## A Methodology for Systems Engineering, Volume 24 |

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14-14 ( e ) the mittances represent the equation : g = ein - exo

14-14 ( e ) the mittances represent the equation : g = ein - exo

**graph**is completed by adding the relationship MegkRx 1p + Rx Also , an additional node is added and labeled eout in accordance with rule 5. Using the theorem of Fig .Page 359

We can immediately write A = 1 + GH ; T241 = G. Therefore G T 1 + GH As another example , consider the flow

We can immediately write A = 1 + GH ; T241 = G. Therefore G T 1 + GH As another example , consider the flow

**graph**of Fig . 14-15 which has already been analyzed step - by - step . For this**graph**ΣP1m b te ΣΡ2m = be Therefore , A = 1 ...Page 366

RO SL ein Vi ial V2 V3 L3 Vout ( b ) SIGNAL - FLOW

RO SL ein Vi ial V2 V3 L3 Vout ( b ) SIGNAL - FLOW

**GRAPH**1 Sca s SL RO ein V2 V3 Vout ( C ) SIGNAL - FLOW**GRAPH**WITHOUT DIFFERENTIATION Fig . 14-22 . Rearrangement of**graph**to eliminate differentiation . The**graph**redrawn in Fig .### What people are saying - Write a review

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WHAT IS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING? | 3 |

THE TD2 RADIO RELAY SYSTEM | 23 |

7 | 64 |

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