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2022 ◽  
Vol 185 ◽  
pp. 108391
Author(s):  
Hang Dong ◽  
Siyuan Cang ◽  
Xueli Sheng ◽  
Jingwei Yin ◽  
Longxiang Guo

2022 ◽  
Vol 355 ◽  
pp. 03062
Author(s):  
Haiping Lin ◽  
Hanlie Gu ◽  
Jinyu Ma ◽  
Shengdong Yu

A novel type of nonlinear robust control strategy is proposed in view of uncertain nonlinear factors, such as hysteresis, creep, and high-frequency vibration, of piezoelectric actuators (PEAs). This strategy can be used for the precise trajectory tracking of PEAs. The Bouc–Wen dynamic model is reasonably simplified to facilitate engineering application. The hysteresis term is summarized as an unknown term to avoid its nonlinear parameter identification. The controller robustness is achieved due to the nonsingular terminal sliding mode control, and the online estimation of unknown disturbances is realized because of the delay estimation technology; thus, no prior knowledge of the unknown boundary of the system is required. The precision robust differentiator is used to estimate the speed and acceleration signals in real time on the basis of the obtained displacement signals. The closed-loop stability of the system is proved by the Lyapunov criterion. Experimental results show that the proposed control strategy performs better than the traditional time-delay estimation control in terms of control accuracy and energy conservation. Therefore, the proposed control strategy can play an important role in the micro/nanofield driven by PEAs.


Electronics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 66
Author(s):  
Xiuqin Wang ◽  
Rui Zhang ◽  
Guoli Li ◽  
Qunjing Wang ◽  
Yan Wen

A multi-degree-of-freedom Permanent Magnet Spherical Actuator (PMSpA) has a special mechanical structure and electromagnetic fields, and is easily affected by nonlinear disturbances such as modeling errors and friction. Therefore, the quality of a PMSpA control system may be deteriorated. In order to keep the PMSpA with good trajectory tracking performance, this paper designs a time delay estimation controller based on gradient compensation. Firstly, the dynamic model of the PMSpA with nonlinear terms is derived. The nonlinear terms in the complex dynamic model can be simplified and estimated by the time delay estimation method. Secondly, for the estimation errors caused by time delay control, a gradient compensator is introduced to further correct and compensate for it. Furthermore, the stability of the designed controller is proved by the Lyapunov equation. Finally, the correctness and effectiveness of the controller are validated by comparison with other controllers through simulation. In addition, experimental results have also shown that the control accuracy of the spherical motor can be effectively improved using the proposed controller.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2131 (5) ◽  
pp. 052062
Author(s):  
S I Ivanov ◽  
V D Kuptsov ◽  
A A Fedotov ◽  
V L Badenko

Abstract The work is devoted to the development of an algorithm for the optimal Radio Signal Time Delay Estimation Performance in passive location systems of stationary targets based on the TDOA method in two-dimensional space. A realistic model of the radio signal at the input of sensors (base station receivers) is considered, considering the random power value as a function of the distance to the source. The optimal estimate is based on the strategy of maximum posterior probability density. The calculation of the statistical characteristics of the obtained estimate of the radio signal delay time is carried out. The Bayesian Cramér - Rao lower bound (BCRLB) of the latency estimate is calculated. It is shown that the use of a priori statistical information on the path loss of a radio signal model can improve the accuracy of estimating the propagation delay time of a radio signal in TDOA/SSR-Based Source Localization Systems.


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