# Questions tagged [control-system]

A system that may be electronic circuits or even software that uses control theory (principally differential equations) to control an output by monitoring various aspects of the system under control and varying inputs all towards meeting a defined goal. Some famous examples are controlling a rockets thrust angle to ensure directional control.

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### How can I use MC1489?

I would like to use the interface on link below. I tried to do exactly same except output because to test first, I gave output to LED from microcontroller. My question is with MC1489. When i connected ...
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### System architecture for varying number of peripherals [closed]

I have a hardware system, which I need to control/monitor through the PC. There are multiple peripherals which are known, but some might be added in future, and some might be modified later. To be ...
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### How to learn PID Control?

I want to learn PID (Proportional–Integral–Derivative) control mainly for temperature. I would like to learn preferably through an easy project to do. Could you please recommend something which ...
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### Control System: DC Gain

Mostly, whenever it is asked to find the DC gain of A system; in the solutions provided, they find the steady state error coefficient (corresponding to the Type of the system). But I figured out that ...
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### Help needed using convolution to calculate a system's impulse response

I have a circuit with the transfer function $G(s) = \frac{1}{(s+1)^2}$ and I'm asked to calculate the impulse response of the circuit. After looking into it I know that I need to use convolution ...
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### What is the mathematical difference between a transfer function and a state transition matrix?

I do know what the difference in meaning is between a transfer function (output over the input) and a state transition matrix $\Phi$ (describes the unforced response of the system). Yet when looking ...
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### Gain of an experimental first order step response

I have a pwm driven DC motor control system with magnetic encoder that measures the output shaft speed and outputs the RPM values every 50ms over serial comms to plot a graph of RPM vs Time. The ...
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### Control Loop Stability - Crossover frequency

I am testing the control loop stability of a DC-DC Converter. One of the Pass-criteria of the DC-DC Converter states, "Cross over frequency should not be higher than 1/8th of switching frequency" ...
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### Relationship between switching frequency and controller's crossover frequency in buck SMPS

Context: tuning the control loop of a buck SMPS. I specicifally have a TI TPS40200-based circuit in mind, but I think this applies to SMPS design in general. Quoting from Type 2 compensation network: ...
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### How to estimate settling time of an overdamped system?

I've been trying to figure out how to estimate the settling time of a second order system in response to a step input of magnitude 5. The systems transfer function is $$G(s) = \frac{1}{(s+2)(s+4)}$$ ...
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### How to plot root loci in z plane

How to plot root loci of loop gain G(z)= k/(z-0.5)(z-0.5)(z-0.5) in z plane?
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### Advice needed for a final year project on wheelchair automation and control

My project partners and I have been trying to design a wheelchair for people with neuro-degenerative diseases. I know this has been done in the past, however we are using a different approach. We are ...
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### Regarding PLC and several input/ output modules

I have to use more than 40 servo motors and 20+ load cells using PLC. But the problem is that I have to use many I/o modules ( that is costly and hectic). Can I reduce the no of I/o modules by any ...
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### how to find frequency of oscillations if a order three system given

Frequency of oscillation in rad/sec of a unity feedback system having open loop transfer function G(s)=K/s^3+3s^2+4s+3 is
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### Stability of Differentiator Circuit

let's consider a generic differentiator circuit, i.e. a circuit whose transfer function is $\text{constant}\cdot j\omega$. For instance, you may consider this circuit with Op-Amp: I was reading ...
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### Linearizing hall effect sensors outputs

I'm trying to find a robust solution to linearize four hall effect sensors outout to obtain a signal that I can use in a PID control scheme. The output data is collect via 4 ADC channels on an ...
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### doubt on application of stability criteria

I have only seen systems with this transfer function treated in stability criteria with this general form:$$\frac{KG(s)}{1\pm KG(s)}$$ so the $$\lvert H(s)\rvert =1$$ is it possible to apply criteria ...
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