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Suk_Hyun_Kim_Lab4 - Suk Hyun Kim EECS 202 11/17/10 Lab 4:...

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Suk Hyun Kim EECS 202 11/17/10 Lab 4: Introduction to Control Systems 1. Explain why the feedback from the optical encoders is useful for the stabilization of the inverted pendulum. The feedback from the optical encoders is useful for the stabilization of the inverted pendulum because any error occurred in the position would be detected and sent to the controller through the feedback mechanism. When the inverted pendulum sends the signal to the controller, it converts and adjusts the input to make the pendulum stay in stable upright position. Open Loop 2. Once you have achieved a final disk position of about 10 degrees, make note of the following values: Final value: 9.697 % overshoot: 3.712 % Setting Time: 3.958 sec Rise Time: 0.273 s 3. Print out and hand in this plot of the open-loop step response. Run the model once more. Once the disk position has reached its final value (but before the run is finished), nudge the disk with your pencil and observe how "loosely" the disk responds to this
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2010 for the course ECON 231 taught by Professor Horn during the Spring '10 term at Central Bible.

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