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Advanced Control. Engineering. Roland S. Burns. Professor of Control Engineering. Department of Mechanical and Marine Engineering. University of Plymouth. Control engineering courses have been given in universities for over fifty years. In fact it is just . formerly an editor for the IEE Control Engineering Book Series. Control Systems Engineering. A Practical Approach by Frank Owen, PhD, P.E.. Mechanical Engineering Department. California Polytechnic State University.
In this system, the output signal is not compared with the input signal which means there is no feedback signal in this system. The open-loop control system is also known as a non-feedback control system or control system without feedback.
Examples Automatic washing machine- In this system, the operating time is set manually. After the completion of the set time, the machine stops whether the desired cleanness is obtained or not because there is no feedback signal which the machine can sense.
Immersion rod- In this system, the rod heats up the water but how much hot water is required that cannot be sensed by the rod. Advantages of an open-loop control system Open loop systems are simple. These are economical.
Less maintenance is required and is not difficult. Disadvantages of open loop control system Open loop systems are inaccurate. These systems are not reliable. These are slow. To request such a change, the Editor must receive the following from the corresponding author: a the reason for the change in author list and b written confirmation e-mail, letter from all authors that they agree with the addition, removal or rearrangement.
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