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2022 ◽  
Rick Schieni ◽  
Mehmet Simsek ◽  
Torbjørn Cunis ◽  
Onur Bilgen ◽  
Laurent Burlion

2022 ◽  
Vol 2160 (1) ◽  
pp. 012080
Kaijie Zhao ◽  
Sheng Zeng ◽  
Liangliang Zhao

Abstract When the enameled wire is winded onto the poles of the motor stator or rotor, the winding quality hugely relies on the control precision of the tension. Therefore, it is necessary to control the tension of the enameled wire in winding process. A tension control system is built with single chip microcomputer, the encoder and the servo motor. The PID feedback controller and feedforward controller are combined to form feedforward feedback controller, which using feedback information of swing angle deviation and feedforward information of wire frame position to adjust the pay off speed dynamically and control tension of enameled wire further. A procedural experimental modelling method is discussed in order to identify the feedforward model. The experiment is performed, it is found that in the typical situation of setting tension 1500 g, the tension fluctuation rate of the PID controller with feedforward model is only 2%, which is far better than that of pure PID controller with a fluctuation rate of 14%. The result shows that the proposed experimental modelling method hosts the characteristics of good accuracy, universality and applicability.

Mathematics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 18
Khac Huan Su ◽  
Kwankyun Byeon ◽  
Wonhee Kim ◽  
Youngwoo Lee

This study presents LPV H∞ control with an augmented nonlinear observer (ANOB) to improve both the position and yaw tracking errors for Sawyer motors. The proposed control method consists of the forces and torque modulation scheme, an ANOB, and a Lyapunov-based current controller with the LPV H∞ state feedback controller to guarantee the stability of tracking error dynamics. The ANOB is designed to estimate all the state variables including the position, velocity, current, and disturbance using only position feedback. We propose a vertex expansion technique to solve the influence of the convex interpolation parameters in the LPV system on the tracking error performance. To be robust against disturbance, a state feedback controller with the LPV gain scheduling is determined by applying the H∞ control in the linear-matrix-inequality (LMI) technique. The closed-loop stability is proved through the Lyapunov theory. The effectiveness of the proposed control method is evaluated through simulation results and compared with the conventional proportional-integral-derivative (PID) control method to verify both the improved tracking error performance and a suitable disturbance rejection.

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