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    Title: 電腦輔助頻域分析法應用於機車自動駕駛控制系統之研究
    A Computer-Aided Method of Frequency Domain Analysis on the Adaptive Control System of Motorcycles Autopilot
    Authors: 魏榮輝
    Keywords: 自動駕駛
    Adaptive Control
    Frequency Domain Analysis
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2009-08-12 20:42:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文第一部份係描述以超穩定性理論設計之機車自動駕駛控制系統。第二部份則是討論一個新的頻域分析方法,其係在Matlab/Simulink環境下,分析機車自動駕駛控制系統的頻率響應。最後則是分析探討加入模式追蹤型PID控制器與不加入時的頻率響應,並針對模擬結果進行討論。This paper used a new method of frequency domain analysis to the adaptive control system of motorcycles autopilot. In this study, the hyperstability theory applied to the adaptive control system of motorcycles autopilot was firstly presented. Secondly, a new method of frequency domain analysis via the Matlab/Simulink software on the motorcycles autopilot was presented, From the simulation results, the step responses of motorcycles autopilot with and without the model-following PID controller were discussed. The model following performances on the frequency domain were also shown that the motorcycles autopilot’s bandwidth can be improved by a suitable adaptation signal.
    Relation: 車輛工程學刊, 第三期, 2005年
    Appears in Collections:[機械工程系所] 期刊論文

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