Braking torque development by using DC electric motor
The motor specification listed on a motor sometimes different from the real world specification. The motor test bench is one of method to test the real world specification of a motor. To test the motor, a brake will be applied as the simulation for the load given to the motor. The brake also using a motor that will generate a torque when a particular electrical circuit is connected with the motor terminal. To sense the torque value, a torque sensor will connected with the brake. The value of torque produced is based on the back emf and the buck converter output. To control the torque with specific value, PID is needed as the controller. As the result of this project, motor specification can be determined and displayed on the LCD.
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