Dynamic modelling of an electromechanical valve using frequency response data
Miller, R. L.
Smith, D. L.
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Dynamic modelling of electromechanical parts is often accomplished by conducting an analysis from first physical principles. While this is always a useful effort for physical insight, it may lead to transfer function models which are unnecessarily complex. This paper presents a supplementary dynamic modelling method based on frequency response data. The method is applied to modelling of a globe valve use for water flow control
NPS Report NumberNPS69-86-012PR
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