MECHATRONICS MOTION CONTROL DESIGN OF ELECTRIC MACHINES FOR DESIRED DEADBEAT RESPONSE SPECIFICATIONS, SUPPORTED AND VERIFIED BY NEW MATLAB BUILT-IN FUNCTION AND SIMULINK MODEL

  • Farhan A. Salem Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Mechatronics program, Taif University, Taif, Saudi Arabia Alpha center for Engineering Studies and Technology Researches, Amman, Jordan

Abstract

To help in facing the two top challenges in developing Mechatronics motion systems, particularly, early identifying system level problems and ensuring that all design requirements are met, this paper presents Mechatronics design of electric machine and corresponding motion control in terms of desired output position or velocity for desired deadbeat response specifications, the design is facilitated using either or both proposed new MATLAB built-in function named deadbeat( ), and new Simulink model, both oriented on Mechatronics design of both electric machine and motion control systems, based on system parameters, shape and dimensions to meet desired deadbeat response with desired settling time. The introduced new MATLAB built-in function determines the coefficients that yield the optimal deadbeat response for desired output speed or angle control of a given electric machine, also calculates transfer functions (open and closed), of used motor, controller, prefilter and overall system, also, plots overall system deadbeat response and all corresponding response curves, finally, calculates main overall system deadbeat response specification, particularly Mp, Ess, Ts. The proposed design, model and function, can be used for various Mechatronics motion control design applications, where the proper selection of actuating machine and design of precise motion control system are of concern.

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Published
2013-12-31
How to Cite
Salem, F. A. (2013). MECHATRONICS MOTION CONTROL DESIGN OF ELECTRIC MACHINES FOR DESIRED DEADBEAT RESPONSE SPECIFICATIONS, SUPPORTED AND VERIFIED BY NEW MATLAB BUILT-IN FUNCTION AND SIMULINK MODEL. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 9(36). https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2013.v9n36p%p