BASICS OF STUDYING MODEL FOR A DIRECT CURRENT MOTOR USING CONTROL ANALYSIS METHODS

N. Fusun Oyman Serteller

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This study focuses on the control analysis methods used to implement mathematical equations for Direct Current Motor (DCM) parameters. It involves an examination of the analysis methods through computer simulations aimed at providing a comprehensive account of the nature of simulations for direct current electrical machine in education. In this way, the aim is to visually, analyze and capture the effect of DC motor parameters with mathematical equations by changing those DCM parameter values by using symbolic Mathematica language. Finally, the implications of the knowledge of analysis models for DC motors and control units is studied, which is a fundamental factor in teaching the nature of DC electrical motors.

 

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direct current motor, control analysis, transfer function, step response, bode diagrams

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.2664

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