Analog Circuits. World Class Designs by Robert Pease

By Robert Pease

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10 “Maglev” is a term used generically for a number of systems that use magnetic suspensions for ground transportation. As of 2004 there was one revenue-producing Maglev system operating in China, and others are proposed. com 34 Chapter 1 Assuming that there are incremental changes in forces, magnet vertical position, and magnet currents, a linearized model can be generated relating incremental changes in magnet vertical position to changes in incremental magnet current. Vertical force, vertical position, and magnet current are given as the sum of a DC component and an incremental component: fZ ϭ FZ ϩ fz z ϭ Zo ϩ z iM ϭ I M ϩ im [1-39] Putting this into the force equation results in: 2 Z Ϫ CI 2 z Ϫ 2 CI Z i Ϫ CI M o M M o m fZ [1-40] where second-order and higher terms have been neglected.

Ao s(τ s ϩ 1)( R f C p s ϩ 1) [1-34] This means that there are three poles (at least) in the loop transmission. If we attempt to close a feedback loop with a bandwidth greater than 1/Rf Cp there are potential problems with stability. A model of an actual system, using the CLC426 op-amp, was created, including dominant pole, second pole, and output resistance (Figure 1-33). w ww. c om Review of Feedback Systems 27 CLC426 Model Cin 5 pF E1 ϩϮ Ϫ E R1 1 C1 1 Ip R2 vo2 1 C2 75 pF vϪ E3 ϩϮ Ϫ E rout vo 4 Lpr Rf Lcable 50 nH E4 ϩϮ Ϫ E 10 nH 1000 Cf Lpc {cval} 5 nH Cp 200 pF Figure 1-33: Photodiode amplifier model.

By adding lag compensation (Figure 1-41a) the system can be stabilized to provide more phase margin. Shown in Figure 1-41b is the block diagram of the system. The lag compensation adds a zero in the loop transmission at ϪRiC and a lag pole at Ϫ(Rf ϩ Ri)C. Step response results for the resultant system with the following parameters are shown in Figure 1-42. • • • Ri ϭ 47 k Rf ϭ 470 k C ϭ 1000 pF Note that the system has a better-behaved step response, with no overshoot, but that the 10–90% risetime has significantly increased compared to the uncompensated case.

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