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Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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Both system equations and plots are provided in the attached files

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

(OP)
well, log is just used as a scale here, the main question is why the slopes are -1 and -2?

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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well, log is just used as a scale here,

NO!!!! Taking the log creates a linear equation. What is the slope of that equation?

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RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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the slope is -1 and -2 for first and second-order systems respectively?

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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this is what I can explain regarding first-order dynamics and the difference between this and second order is just the damping ratio is involved in the second-order characteristic equation and the highest degree is 2 and the plot you get for frequency response of the log-log plot of x vs w is already given in above pictures.

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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I think as the ratio is constant for the change in vertical vs change in horizontal for 1 st order dynamics thus, we get a 1 slope, and the reason it's negative is the inverse relation between w and x.

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

You are not showing the final part.

What is the equation for a line?

How does that look like the logarithm of the equation of the transfer function? What assumptions do you need to make?

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RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

(OP)
I don't think I have an equation that you ask for, but the above image might help.

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

(OP)
that is the general equation, we can have any value of taw in there. As in this image, the taw is RC, but the main idea is no matter what is the taw, the plots will remain the same at a steady state. with the slope of -1 for 1st order systems.

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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Well, if we put infinity instead of taw, the characteristic eq goes to infinity and the TF goes to 0.

RE: Log-Log plots (x_0 vs w) why slopes are -1 and -2 when system goes infinity in first and second syms

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I cant see what A-line(Asymptotes) has to do with slope?

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