Design of One Dimensional Adjustment Platform Servo Control System Based on Neural Network

Jie DUAN, Kejuan XUE, Xiangyang SUN


This paper designed a one dimensional adjustment of high precision servo control system, in order to provide individual comprehensive combat system high precision gun visual Angle. In servo control system hardware design based on DSP digital signal processing (DSP) chip as the CPU control circuit, in regard to algorithm, using the three layers BP neural network algorithm for PID integral gain and differential gain and intelligently adjusting proportion gain. On this basis, also analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of the traditional BP neural network algorithm, carries on the improvement. Vector using adaptive control, numerical optimization and introducing the steepness factor method, solve the contradiction between the stability and learning time, greatly improving the convergence speed and stability of the system performance, the static stability of the turntable accuracy is less than 3″, indicators reached the design requirements.


Neural network PID; Ac servo motor; Adjust machine

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