deadbeat control

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  1. mostafa ahmed

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    dear members,
    I search on the deadbeat control books or any paper that can help me to design this control.
    so I hope if any one know about this types of control ca help me please.
    thanks.
     
  2. beenthere

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    Google returns 514,000 hits on the subject. This is the Wikipedia article - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_beat_control.

    One suspects that any such control will be determined by the individual system being controlled, so only a general structure of the algorithm is possible without system details.
     
  3. mostafa ahmed

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    thanks for your replay but I want to know the details about this control.
    I know the google have a lot of subject that hit this control but not obvious. I have a lot of paper that explain this control but not explain in details, so I hope from you to give me some books or any article that explain this control.
    Thanks
     
  4. mostafa ahmed

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    Why there is no replay
    Please all book that hit this subject not explain how can I do this in simulation so I don't know how can I design this control in simulation.
    Please any one can replay me.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  5. thingmaker3

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    Try adding the word "schematic" to your search. Or ask your instructor for help.
     
  6. Papabravo

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    Because most of us are hobbyists and this is a topic far beyond the capabilites or interests of most hobbyists. I don't understand why you have such high expectations.
     
  7. KL7AJ

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    I'll have to rummage through some of my dad's mechanical engineering papers. He achieved a considerable amount of fame with servo/governor systems for helicopters in the early 1950s....before a lot of this feedback theory was formalized. (I was sort of the family black sheep....I went into electrical engineering, while my dad and brother were mechanical/aeronatical engineers. :) )

    Eric
     
  8. Papabravo

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    Except all of that was for continuous sytems. The deadbeat control is for sampled data systems which were not much use in the days before digital computers became widely available.
     
  9. mostafa ahmed

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    Thanks for your replays.
    But I hope if any one can work in digital control to help me
    how can I design any circuit with a digital control in general.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  10. Papabravo

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    Why don't you start with a description of the system you are trying to control. Then maybe you can explain why you think deadbeat control is the answer.
     
  11. mostafa ahmed

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    Dear Papabravo,
    I work in my master and my supervisor tell me that I should work in this control because It is very fast dynamic response.
    So I want to design dead beat control in the inverter circuit to control in it in PV system.
     
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