The Application of Euler – Lagrange Method of Optimization for Electromechanical Motion Control
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Industrial and non-industrial processes such as production plans, robots, pumps, compressors, home applications, transportation of people and goods etc., require some kinds of motion control. The main functions of electromechanical drives are to adjust these processes by controlling the torque, speed or position. The objective of this paper is to perform the control of motion while minimizing power losses, that is ?Ri2dt, in process conversion of electrical energy to mechanical energy. The optimal control laws for our problem is find using the Euler – Lagrange principle. We consider three types of controlled drives: torque, speed and position. Each of them has different control laws. By implementation of these controls with Borland C++ and Matlab environment, substantial energy savings are obtained.
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