Applying Drive Specifications to Systems Applications
Brian Boulter, IEEE Member / ApICS LLC
Bob Lockhart, IEEE Life Member / ApICS LLC
Time: 8:00 AM - Noon
Date: October 13th, 2002
Location: Conference Room 'B' on Conference Level
Drive vendor specifications with respect to speed, torque,
current, position and tension regulation do not provide guidelines for correctly
choosing and applying their respective drives in system applications. This
tutorial will cover issues such as the relationships between:
In addition, usefull definitions will be provided that
allow the participant to relate fequency domain specifications (such as open and
closed loop bandwidths) to time domain specifications (such as first, second and
higher order step responses, and load shock recovery times).
Basic "cookbook" style guidelines for tuning
speed, position and tension PID loops will also be provided.