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Torque-speed Linearization of a D.C. Servo System

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Date Issued:
1976
Abstract/Description:
Florida Technological University College of Engineering Thesis; In early 1973 Professor Fred O. Simons Jr., of Florida Technological University, suggested the topic for this research report. During control engineering discussions, it was proposed that a D.C. Shunt Motor could be constrained to perform in an idealized sense for the static case. The purposed of this report is to provide a reasonably comprehensive examination of a control which linearizes the torque-speed relationship of a dc servo system. The fundamental goal is to determine a control which linearizes the torque-speed output relation of a system, in which a dc shunt motor is under basic armature control. Consequently, the emphasis is on a concept and technique rather than the design of the system process. In this regard, the report does not delve into performance analysis, or design of the system to constrain the torque and speed parameters to operate along an idealized curve.
Title: Torque-speed Linearization of a D.C. Servo System.
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Name(s): Mantello, Nicholas A., Author
Simons Jr., Fred. O., Committee Chair
Engineering, Degree Grantor
Type of Resource: text
Date Issued: 1976
Publisher: Florida Technological University
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: Florida Technological University College of Engineering Thesis; In early 1973 Professor Fred O. Simons Jr., of Florida Technological University, suggested the topic for this research report. During control engineering discussions, it was proposed that a D.C. Shunt Motor could be constrained to perform in an idealized sense for the static case. The purposed of this report is to provide a reasonably comprehensive examination of a control which linearizes the torque-speed relationship of a dc servo system. The fundamental goal is to determine a control which linearizes the torque-speed output relation of a system, in which a dc shunt motor is under basic armature control. Consequently, the emphasis is on a concept and technique rather than the design of the system process. In this regard, the report does not delve into performance analysis, or design of the system to constrain the torque and speed parameters to operate along an idealized curve.
Identifier: CFR0011992 (IID), ucf:53092 (fedora)
Note(s): 1976-01-01
M.S.
Masters
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Electronically reproduced by the University of Central Florida from a book held in the John C. Hitt Library at the University of Central Florida, Orlando.
Subject(s): Servomechanisms
Systems engineering
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFR0011992
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Host Institution: UCF

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