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### Understanding the RMS noise for a given bandwidth

I would like to ask a technical question regarding the current source Keithley Series 2400 Model 2450. I am looking for a high stability current source capable of feeding some Hall probes with a ...
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### How do I determine the pitch/roll stability of a buoy?

I am designing a loosely-moored spar buoy (large height relative to width), and the equipment on top needs to remain as vertical as possible while floating in the sea, within limitations of buoy cost, ...
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### Longtitudinal Centre of Gravity for Ship Cargo

I did a Civil Engineering course some years ago and this question from my textbook, I have found what seems impossible to get the correct answer of 46.2 m for. By putting this question up I am hoping ...
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### Does the characteristic polynomial contains all the poles of a closed-loop transfer function?

The Transfer Function of a Closed-Loop system is: $T(s)=\frac{Z(s)}{1+G(s)Z(s)}$. The BIBO stability of $T(s)$ is guaranteed if all the poles of $T(s)$ have negative real value. In many textbooks I'...
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### Does open loop stability guarantee an MPC stability?

In the following publication ...
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### Solar panel actuator control

I'm looking to design a system that can control a solar panel through an electrical actuator for a range of motion of -45 to +45 degrees for maximum solar exposure. The panel will be mounted on a 10 ...
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### Maximum slope of the road for a car pulling a trailer

I have a five meter long, 2.40 meter wide, 200 kg portable catamaran I've built at home. To transport, I bought a semi-finished trailer, just the running chassis; and built the upper structure, namely ...
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### Exponential stability under a global coordinate transformation

Consider a system of the form $$\Sigma\colon\ \dot{x}=f(x),$$ where $x\in \mathbb{R}^n$ and $f\colon \mathbb{R}^n\to \mathbb{R}^n$ is a sufficiently smooth function ...
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### What will be the effect of torque and wheel diameter on the stability of a robot?

I'm building a self balancing robot and would like to know how the wheel diameter and the torque provided by DC motors, would affect the overall stability and response of the robot. The balancing bot ...
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### Condition on using LaSalle's invariance principle

I'm asking some help on using Lyapunov functions and LaSalle's invariance principle. I know that, in order to apply LaSalle's invariance principle, I need that my Lyapunov function $V$ is such that \$\...