Construction of an Instrumentation Kit for Identification and Control of DC Motors
( Vol-4,Issue-12,December 2017 )

Lucas Niro, Wagner de S. Chaves, Eduardo H. Kaneko, Matheus F. Mollon, Marcio A. F. Montezuma


Control Systems, Parameters Identification.


This paper presents the development of an instrumentation kit of voltage and current measurement for identification of the dynamic model and control of direct current (DC) motors. In the methodology for the parameters identification is used the responses of input voltage and current, and angular velocity of the DC motor. The validation of the obtained dynamic model is done through the comparison of the simulated and experimental responses, and the application of a control system based on state feedback and complete eigenstructure assignment (tracking system). The responses are compared through the normalized root-mean-square error criterion.

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