Linear Inverted Pendulum Training System
  • Familiarization with the pendulum setup experiments:
    • Gantry Crane
    • Inverted Pendulum
    • Self-Erecting Inverted Pendulum.
  • Familiarization with different modeling topics;
    • Lagrange derivation of dynamic mode
    • State-space representation
    • Linearization
  • Demonstrating the linear-quadratic regulator
    • (LQR) control
  • Learning about hybrid control
  • Knowing the principles of pole placement
  • Enhancing the fundamentals of energybased/
    • non-linear control
  • Linear Inverted Pendulum Training System (MC106.01)
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Linear Servo Base Unit (MC106)

The linear servo base unit can be attached to pendulums that can be utilized in a variety of experiments, including the traditional inverted pendulum experiment, in which trainees must construct a controller that balances a vertical rod by moving the cart. The gantry crane is a moveable platform that mimics a crane and is often used to transport products in a warehouse or shipping yard. The cart serves as the gantry platform in this scenario, and the pendulum serves as the crane.

  • Linear inverted pendulum training system has been created to demonstrates traditional inverted pendulum experiment.
    Trainees can learn how to control the descending pendulum as the cart moves to different positions.
    Trainees can develop a controller that swings the pendulum up and keeps it in the upright position with the Self-Erecting Inverted Pendulum experiment.
  • Linear inverted pendulum training system can help trainees develop real problemsolving abilities for mechanical and aerospace engineering challenges.
  • The two-wheeled Segway self-balancing vehicle is one implementation of the inverted pendulum experiment.
  • The linear inverted pendulum system is based on the linear servo base unit, which is made up of a cart that is driven by a DC motor via a rack and pinion mechanism, ensuring steady and continuous traction.