Electromagnetic induction is a mechanism that Faraday discovered whereby energy is able to store all external work done as energy within free space or any material due to work done by any externally applied and/or changing electrical or magnetic field. The laws of Maxwell and empirical evidence suggest that all materials have an absolute and relative ...
induction: When magnetic field changes, no matter what's the reason of the change, a simultaneous electric field exists. Induction happens in magnetic field, it's one of the basic relations between magnetic and electric field.
Some common reasons for a change in a magnetic field:
someone moves a magnet or a wire or coil which has current
the observer of a ...
Magnetic induction doesn’t need any thickness of coil (presumably you mean wire or conductor thickness) to work. Radio waves rely on electric fields and magnetic fields interacting via induction and there’s no wires involved hence why it’s called “wireless”.
In fact, a conducting wire can be a bit of a hindrance due to induced eddy currents taking away a ...
"Processor in the loop" means the control system is running through a processor which simulates the plant.
"Hardware in the loop" means the control system is actually controlling real plant hardware.
To quote wikipedia;
The telegrapher's equations (or just telegraph equations) are a pair of coupled, linear partial differential equations that describe the voltage and current on an electrical transmission line with distance and time. The equations come from Oliver Heaviside who developed the transmission line model in the 1880s. The model ...
As a controls engineer in the automated assembly business, I recommend IO-Link. It's had an explosion of popularity in recent years and is still growing.
The data size is 3 bytes.
IO-Link supports up to 32 bytes (bi-directional)
Because the environment in which the sensor is located is harsh ( high temperature and high humidity ) the sensor has a ...
This really depends on the application.
Servomotors are generally longer than wider and this is in order to keep moment of inertia as low as possible, which increases linearly with the length of motor and with a square of radius. This is where you need dynamics.
For other applications, where top-notch dynamics isn't required it is preferred to increase ...