By Qingsong Xu, Kok Kiong Tan
This e-book explores rising tools and algorithms that allow certain keep watch over of micro-/nano-positioning structures. The textual content describes 3 regulate thoughts: hysteresis-model-based feedforward keep an eye on and hysteresis-model-free suggestions keep watch over in line with and unfastened from country commentary. every one paradigm gets committed realization inside a selected a part of the text.
Readers are proven the best way to layout, validate and observe numerous new keep an eye on methods in micromanipulation: hysteresis modelling, discrete-time sliding-mode regulate and model-reference adaptive regulate. Experimental effects are supplied all through and increase to a close therapy of useful purposes within the fourth a part of the e-book. The functions concentrate on keep an eye on of piezoelectric grippers.
Advanced keep an eye on of Piezoelectric Micro-/Nano-Positioning Systems will help educational researchers and training keep watch over and mechatronics engineers drawn to suppressing assets of nonlinearity reminiscent of hysteresis and waft whilst combining place and strength keep watch over of precision structures with piezoelectric actuation.
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IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron. 55(11), 3917–3926 (2008) 69. : Adaptive discrete-time sliding mode impedance control of a piezoelectric microgripper. IEEE Trans. Robot. 29(3), 663–673 (2013) 70. : Model reference adaptive control with perturbation estimation for a micropositioning system. IEEE Trans. Control Syst. Technol. 22(1), 352–359 (2014) 71. : Dahl model-based hysteresis compensation and precise positioning control of an XY parallel micromanipulator with piezoelectric actuation. J. Dyn. Syst.
In: Proceeding of 45th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pp. 3083–3088. San Diego, CA, USA (2006) 32. : Feedforward control of piezoactuators in atomic force microscope systems: Inversion-based compensation for dynamics and hysteresis. IEEE Control Syst. Mag. 19(1), 70–82 (2009) 33. : Identification of a class of nonlinear autoregressive models with exogenous inputs based on kernel machines. IEEE Trans. Signal Process. 59(5), 2146–2159 (2012) 34. : Hysteresis modeling and compensation for an XY micropositioning stage with model reference adaptive control.
Ind. Electron. 56(9), 3275–3285 (2009) 78. : Dynamic Preisach modelling of hysteresis for the piezoceramic actuator system. Mech. Mach. Theory 37(1), 75–89 (2002) Part I Hysteresis-Model-Based Feedforward Control Chapter 2 Feedforward Control Based on Inverse Hysteresis Models This chapter presents the rate-dependent hysteresis compensation of a piezoelectric nanopositioning stage using the feedforward control based on an inverse hysteresis model. Three different controllers are realized and compared, which employ Bouc–Wen model, modified Prandtl–Ishlinskii (MPI) model, and least squares support vector machines (LSSVM)-based intelligent model, respectively.