My textbook explains how we recognize an underdamped , overdamped or a critically damped system and all their characteristics.
It is known and written that these are two critically damped systems. It is then just stated that the overshoot happens because of the s=-0,5 zero of the second system. Should that be a good enough explanation for me ? Because I don't get why it happens.
Also , if I'm asked to adjust the systems so that I have a certain overshoot percentage how would I achieve that ? I'm only aware of a formula for underdamped systems which doesn't stand here.