Problem 1: Using The Block Diagram Reduction Technique To Simplify The Block Diagram Shown Below And Obtain The Closed-loop Transfer Function C(s)/R(s).Problem 2: Using The Block Diagram Reduction Technique To Find The Closed-loop Transfer Function Of The System Shown Below, Y(s)/R(s).

Problem 1: Using The Block Diagram Reduction Technique To Simplify The 
Block Diagram Shown Below And Obtain The Closed-loop Transfer Function 
C(s)/R(s).Problem 2: Using The Block Diagram Reduction Technique To Find 
The Closed-loop Transfer Function Of The System Shown Below, Y(s)/R(s).

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Problem 1: Using the block diagram reduction technique to simplify the block diagram shown below and obtain the closed-loop transfer function
R(S)
Problem 2: Using the block diagram reduction technique to find the closed-loop transfer function of the system shown below,
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Problem-1
Signal
flow
graph.
RIS
Cs
P, a Gq G2 G3. P2= G, G3 Hi LE – G2 Hz (2c = G2 G3H3 lize – GiGzG
= – G, G Hi
G, GzG3 + G, G H I 1- [-Gatz – GzG3 Hz –G, GG – GIGSH;]
CO2
G, G3 ( G2 + H) 1+ G2th + G2 G2 Hz +G;G;G +G, GH, Aus
R(S)
Prolem-2
yos
P, = G, GGz . , P2 – G, G4 . (4 -G, G2 High- – GzG3 Hz Lz = – GA Hz, Lac – G, G2 G3 Lga – G, G4.
C (sa
G, G2 G3 + G, Go
YES) RES) =
1-[-G, G2H – G2 G3th -G4 H2 – G, G2 G3
– GiGa 2
Gel ( G2 G3 +Gq)
Y(s) R(S) =
1+ G, G2 Hi + ER E3th + G4 Hz + G G2 G3 +G G4.

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