Akshada Kulkarni
National Institute of Information Technology (NIIT), Neemrana
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Armature Conductors Of DC Shunt Motor Using K
Number of conductors=(60*Number of parallel paths)/(Constant Of The DC Machine*Number of poles) GO
K Of Shunt DC Motor
Constant Of The DC Machine=(60*Number of parallel paths)/(Number of poles*Number of conductors) GO
Armature Parallel Path Of Shunt DC Motor Using K
Number of parallel paths=(Constant Of The DC Machine*Number of conductors*Number of poles)/60 GO
Number of Asymptotes
Number of asymptotes=Number of poles-Number of zeros GO

Angle of asymptotes Formula

Angle of Asymptotes=((2*Parameter for root locus+1)*pi)/(Number of poles-Number of zeros)
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What do you mean by angle of asymptotes?

Asymptotes makes some angle with the real axis and this angle can be called the angle of asymptotes. In the expression to calculate the angle of asymptotes, k=0,1,2,3.....(P-Z-1). Here, P=number of poles in root locus Z= number of zeros in root locus

How to Calculate Angle of asymptotes?

Angle of asymptotes calculator uses Angle of Asymptotes=((2*Parameter for root locus+1)*pi)/(Number of poles-Number of zeros) to calculate the Angle of Asymptotes, Angle of Asymptotes is the angle at which an asymptote is oriented at from the positive real axis. Angle of Asymptotes and is denoted by ϕk symbol.

How to calculate Angle of asymptotes using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle of asymptotes, enter Number of poles (P), Number of zeros (Z) and Parameter for root locus (k) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle of asymptotes calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.576106 = ((2*20+1)*pi)/(100-50).

FAQ

What is Angle of asymptotes?
Angle of Asymptotes is the angle at which an asymptote is oriented at from the positive real axis and is represented as ϕk=((2*k+1)*pi)/(P-Z) or Angle of Asymptotes=((2*Parameter for root locus+1)*pi)/(Number of poles-Number of zeros). Number of poles is the number of finite open loop poles for constructing the root locus, Number of zeros is the number of finite open loop zeros for construction of root locus and Parameter for root locus is used to calculate the angle of asymptotes for the construction of the root nodes.
How to calculate Angle of asymptotes?
Angle of Asymptotes is the angle at which an asymptote is oriented at from the positive real axis is calculated using Angle of Asymptotes=((2*Parameter for root locus+1)*pi)/(Number of poles-Number of zeros). To calculate Angle of asymptotes, you need Number of poles (P), Number of zeros (Z) and Parameter for root locus (k). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Number of poles, Number of zeros and Parameter for root locus and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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