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Fw: PID regulator

Started by Sebastian E. Garcia October 6, 2003
Ooops... Now to the list... 8o)

S.-

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sebastian E. Garcia" <>

| Hi Mikhail and Keith,
|
| Also, do a search on TI's site for the University comferences
| (I don't remember the link, now). There are, at least, two basic
| works related:
|
| * "PID controller using the C31 DSK for real-time DC motor
| speed and position control"
| Jianxin Tang & Rulph Chassaing
|
| * "Real-time adaptive PID controller using the C31 DSK"
| Jianxin Tang , Rulph Chassaing , and Walter Gomes III
|
|
| Best regards,
|
| S.-
|
|
| ----- Original Message -----
| From: "Keith E. Larson" <>
| To: "mikhail_iv" <>; <>
| Sent: Monday, October 06, 2003 11:27 AM
| Subject: Re: [c3x] PID regulator
|
|
| | Hello Mikhail
| |
| | I get around a bit, but PID controllers have not been my focus so far.
| | The bottom line is that I dont have a canned DSK example just yet and I
| | still have a lot to learn :-)
| |
| | Still, if you do a google search with the following parameters a number
| | of hits come up including some TI documents like SPRA327 USING TMS320
| | FAMILY DSPs IN MOTION CONTROL SYSTEMS.
| |
| | Search 'pid control tms320c3x' try C31, VC33 etc... for other hits
| |
| | The other is to look for C examples and simply compile them. The code
| | wont be ideal, but it should get you up and running quickly. After that
| | I would be happy to discuss how to go about making it optimal or finding
| | a few 'back door' math tricks to really boost the performance.
| |
| | Best regards,
| | Keith Larson
| |
| | -------------------------
| | At 10:39 AM 10/6/03 -0000, you wrote:
| | Where can I see example of PID regulator realization using VC33?
| |
| | Mikhail.
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