INTERACTIVE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR DESIGN BY QFT METHODOLOGY

Dormido Bencomo, Sebastián, Aranda Almansa, Joaquín, Díaz Martínez, José Manuel y Dormido Canto, Sebastián . (2001) INTERACTIVE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR DESIGN BY QFT METHODOLOGY.

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Título INTERACTIVE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR DESIGN BY QFT METHODOLOGY
Autor(es) Dormido Bencomo, Sebastián
Aranda Almansa, Joaquín
Díaz Martínez, José Manuel
Dormido Canto, Sebastián
Palabras clave Educational aids
Loop shaping
QFT
Fecha 2001-01-01
Identificador DADD2001
bibliuned:647
Idioma eng
Versión de la publicación publishedVersion
Tipo de recurso Article
Derechos de acceso y licencia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0
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Notas adicionales For students that begin the learning in control engineering many concepts are not very intuitive at first, due their properties are expressed in two different domains: the time and the frequency domains. Transient behavior, such as settling time, overshoot and the risk of saturation is analyzed typically in the time domain; while concepts like stability, noise rejection and robustness are expressed more easily in the frequency domain. In loop shaping on Nichols chart, the designer must to have enough skill to add necessary elements (gain, poles and zeros) to the controller until the nominal loop lies near its bound. This aspect of the QFT design is usually the most difficult for students. This paper discusses an interactive environment in Sysquake for the design by QFT methodology, where the student can be see immediate the effect of modifying the parameters.

 
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