step response


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step response

[′step ri‚späns]
(control systems)
The behavior of a system when its input signal is zero before a certain time and is equal to a constant nonzero value after this time.
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To find the value of [[omega].sub.o], a step response is required, which could settle in 0.4 seconds.
For the step tests and by considering that the limits shown in the standard [11] are small compared to the PMU reporting intervals, the standard presents a special approach to evaluate the step response. In general, the idea is to compute the responses of a set of steps shifted in time as shown in Fig.
This paper mainly tests the effect of the controller on filtering interference by inputting the step response of the road and adding the noise of the road and the sensor.
These flexure-guided, electroceramic-driven systems can provide higher accelerations than other actuators, enabling step response times in the submillisecond range, with frictionless backlash-free motion.
A step response in the sample concentration was induced by directing a high velocity particle free air stream directly into the sampling port of the sensor.
The desired response should have minimal settling time with a small or no overshoot in the step response of the closed loop system.
This increased stiffness raises the galvanometer's resonant frequency, which improves step response. A galvanometer can generate a great amount of heat, which is why the QS-30 heat is thermally isolated from the position detector and ensures optimal cooling.
The step response, which illustrates the time behavior of the outputs of ARX (3-3-0) when its inputs change from zero to one in a very short time, is shown in Figure 5.
So the two-order system is an underdamped system whose step response is a damped oscillatory process.
Step Response. For the proposed MTNC, when the dimension n of the controller is equal to 2, the unit step response curve is shown in Figure 3.
Caption: FIGURE 10: Step response of the inner current controller's closed-loop transfer function: (a) peak response, (b) settling time, and (c) rise time.
The graph of the unit step response is given in Figure 5(b).