linear control


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linear control

[′lin·ē·ər kən′trōl]
(electricity)
Rheostat or potentiometer having uniform distribution of graduated resistance along the entire length of its resistance element.
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The control law is composed by two components; each one is designed in separated form: the linear control component is designed to track the reference model in absence of uncertainties and disturbances; the nonlinear control component assures [X.
An abstract linear control system (ALCS for short) for X, [U.
As far as the stabilization of linear control systems is concerned, the state vector may not be available for measurement and so when the linear control system is both controllable and observable, we use the separation principle for linear control systems and use an estimate of the state in lieu of the state vector.
To check the adequacy of a linear control strategy, it is desirable to measure the closed-loop non-linearity.
Traditional injection molding know-how is said to limit processors to one-dimensional linear control of the melt after the polymer leaves the injection nozzle.
Traditional injection molding has been limited by one-dimensional linear control of the melt after the polymer leaves the injection nozzle; in reality, nonunifonn, three-dimensional changes in viscosity occur in the melt as it flows through the mold.
Nook Industries is a manufacturer of linear motion components and linear control systems that are used in a multitude of applications requiring controlled, straight-line movement.
Examples of this question in problems of linear control theory and in electrostatic and magnetostatic fields may be pointed out.
The device demonstrates a linear control input slope with output voltage.
The FSDH0165 is a self-biased and protected linear control current-to-duty cycle converter with an open drain output.

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