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Mechanical Educational System for Automatic Area Observation and Firing Control Techniques

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The article deals with the description and utilization of a biaxial mechanical educational system for familiarization of observation and weapons systems control techniques. Its application in education is divided into three sections. The first part deals with the model design and kinematic/dynamic analysis of the whole mechanical structure. A mathematical model is simplified into a form that still reflects the dynamics of the real system. The next part solves an influence of mechanical and regulation part, using a physical model for its simulation. Each degree of freedom can be separated and has its own simulation model. The last part applies measurement results from the real educational system which, besides adjusting a feedback control, also includes a possibility of mechanical system parameterization. These data are compared with simulation results. The similarity between the real system and the physical model is demonstrated in the final comparison.

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    Dynast is simulation software environment for modeling and simulation experiments with models of mechatronic systems, where the task is based on multipolar models of individual parts of the system. More on https://sites.google.com/site/dynasthelp/

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Úředníček, Z., Vítek, R., Zátopek, J. (2019). Mechanical Educational System for Automatic Area Observation and Firing Control Techniques. In: Machado, J., Soares, F., Veiga, G. (eds) Innovation, Engineering and Entrepreneurship. HELIX 2018. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 505. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-91334-6_150

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