1 edition of Backlash in second order feedback control systems found in the catalog.
Backlash in second order feedback control systems
George J. Thaler
by U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
Written in English
|Statement||[by] George J. Thaler [and others]|
|Series||United States. Naval Postgraduate School. Technical report no. 19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
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Recursive identification of nonlinear cascade systems with a time-varying general input backlash and a linear dynamic system is presented. A new analytic form of general backlash characteristic. The authors accomplish this by teaching the use of MATLAB and its CONTROL SYSTEM TOOLBOX to rapidly solve a wide range of numerical problems. This book also provides the user with opportunities to apply techniques of linear system analysis, which forms the basis for the analysis and design of feedback control s: 2.
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Open : The second-order system is unique in this context, because its characteristic equation may have complex conjugate roots. The second-order system is the lowest-order system capable of an oscillatory response to a step input.
Typical examples are the spring-mass-damper system and the electronic RLC circuit. Linear control systems, Definitions & elements of control system, Open loop and closed loop control system, Feedback & feedforward control system, Linear & nonlinear control er function by block diagram reduction technique & by signal flow graph analysis using Mason's gain domain analysis control system, Steady state performance /5(4).
In Freeman (), Freeman analyzes, using the generalized describing function method (Slotine & Li, ), a two-mass system with linear friction, modeled as a second-order system, with a stiff axis and backlash (modeled as a dead zone) and feedback from the load position and/or motor position or velocity.
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However, I found this book extremely useful for beginning Discrete Systems. It gives excellent and thorough comparisons of continuous (CLTI) and. Certainly in an automobile today there are many more automatic control systems such as the antilock brake system (ABS), emission control, and tracking control.
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Routh's Stabilty Criterion - Part 1; Routh's Stabilty Criterion- Part 2; Special Cases of Routh's Stability. INTRODUCTION TO FEEDBACK CONTRO L SYSTEMS 2 1 INTRODUCTION TO FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS 5 Objectives of feedback control 6 Need for feedback 7 Control system technology: actuators, sensors, controllers 8 Some applications 8 Water level regulator for a toilet tank 8 Single-link robot 9 Air pressure control in a.
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The sinusoidal analysis of feedback control systems with one degree of freedom, involving backlash, is developed in the time instead of in the frequency domain, by application of the Kryloff-Bogoliuboff method Some interesting relations among the parameters of the output response are found, and the conditions for the limit of stability are derived.
Feedback Control Systems, 5e offers a thorough analysis of the principles of classical and modern feedback control in language that can be understood by students and practicing engineers with no prior background in the subject matter. Organized into three sections — analog control systems, digital control systems, and nonlinear analog control.
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