A plot such as the example sketch of Figure P2.12 shows the range of values of two parameters K_1 and K_2 for which a system is stable. It is called a stability boundary diagram. Draw such a diagram for a system with characteristic equation s^2 + (6 + 0.5K_1)s + 3(K_1 + K_2) = 0

44 1 - A plot such as the example sketch of Figure P2.12 shows the range of values of two parameters K_1 and K_2 for which a system is stable. It is called a stability boundary diagram. Draw such a diagram for a system with characteristic equation s^2 + (6 + 0.5K_1)s + 3(K_1 + K_2) = 0

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images - A plot such as the example sketch of Figure P2.12 shows the range of values of two parameters K_1 and K_2 for which a system is stable. It is called a stability boundary diagram. Draw such a diagram for a system with characteristic equation s^2 + (6 + 0.5K_1)s + 3(K_1 + K_2) = 0

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