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By R. Lincke (auth.), Professor Dr. H. M. Staudenmaier (eds.)

Physics useful sessions shape a tremendous a part of many medical and technical classes in larger schooling. as well as the older general experiments, such practicals now in most cases contain a couple of computer-controlled experiments constructed in organization with the study teams energetic within the specific collage or collage. due to the fact that there's fairly little alternate of data among the educating employees of other institutes, the private laptop, regardless of its ubiquity, is underexploited during this function as a educating relief. the current publication offers a close description of a few computer-controlled experiments appropriate for sensible periods. either the suitable physics and the computational strategies are awarded in a kind that permits the readers to build and/or practice the test themselves.

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Thus one always gets the value at the time of the previous reading. We therefore discard the (uncontrollable) first value with a dummy reading. The program is so fast that the ADC may be read before a conversion is complete. To avoid erroneous readings, a suitable counting loop has to be included. For studying synthetic data (if real measurements cannot be made) one may just assign values to the elements y[n]: for n:=O to 30 do y[n]:=200; for n:=31 to 639 do y[n]:=O; 18 Procedure interval: In the elaborate program FOUR-ANA the fundamental period is set with the CRSR-keys and a running marker.

D. 1 Introduction The fundamental reason for applying feedback control to a physical system is to obtain an improvement in the performance of that system. Applying feedback means that the input, or forcing function, of a system is derived, to some extent, from the system's output. By carefully choosing the way in which the output is fed back into the system, important gains in performance can be made. Of course, exactly what is meant by performance in any particular situation will need to be defined, within the specific context.

Instead, we can avoid this difficulty, in a simple and elegant way, by introducing an integrator into the control algorithm. This is called proportional plus integral control (PI), for obvious reasons. 5 Proportional plus integral (PI) control. By integrating the error signal, eT(t), it is possible to estimate the constant term of Fig. 4. e. Kj = o. The steady-state temperature will then be Tc = T~ < To and eT > O. If the integrator is then suddenly included (Kj > 0 but K j ~ Kp) then the current supplied to the crucible will immediately increase, causing the crucible temperature to rise slightly.

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