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Automatic test scheme for a class of non-linear servosystems using transient response data

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1 Author(s)
Tawfik, V.Y. ; Mosul University, Mechanical Engineering Dept, Mosul, Iraq

The paper discusses the use of digital computers in developing dynamic tests for testing a control system during its actual operation, or for a test rig which simulates the system's working conditions. Usually three levels are required in any successful test scheme: a check-out test to classify the system as faulty or non-faulty, a diagnostic test to locate the parameter or component responsible for the fault and finally an estimation test to establish a quantitative measure for the faulty component before it is repaired or replaced. The scheme is applied in a case study of a throttle control servosystem, where a digital model of the actual system used as a vehicle for the study.

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Electronic and Radio Engineers, Journal of the Institution of  (Volume:55 ,  Issue: 9 )