Alvarez Picaza C1*, Veglia JI1, Piacenza AE2 and Ferrari CR2
1Faculty of Exact Sciences - Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina
2Faculty of Medicine - National University of the Northeast, Argentina
*Corresponding Author: Alvarez Picaza C, Faculty of Exact Sciences - Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina.
Received: October 25, 2021; Published: March 14, 2022
Engineering's involvement in the sciences that affects people's lives has generated relatively new disciplines. Rehabilitation is the biomedical area with the greatest impact. This work seeks to represent the solution of the equation of state of the dynamics that interfere with each of the variables that contribute to the stable functioning of a motor plant that is used in myoelectric prostheses. The contribution of each one of them must contribute to the global stability of the dynamic system. Through Modern Control Theory, it is possible to face any problematic situation using state equations without considering mathematical rules used for recursive algorithms. When working in the state space using control tools, it is possible access to developments and analyzes that complement those carried out in the space of time and frequency. The simplification of the different developments will be reflected with new findings, giving value to new concepts such as the transition matrix and controllability. The quantization of some properties to perform the required movements is necessary for the manipulation of the control signal function to be implemented. The results obtained allowed us to discern and graph the trajectories in the state space of the intervening variables.
Keywords: Modelling; States; Control; Tmatrix
Citation: Alvarez Picaza C., et al. “State Function of the Dynamic Drive System of Servo Systems Used in Myoelectric Prostheses”.Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 6.4 (2022): 73-78.
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