Speed synchronous control method and system for load simulator
A technology of load simulator and synchronous control, applied in the direction of program control device, software simulation/interpretation/simulation, etc., can solve problems such as high cost and complex structure, and achieve the effect of avoiding requirements
Active Publication Date: 2014-02-12
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The invention relates to a speed synchronous control method and system for a load simulator. The speed synchronous control system for the load simulator comprises a loading system, an inertia load and a tested position servo system; the inertia load is used for simulating the rotary inertia of the tested position servo system in actual work; the loading system is used for simulating the borne force or torque of the position servo system in actual work, and loading the force or the torque to the tested position servo system through inertia loading. After the adoption of the speed synchronous control method and system for the load simulator, the requirements of a structural invariance method based on velocity feedback signals, on high quality speed and acceleration signals, can be effectively avoided, and the problem of poor interference eliminating capability under large and middle load in the traditional speed synchronization method can be effectively solved.
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