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Control of piezo actuators using causal ordering graph

Contributors

Betty LEMAIRE-SEMAIL ,

Frédéric GIRAUD ,

 

Objective

This experimental demonstration deals with the use of digital real-time simulator for the study of actual control algorithm for micro turbine generator.

 

Outline

The experimental system is composed of a Travelling Wave Ultrasonic motor and its power supply, an inertial load and the dSPACE controller board. The actuator modelling is described using a Causal Ordering Graph (COG) expressed in a rotating (d,q) frame, attached to the travelling wave vector. Then, a control scheme is deduced according to the C.O.G. inversion. As a result, this inversion process highlights a self driving control structure which is responsible for the robusteness of the control as regard as the thermal effects. Moreover, the proposed control scheme is alaso well adapted in case of load increasing.

Fig. 1: Causal Ordering graph of the Travelling Wave Ultrasonic Motor and its control scheme

 

References

F. Giraud,
"Modélisation et commande des actionneurs piézoélectriques à onde progressive" ,
PhD dissertation (text in French)
University of Lille 1, 2002.

F Giraud, B Lemaire-Semail
"Causal modeling and identification of a travelling wave ultrasonic motor",
Eur. Phys. J. A.P.
vol. 21, pp 151-159, 2003

F. Giraud, B. Lemaire-Semail, J.T. Audren
"Analysis and phase control of a piezo-electric travelling wave ultrasonic motor for haptic stick application",
IEEE tran. On Industry applications
vvol. 40, no. 6, November/December 2004, pp 1541-1549.

F. Giraud, B. Lemaire-Semail
"A Torque Estimator for a Travelling Wave Ultrasonic Motor: Application to an Active Claw",
IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control,
vol.53, no. 8, Aout 2006, pp1468-1477


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