Motion Handbook - r6
Designing with Motion Handbook was written as a tutorial for those starting out in Automation, or for those interested in learning how the pieces to a System are 'pulled together'.
Operational examples and software are given to ease the learning process of as how motion is developed and coordinated.
Application examples and charts are given in clear English,
using as little math as possible for clarity of understanding.
| ||Title ||
||How to Begin Developing a Motion System.
||Thinking Before Integrating to Motion
||High Level Languages and Real Time Environment ||
Chapter 4 ||
Brush and BLDC Motor Operation
|| Integrating Motors and System ||
||Feedback Loops : Definition : Selection : Interface ||
||Phasing Motors, Tachs, Encoders and Controls ||
|| A PID Analogy
||Working with the PID Loop ||
||Tying the Servo Knot ||
||A PID Simulation Program - with S Curve Accel ||
||Stepper Motion ||
||Designing Multiple Axis Intelligent Control Systems ||
||A Software Library with Algorithm Definitions ||
||An 8051uP HandWheel Algorithm ||
||An 8051uP Registration Algorithm ||
||An 8051uP Circular Interpolation Algorith ||
'C' & BASIC Spline Curve Algorithms
||An 8051uP Logarithm Math Algorithm |