Identification of mechanical backlash of navigation equipment testing table

V. M. Sineglazov, S. O. Dolgorukov

Abstract


In the article the technique of identification of the mechanical backlash of navigational equipment test table is considered as means for certification requirements verification. Identification procedures of mathematical model of mechanical backlash are considered in the dynamic oscillatory system. An algorithm for identification of backlash nonlinearity based on Hilbert transform is presented

Keywords


Nonlinearity; identification; backlash; certification

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