to the input to it. Such a state of the system is time dependent and

therefore, it is usually referred to as a time response for the given system. This time response for a

given system consists of a combination of two states i.e. the steady state response which is the state

of the dynamic system that vary with the input to the system and the transient response which is

the dynamic response of the system that vary with on the given initial conditions for the system.

For any system, by observing the transient response then the time constant can be determined and

also by observing the steady state response then the bandwidth of the system can be determined.

Most systems when considered under system dynamic response can be modelled using differential

equations and therefore the solution of the differential equations gives the two component states of

the system response. Therefore, analysis of the differential equations representing the system gives

the transient response as the homogenous solution of the differential equation and steady state

response as the particular solution of the differential equation.

A system whose response is given by a differential equation has an order which is given by the

highest index in the derivative. When, the system is represented in form of a transfer function (i.e.

the ratio of the output to the input to the system) then the order is given...

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