MODELLING AND STATEFEEDBACK CONTROLLER DESIGN FOR PRINTER BELT DRIVE
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14-10-2010, 02:46 PM
MUHAMMAD NASIRUDDIN MAHYUDDIN
The first step is to determine tha control. The purpose of the control law is to allow us to assign a set of pole locations for the closed-loop system that will correspond to satisfactory dynamic response in terms of rise time and other measure of transient response.
Then, secondly, we show how to introduce the reference input with full-state feedback. We describe the process of finding the poles for good design. In the second step, If the full state feedback is not available, an estimator or observer will be designed to compute an estimate of the entire state vector when provided with the measurements of the system. The estimator design will be investigated.
In the third step, the control law and the estimator will be combined. At this stage, the control law calculation are based on the estimated rather than the actual state.
In the fourth step, the reference input is introduced in such a way that the plant output will track external commands with acceptable rise-time, overshoot, and settling-time values. At this point, all the closed loop poles have been selected, and the designer is concerned with the zeros of the overall transfer function.
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