The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320 - Section 1
Homework #9 - Due November 14, 2013
Problem 1: A simplied form of the stepped thrust bearing consists of a stationary plate
held parallel to a moving surface as shown. The
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320-001, Fall 2012
Homework #4 - October 3, 2013
Problem 1: Problems 2.143 and 2.144 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 2.154, 2.159 and 2.161 of the text.
Problem 3: problems 4.12 and 4.15
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1226
ME451 Laboratory
Modeling and Experimental Validation of a
First Order Plant Model: DC Servo Motor
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ME451 Laboratory Manual Pages, Last Revised: 1/14/2010
ME 451:
Chapter Feedback
Transfer Functions
The general form
An example
output = D
f
input
x =
4+D
F D 2 + 4D + 16
General Forms
1
x + x = f
1
xD + x = f
xD + 1 = f
x
1
=
f
1
D +
f
x + 2n x + 2 x =
n
M
f
2
2
xD + 2 nxD + n x =
M
f
2
2
xD + 2 nD + n =
M
1
Chapter Input Output Equations
bas ic de finition
dn
n
= D
n
dt
d
x = D x
dt
alge braic m anipulation
D x + D y = D x + y
Dx + Dy = Dy + Dx
D x + D y + D z = D x + D y + D z
sim plifica tion
D x
n m
= D
x
m
D
x D + a
= x
D + a
firs t-order a xiom
x t
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FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS
1. Control System Design
2. Open and Closed-Loop Control Systems
3. Why Closed-Loop Control?
4. Case Study - Speed Control of a DC Motor
5. Steady-State Errors in Unity Feed
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1226
ME451 Laboratory
Modeling and Experimental Validation of a
First Order Plant Model: DC Servo Motor
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ME451 Laboratory Manual Pages, Last Revised: 1/14/2010
ME 451:
ME 4710 Motion and Control
Armature Controlled DC Motor Transfer Functions
(Reference: Dorf and Bishop, Modern Control Systems, 10th Ed., Pearson/Prentice-Hall, Inc. 2005)
o In a armature-current controlled DC motor, the field
current i f is held constant
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MECH 371 Analysis and
Design of Control Systems
Laboratory Manual
W. Xie, H. Hong, T. Wen, G. Huard
8/22/2014
Table of Contents
Lab 1: Control System Introduction, Familiarization with
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320 - Section 1
Homework #8 - Due November 7, 2013
Problem 1: Problems 6.93 and 6.95 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 6.105 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 6.109 and 6.110 of the text.
Pr
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320-001, Fall 2013
Homework #6 - Due October 24, 2013
Problem 1: Problems 5.51 and 5.83 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 5.69 and 5.70 of the text.
Problem 3:
(a) Problem 5.46 of the text.
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320 - Section 1
Homework #7 - Due October 31, 2013
Problem 1: Problems 6.14 and 6.21 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 6.24 and 6.26 of the text.
Problem 3: Show that the ow rate between an
The University of Michigan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME 320-001, Fall 2012
Homework #5 - Due October 10, 2013
Problem 1: Problems 3.46, 3.75 and 3.88 of the text.
Problem 2: Problems 3.80, 3.105 and 3.120 of the text.
Problem 3: Problems 3.106
ME320-01 (Optional) Extra Credit Problem
Please hand in your solution separate from the rest of your HWs
by no later than Tuesday December 3, 2013
This problem is meant to be solved by you alone.
You may not discuss your solution with each other, the GSI,
DC Motor
DC Motor theory
The DC motor has two basic parts: the rotating part that is called the armature and the stationary part that
includes coils of wire called the field coils. The stationary part is also called the stator. The armature is made of
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