This post’s subject is the description of other methods to tune a PID controller. CHR (Chien, Hrone e Reswick) and CC (Cohen e Coon).
This post’s subject is an introduction to classical control theory. Where is used PID controller, with only one input and one output.
I received requests to write more about capacitance and inductance. This post can be considered as the second part of derivated electrical quantities.
Robots are helping in combat against coronavirus, reducing contamination. How they are and what are their functions? It’s this post’s subject.
Nanomachines are molecular mechanisms which execute a function when receive a stimulus. Today’s subject is an introduction with examples.
This post’s subject is degrees of freedom (DOF). The concept in mechanics and how to calculate DOF in a mechanical system.
In this part about MEMS manufacturing, the subject is surface micromachining. A very different method from the one shown in previous part.
MEMS manufacturing is similar to process used to fabricate microelectronic circuits. The bulk micromachining is today’s subject.
The classical Ziegler-Nichols methods, introduced in 1942, are some of the most known and applied tuning methods for PID controllers.
NASA is developing a group of shape-changing explorer robots called Shapeshifter to explore Saturn’s moons.