feedback compensation

feedback compensation

[′fēd‚bak ‚käm·pən‚sā·shən]
(control systems)
Improvement of the response of a feedback control system by placing a compensator in the feedback path, in contrast to cascade compensation. Also known as parallel compensation.
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To address this gap, a strain feedback compensation method is proposed in this paper for accurate strain control.
The strain feedback compensation method needs an accurate measurement to monitor strain.
Thus, we proposed a strain feedback compensation method based on DIC to accurately control the strain of membranes during the tensile experiments.
The detailed process of the strain feedback compensation is shown in Figure 3.
This result demonstrates that all specimens remained in their mechanical linear region during the tensile experiments, satisfying the assumption of our strain feedback compensation method.
It is also notable that no matter what the target strain is, the relative error after compensation is always below 0.5%, which demonstrates that the effect of our strain feedback compensation method is very significant.
Among the topics are power stage components, buck converter, power stage transfer functions, closed-loop performance and feedback compensation, and current mode control.
In this article, a low cost and practical FM PLL synthesizer circuit for a flat peak frequency deviation is suggested based on the amount of feedback compensation. The modulation rate can be extended down to below the PLL loop bandwidth.
The present study corroborates previous work using within-subjects designs and steady-state performance to design compensators and shows the gains to be expected by band-limiting feedback compensation. In addition, it shows that the acquisition of skill is a sensitive indicator of the adequacy of a compensation scheme for delayed visual feedback.
To achieve the accurate strain control of the membrane during stretching, a strain feedback compensation method based on the digital image correlation is proposed by authors form Sichuan University.