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2. (20 points) A field controlled DC motor model is given below where eaſt) is an...
The simplified diagram of a DC motor is shown in Fig. 4. Assume that the rotor has inertia m J and viscous friction coefficient Bm. The torque developed by the motor is assumed to be related linearly to the field current by , m m f T K i where the motor torque constant m f a K K K I 1 when the armature current a i is assumed constant (i.e. ) a a i I...
(30 pts) A D.C. motor is shown below, where the inductance L and the resistance R model the armature circuit. The voltage Vb represents the back-emf which is proportional to dθ/dt via K. The torque T generated by the motor is proportional to the i via a constant K. The inertia J represents the combined inertia of the motor and load. The viscous friction acting on the output shaft is B 1. pur voltaop a. A. (10 pts) Find the...
otor shown below is controlled by the armature voltage va and load torque ease i ngular velocity w, and ts is the back-emf generated by op a model (first order differential equation) of armature current i in terms velop a model (irst order differential equation) of motor output speed w in terms ta and w as state variables, and va and Ti as inputs, write the state equations the motor. complete the following of motor output speed w and input...
Problem-5 (20 pts): Consider the DC servo motor shown in Figure-5. Assume that the input of the system is the applied armature voltage ea and the output is the load shaft position θ2. Assume also the following numerical values for the components: Ra-) Armature winding resistance = 0.2Ω La → Armature winding inductance = 0.1 mH Kb-) Back emf constant 0.05 Vs/rad K > Motor torque constant 0.06 Nm/A Jr Moment of inertia of the rotor of the motor =...
01- (08 Pts) Figure below is a diagram of a DC motor connected in parallel to a current source is the torque and back-EMF constants of the motor are K. K respectively, the motor resistance is R, also modeled as connected in parallel, the motor inertia is I. (not shown), and the motor inductance is negligible. The motor load is an inertia compliance (stiffness) K and viscous friction coefficient b, and it is attached to the motor via a gear...
Q 1- 08 Pts) Figure below is a diagram of a DC motor connected in parnllel to a current source i,. The torque and back-EMF constants of the motor are Ko K respectively, the motor resistance is R, also modeled as connected in parallel, the motor inertia is 1- (not shown), and the motor inductance is negligible. The motor load is an inertia J with compliance (stiffness) K and viscous friction coefficient b, and it is attached a gear pair...
Obtain the Simulink diagram of position control system shown in figure 1 and run the simulation. Assume the following numerical values for system constants:r = angular displacement of reference input shaft, radiansc = angular displacement of the output shaft, radiansθ = angular displacement of the motor shaft, radiansk1 = gain of the potentiometer error detector = 24/π volt/radkp = amplifier gain = 10 volt/voltea = applied armature voltage, volteb = back emf, voltRa = armature resistance, ohmsLa = armature winding...
D.C. motor is shown below, where the inductance L and the resistance R model the armature circuit. The voltage Vbrepresents the back-emf which is proportional to dθ/dt via Kf. The torque T generated by the motor is proportional to the i via a constant Kt. In this application, let the constants Kt = Kf. The inertia Jrepresents the combined inertia of the motor and load. The viscous friction acting on the output shaft is b. Attached to the shaft is...
Electro-Mechanical Systems The electro-mechanical system shown below consists of an electric motor with input voltage V, which drive inertia I in the mechanical system (see torque T). Find the governing differential equations of motion for this electro-mechanical system in terms of the input voltage to the motor and output displacement y. Electrical System L > Vbac Voac Motor I - Motor Input Voltage Vpac - Motor Back EMF = Kas 0 0 - Motor Angular Velocity I - Motor Output...
Consider the system given below. The output is y(displacement from equilibrium position) and the input is V. (source voltage). The motor has an electrical constant Ke, a torque constant K, an armature inductance Lg and a resistance R. The rotor, shaft and disk together have inertia J and a viscous friction coefficient B. The disk has a radius ofr. (For the motor, assume that the torque is T = Ki,, and the back EMF is emf = KO). a. Derive...