Derive the ultimate primary controller gain, Chemical Engineering

Consider the cascade loop as shown below:

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i)   Specify the inner-loop gain such that the damping coefficient of the closed loop is equal to 0.4

ii)  Derive the ultimate primary controller gain.

iii)  Deduce the ultimate gain for the system configured as a conventional loop.

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