Results:
1) P controller:
The P controller is mainly used to decrease the steady state error of the system by
applying a large gain factor Kc. At first, the integration time Ti and the derivative time Td
were set to zero. The initial guess for Kc was 1 an
MEC 411: Control System Analysis and Design
Lab #1
Digital PID Speed Control of a Turntable
Group 3-10
John Romano
Saida Mohibi
Matthew Waldeck
Instructor: Professor N. Machtay
Due Date: September 28, 2015
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Table of Contents
I. Abstract.3
II. Introductio
Turntable Speed Control System Design
Group #10:
John Romano
Saida Mohibi
Matthew Waldeck
Instructor:
Professor N. Macktay PhD
MEC 411: Control System Analysis and Design
November 30, 2015
1
Table of Contents
I. Abstract.3
II. Introduction.3
III. Experime
MEC 411 Lab #3
RFP-41132015: Turntable Speed Control System Design
(Fall 2015)
1. Objective
Your engineering firm (i.e. lab group) has been approved to submit a competitive bid for a new
contract for a turntable speed control system that satisfies given p
Lab Report Grading Rubric
The Written Report
Organization
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Excellent
Appropriate sections are arranged in a
logical order to help readers locate
information. Paragraphs are coherent,
well ordered, and achieve smooth
transitions. Techniques li
Home Work #2 Solutions
Chapter 2
Franklin, "Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems," 6 th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall 2010.
Franklin, "Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems," 6 th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall 2010.
Franklin, "Feedback Control of Dynamic S
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MEC 411
Lab Group Sign-up
Each group must have exactly three (3) members.
Each member of the lab group must list their name, student ID number, email address, phone
number, and must sign the
MEC 411 Lab #2
PID Speed Control of a Turntable
(Fall 2015)
1. Objective
The objective of this project is to design and then implement a PID turntable speed control
system that satisfies certain performance specifications. The PID controller will be imple
MEC 411 HW#5 Solutions
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
4.7, 4.9, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6a, 5.7a
(show all 7 steps discussed in class for all problems, as needed)
Chapter 4 Solutions:
Franklin, "Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems," 6 th Edition, Pe
MEC 411 HW#5
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
4.7, 4.9, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6a, 5.7a
(show all 7 steps discussed in class for all problems, as needed)
MEC 411 HW#5 Solutions
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
4.7, 4.9, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6a, 5.7a
(show all 7 steps discussed in class for all problems, as needed)
Chapter 4 Solutions:
Franklin, "Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems," 6th Edition, Pea
MEC 411 HW#6
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
6.3(all), 6.6a, 6.6b, 6.7d
Chapter 6 Solutions:
Franklin,"FeedbackControlofDynamicSystems,"6thEdition,PearsonPrenticeHall2010.
Franklin,"FeedbackControlofDynamicSystems,"6thEdition,PearsonPrent
MEC 411 HW#7
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
6.36, 6.37, 6.44, 6.45
Chapter 6 Solutions:
Franklin,"FeedbackControlofDynamicSystems,"6thEdition,PearsonPrenticeHall2010.
Franklin,"FeedbackControlofDynamicSystems,"6thEdition,PearsonPrenticeH
Group #_
MEC 411 Lab #3
RFP-41132015: Turntable Speed Control System Design
Demonstration Evaluation
(Fall 2015)
1) Percentage overshoot is to be less than 10% for a unit step input.
Met
Marginally Met
Not Met
2) Settling time to within 2% of the final va
General Laboratory Rules and Safety Rules
Every effort must be made by all to operate the equipment in such a manner as to
ensure safe and efficient utilization. The following rules apply for the benefit of
all concerned.
(1) Students may not begin schedu
MEC 411 Lab #1
Digital PID Speed Control of a Turntable
(Fall 2015)
1. Objective
The objective of this project is to implement a PID turntable speed control system that satisfies
certain performance specifications. The PID controller will be implemented u