Speed Control System Design in Bicycle Robot by Low Power Method
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This paper presents compare results performance between two conventional controllers for bicycle robot. The bicycle speed control system was a highly nonlinear model, multivariable and absolutely unstable. It has used for testing various design control techniques for low power. The objectives of this paper had to developed speed control which derived the mechanic model and experiment. Controllers are Proportional-Integral-Derivatives (PID) and on-off dynamic control. The dynamic system which also includes not stable friction effects the linear zed system model is used as a basis for the design to apply to speed. Computer simulation and experiment have been done, controller are capable to control output speed wheel control system successfully. The results show PID controller better then on-off dynamic controller.