International Series of Monographs in Electrical Engineering, Volume 2: Modern Practice in Servo Design focuses on servomechanics and feedback control systems. The selection first takes a look at basic servomechanism theory, including block diagrams, servo components and compensation, power amplification, absolute stability, transfer functions, and frequency response design methods. The book then discusses the design of a large servomechanism and development of the servo design, as well as digital servo techniques, effects of disturbances, performance specification, mechanical resonance, and completed control loop and its stability. The text describes the design of large antennas for radio telescope and satellite trackers. Topics include servo system performance, tracking accuracy requirements, closed loop performance, and dynamic performance. The book also takes a look at the application of analog computers to the design of a servomechanism and the use of hybrid computers in servo design. The selection is a valuable source of information for readers interested in servomechanics and feedback control systems.defined by the nominal voltage rating of the machine at nominal frequency, i.e. 50 Hz. Provided this constant of proportionality is maintained ... A three-phase variable frequency oscillator controls the frequency of the supply to the motor and therefore the motor speed. ... the resultant rough d.c. via an RLC circuit and, then the required three-phase output frequency is synthesized by a bridge inverter circuit.
|Title||:||Modern Practice in Servo Design|
|Author||:||D. R. Wilson|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|