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    force voltage analogy

    While studying control theory, I came across the following two phrases:
    1) Voltage-Velocity Analogy
    2) Force-Current Analogy
    3) Force-Voltage Analogy

    Could someone pls enlighten me what do those mean?

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    voltage velocity

    The information path in the control system process inputs (e.g. voltage applied to an electric motor) have an effect on the process outputs (e.g. velocity or torque of the motor)..........

    This is the Voltage---Velocity Analogy..........

    similarly the Force----Current.....etc analogy can also be performed...........

    good luck...............

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    force current analogy

    Quote Originally Posted by rakesh_aadhimoolam
    The information path in the control system process inputs (e.g. voltage applied to an electric motor) have an effect on the process outputs (e.g. velocity or torque of the motor)..........

    This is the Voltage---Velocity Analogy..........

    similarly the Force----Current.....etc analogy can also be performed...........

    good luck...............

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    I thought it's something to do with 'electro-mechanical analogies'... may be someone could help to verify the comments made by rakesh... thanks.



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