Energetic Processes in Follow-Up Electrical Control Systems - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080100234, 9781483148243

Energetic Processes in Follow-Up Electrical Control Systems

1st Edition

International Series of Monographs on Electronics and Instrumentation

Authors: A. A. Bulgakov
Editors: D. W. Fry W. Higinbotham
eBook ISBN: 9781483148243
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 140
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Energetic Processes in Follow-Up Electrical Control Systems deals systematically with the fundamental energetic problems of the harmonic regime in follow-up electrical control systems. This book discusses the energetics of control systems under no-load conditions; loading by a static torque proportional to velocity; and loading by the static torque of dry friction. The effect of loading on the dynamic characteristics of follow-up control systems and choice of rational design parameters are also covered in this text, including specific points in the theory and energetics of the harmonic regime in follow-up electrical control systems. This publication is a useful reference to students and individuals who intend to gain extensive knowledge on the follow-up electrical control systems.

Table of Contents

Introduction Table of Symbols Initial Assumptions I. The Energetics of Control Systems Under No-Load Conditions Vector Diagrams Accuracy of Reproduction of Harmonic Oscillations. The Optimum Gear Ratio of the Gearbox The Energetics of Electrical Control Systems Amplifier Non-linearity. The Limiting Amplitude Frequency Characteristic and Power of the Motor II. Loading by a Static Torque Proportional to Velocity The Equation of Motion of a Control System Circle Diagrams Load Diagrams Motor Power and Control System Parameters III. Loading by the Static Torque of Dry Friction The Various Regimes of Motion The Case of Small Loads and Small Signals The Case of Large Loads The Load Diagram and Motor Power References Index Other Titles Published in the Series on Electronics and Instrumentation


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A. A. Bulgakov

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D. W. Fry

W. Higinbotham

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