Static Error Coefficients in Control System

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Control System Notes on Static Error Coefficients STATIC ERROR COEFFICIENT

there are two types of error coefficient.

1.) static error coefficient

2.) Dynamic error coefficient

1.) Static error coefficient:- the ability of the system to reduce or eliminate the steady state error is static error coefficient

they are of 3 different types.

1.) position error coefficient:- related to the output of the system. it is denoted by kp.

2.) velocity error coefficient:- related to the rate of change of output of the system. it is denoted by kv.

3.)acceleration error coefficient:- related to the rate of change of output. it denoted by ka.

Step inputRamp inputParabolic input
Type 0 system1/(1+Kp)
Type 1 system01/Kv
Type 2 system001/Ka

feature of static error are as follows

1.) higher error coefficient increase the steady state performance of the system

2.) cannot be used to calculate the error of unstable system

3.) do not indicate the correct manner in which the error changes with time

4.) it is difficult to stabilized the system

DYNAMIC ERROR COEFFICIENT

use to express dynamic error

provides error signal as function of time

used for determining any type of input

the dynamic error coefficient provides a simple way of estimating error signal to arbitrary inputs and the steady sate error without solving the system differential equation.

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7 Responses to Static Error Coefficients in Control System

  1. Jegadesh Pandian.M says:

    what is the purpose of commutator in motor?If it is genertor it is use to convert bilateral current direction into unidirectional current but in motor there is no necessary for convertion because here we only give a supply to motor(electrical).so we either give AC supply or DC supply it is our wish.Then there is no need for commutator.so why we use commutator in motor?

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