Open loop control

Open loop control

Open loop control

08/13/17

“How can we make a simple control system?”

 

Control systems can be very complicated in nature due to their reliance on feedback systems. However, if we want, we can make our systems much more flexible if we take away such a mechanism. This is known as an open loop control. An example of an open loop control is a movement mechanism that pushes an object towards a destination regardless of what is in the way. If we were to model this on a control diagram, then the input would go straight to the output and never come back (hence the name open loop)

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