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Performance Evaluation of DynamicSystems
Open-Loop System vs. Closed-LoopSystemIndication of of PerformancePerformance of the First and SecondOrder SystemsEffects of ZerosPerformance of General Dynamic Systems
 
Open-Loop System vs. Closed-Loop System
Let’s take a look at the armature-controlled motor system:
 p
G(s)
(s)=E 
a
(s)Normally, we want the input instruction signal to be the same kind as that of theoutput (controlled) signal:PotentiometerMoto
 
Open-Loop System vs. Closed-Loop System
Clearly the performance of this motor system can be described by:Problems with the open-loop system: The performance is solely determined bymotor itself, i.e.,
G(s).
Therefore, if motor design cannot yield satisfied dynamicperformance such as transient response time, stability, trackingerror, etc., thenwe essentially could do nothing with this set-up. But one cannot, so far, expectthat motor design would be conducted to address the issues mentioned here.Instead the main issues addressed in motor design are related tosize, bodyvibration and balance, efficiency, etc.

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