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Transfer Function

Physically, a control system is a collection of components and circuits connected together to perform a useful function. Each component in the system converts energy from one form to another; for example, we might think of a temperature sensor as converting degrees to volts or a motor as converting volts to revolutions per minute. To describe the performance of the entire control system, we must have some common language so that we can calculate the combined effects of the different components in the system. This need is behind the transfer function concept.
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