servosystem


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Noun1.servosystem - control system that converts a small mechanical motion into one requiring much greater power; may include a negative feedback system
control system - a system for controlling the operation of another system
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Uniaxial compression, splitting failure, and shear tests of the cemented backfill are conducted by using a digitally controlled electrohydraulic servosystem RMT-150C rock mechanics tester.
The systems of the special designed temperature stress test machine (TSTM) as shown in Figure 7 are essentially a closed loop servosystem that can be operated either in load or deformation control mode.
Ichikawa, "Optimal servosystem utilizing future value of desired function," Transactions of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, vol.
Due to the physical limitation of the servosystem, the typical maximal pitch regulation rate is [+ or -] 10[degrees]/s.
In [23], a new sliding mode control with varying boundary layers was proposed to improve the tracking performance of a nonlinear electrohydraulic position servosystem. Reference [24] presented the development of a proportional-integral-derivative (PID-) based control method for application to active vehicle suspension systems (AVSS).
Design, Modeling and Control of a High-Performance Electrohydraulic Servosystem, Master Thesis, in Greek, NTUA
Further investigations into the functioning of the peripheral "comparator" of the servosystem (respective positions of the upper and lower dental arches) in the control of the condilar cartilage growth rate and of the lengthening of the jaw.
"The programmable dual-channel outputs will enable customers to use accurate and rugged magnetostrictive sensing technology in ways that can both improve servosystem performance and reduce per axis sensor costs."
Tsinghua University used the geotechnical centrifugal test to generate horizontal seismic waves through a hydraulic servosystem to simulate the dynamic stability of the slope and provided a new method for analyzing the dynamic stability of the slope [134-136].