Enter the damped frequency of a second-order damping system into the calculator to determine the rise time.
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Rise Time Formula
The following formula is used to calculate the rise time of a second-order system.
t = 2.09439 / wd
- Where t is the rise time
- wd is the damped frequency (rad/s)
Rise Time Definition
A rise time is defined as the time it takes for a damped signal to change from a low to high value.
Rise Time Example
How to calculate rise time?
- First, determine the damped frequency.
Calculate the damped frequency.
- Finally, calculate the rise time.
Calculate the rise time using the formula above.
The rise time is considered the total amount of time it takes for a signal to change from a low value to a high value. These are most often involved in electronics when describing voltage or current step functions.
A damped frequency is the frequency of an underdamped harmonic oscillator.