Sketch their bode plots and compare with the matlab figures, Chemical Engineering

1. Consider the previous heat exchanger.  Tune a proportional controller for a)  GM = 2; PM = 45 degrees and c)  MPH (maximum peak height) occurs at 2 dB (provides a z of ~ 0.4).

2. Consider the following transfer functions.  Neatly sketch their Bode plots and compare with the Matlab figures.

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