Event Title

AC to DC Multi Outlet Design with Application to DC Motor Speed Control

Presenter Information

Serena Rudisel, Hampton University

Location

Old Dominion University, Learning Commons at Perry Library, Room 1307

Start Date

8-4-2017 3:40 PM

End Date

8-4-2017 4:00 PM

Description

To successfully establish a secure design and simulate a 3-port 120 V 60 Hz AC to DC converter supplying 6 V, 12V, and 18 V to each (3) corresponding outlets. Multisim will be used for analysis of this circuit design. After this research is concluded we will be design a PID controller DC motor speed control methods with application to a real system. We will also explore robust intelligent control methods for better performance. The objective is to develop different control algorithms for DC motor speed tracking control with application to a real system model, including PID Control Design where students will perform simulations using SIMULINK to test the design in real-time. The three term controller is able to manage the behavior of the system, and is used to decrease the steady state error and increase stability. An Intelligent Robust Control Development Simulation Test will be developed to control the speed of the motor using MATLAB.

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Apr 8th, 3:40 PM Apr 8th, 4:00 PM

AC to DC Multi Outlet Design with Application to DC Motor Speed Control

Old Dominion University, Learning Commons at Perry Library, Room 1307

To successfully establish a secure design and simulate a 3-port 120 V 60 Hz AC to DC converter supplying 6 V, 12V, and 18 V to each (3) corresponding outlets. Multisim will be used for analysis of this circuit design. After this research is concluded we will be design a PID controller DC motor speed control methods with application to a real system. We will also explore robust intelligent control methods for better performance. The objective is to develop different control algorithms for DC motor speed tracking control with application to a real system model, including PID Control Design where students will perform simulations using SIMULINK to test the design in real-time. The three term controller is able to manage the behavior of the system, and is used to decrease the steady state error and increase stability. An Intelligent Robust Control Development Simulation Test will be developed to control the speed of the motor using MATLAB.