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Change the coefficient of base platform as fast as the pendulum can fall. The friction by changing the drive wheel to a different mate- angular acceleration of the pendulum with respect to rial or add an abrasive surface to the platform.
The shorter the object, the harder it is to balance. In testing this method, the shortest length balanced for a sustained period was 0. The maximum acceleration of be selected to simplify the math routines. The hard- same as dividing by the sampling frequency.
This can be further limited in the software. The command, where each right shift is a divide by 2. This is done to would be used for a multiply by 2. Knowing this, choose eliminate the possibility of hitting the hardware bound- Hz as the sampling frequency. This is 8 times ary. For a full description of the code, see the AN Source Code file. The actual equation that was used for calculating the derivative term is as follows: The later is used because a change in the proportional constant will not affect the pole response of the control- EQUATION 8: ler.
The relation- Equation 8 more accurately written would be: ship to the proportional constant and the supply voltage to the motor would be inversely proportional.
Where X is an unknown scaling factor If the error term is getting larger, the derivative term adds to the output of the controller much like that of the proportional and integral terms, but to a lesser effect. If the error term is getting smaller, this term will subtract from the output of the control in anticipation of an over- shoot condition.
Without the derivative term the system will always be unstable because there is no way to compensate for the overshoot condition. The following is the actual C code used to calculate the derivative term. Start increasing the KI the same way as KP until between 0 and The X term allows for a fractional the pendulum can be balanced for several sec- representation of KD, not just a integer.
Similar scaling onds under a constant oscillating condition. Why use E n — E n-3 instead of or vice versa. The pendulum will begin to fall E n — E n-1?
The main reason for doing this is to limit backwards. The base should change directions the variation in the error angle measurement. Since the uncertainty of the error measure- 8. Increase KD in the same manner as KP and Ki ments will be the same for all error terms, this until the Overshoot condition is gone and the uncertainty can be decreased by effectively tripling the pendulum remains balanced.
The real key is that the derivative term 9. Once all overshoot is gone, the PID controller is is still updated at Hz rate. Doing so gives the ben- tuned. When pro- increase the speed of the PID loop.
In order to speed up the PID loop, all the multiply routines have Use the following steps to tune the PID constants: been limited to an 8x8 signed multiply routine with a 1. Power the device using a 12V minimum of a 3 adding decimal and ignoring the carry flag.
Not so known fact or omitted in many publications is that oscillator frequency can fall also in presence of ferromagnetic object due to eddy currents effects same effects that allow non-ferromagnetic objects detection.
Some non-uniformly shaped object can change oscillator frequency in both directions depending on angle between them and coil.
Detector is powered with 6F22 9V battery.
Significant portion of current consumption is caused by voltage regulator 78L05 consumes few mA , you can replace it with similar low quiescent current regulator in same package to double battery life. Still, regular zinc-carbon 6F22 battery has mAh capacity alcaline: mAh which would result in over hours work time measured current: 3. Hardware Eagle 6. Remarks: search generator frequency can be changed with C5, C6 capacitors doubled to make searching for exact value easier audio volume and amplitude of harmonics sound is more or less similar to one generated by 8-bit computers can be changed with R6, C7 PCB: 41 mm x 41 mm, single sided, relatively low precision requirements are making it suitable for toner transfer etching.
With 22 nF capacitor generator frequency was around kHz. My actual search coil was made out of cut, bent and clued together plastic antistatic tubes that were used for LM voltage regulator. With 25 cm diameter, 75 turns of 0.
Wiring on C-shaped frame was protected with cheap PET tape, shielded with aluminum foil connected to ground note: shield must not be closed and protected with two crossed layers of PVC insulating tape. Apart from mechanical stability most important characteristic of search coil is its diameter. Increasing diameter increases detection range but decreases sensitivity for small objects - my test ad-hoc coil was more sensitive to small objects like coins than my second coil.