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A review :Modelling of Brushed DC motor and Various type of control methods


Smeeta C. Maheriya , Atmiya Institute of Technology &Science,Rajkot,Gujarat,India; Priyam A. Parikh, SAL collage of Engineering Ahmedabad,Gujarat,India


Brushed DC motor, DC motor Modeling, P, I, D, PI, PD and PID controller


This Review Paper introducing the modeling of Brushed DC motor and different PID control techniques. A brushed DC motor is commutated an internally which is electric motor designed to be run by a direct current power supply. A Brushed motors were the first commercially important application for convert electric power to driving mechanical loads, and DC power distribution systems were used for more than 100 years to operate motors in commercial and industrial Applications. A conventional brushed DC Motor consist basically two parts,first one is the stationary body of the motor called the Stator and the other one is inner part which rotates producing the movement called the Rotor or“ Armature” for DC motors. For the motion control of DC motor in almost applications, PID controller is used. The PID controllers have a long history in control engineering and they have been proven to be robust, simple and stable for many real world applications. Roughly, P action is related to the present error, I action is based on the past history of error, and D action is related to the future behavior of the error. From estimation point of view P, D, and I correspond to filtering, smoothing and prediction problems respectively.This control mode is combination of the Proportional, the Integral, and the Derivative mode. This is most powerful but complex controller mode. It provides accurate and stable control of the three controller mode. It is recommended in system where the load changes frequently. The Three-term , PID controllers are probably the most widely used industrial controller. An Even complex industrial control systems may comprises a control network whose main control building block is a PID control module. The three-term PID controller has had a long history of use and has survived the changes of technology from the analogue era in to the digital computer control system age quite satisfactorily. It was the first controller to be mass produced for the high- range volume market that existed in the process industries.

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Manuscript Id :J4RV1I12008
Published in :Volume : 1, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2016
Page(s): 18-23
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