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Torque equation to control strategy

  1. Jul 27, 2010 #1
    Dear all,

    I have a torque equation in polynomial form, that consists of RPM, LOAD and AFR from experiment data. I neeed to design a control strategy for my torque management control scheme. The example equation is as follows; torque = Load^3+ RPM^3+ AFR^3+ A*RPM*LOAD*AFR+ B*RPM*AFR + C*RPM*LOAD.

    My question is:
    How can i convert my polynomial form into "transfer function " which can be very useful to apply any controller technique. I know how to conver the poly form to matric form but I dont know how to convert to Transfer function,,or any control form..

    Thank you
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