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A practical example of overshooting in torque control response (top) and non-overshooting response (below). The spikes may trigger over current protection. By adjusting torque control gains (i.e. motor resistance & inductance parameters) solves this issue.

In control theory and electronics, overshoot is when a signal exceeds its target. It arises especially in the step response of bandlimited systems such as servo systems. It is often followed by ringing that attenuates over time or keeps oscillating endlessly.

See more on Wikipedia: Overshoot

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