Analysis and Modeling of Servo Motor Control in Military Vehicle Control Systems 2006-01-1170
This paper covers the analysis of various concepts that are used to implement Servo Motor Control in military vehicular control systems. A survey of existing “hard real-time” servo controls and applicable design patterns is presented. These design patterns along with their critical parameters are identified and described. Potential solutions are created from combinations of design patterns and parameter choices. The solutions are modeled with plausible parameters to identify parameter sensitivities. As the modeling progresses, the solutions’ frequency responses, sensitivities and functional performance are also evaluated. This paper concludes with a summary of architectural guidelines.