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Title: Comparison of hysteresis of high accuracy positioning system with piezoelectric actuators
Authors: Čereška, Audrius
Maskeliūnas, Rimas
Ragulskienė, Jūratė
Lu, Guang Qing
Keywords: hysteretic phenomenon
piezoelectric actuator
high accuracy
positioning system
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: JVE International Ltd
Citation: Čereška, A.; Maskeliūnas, R.; Ragulskienė, J.; Guang Qing Lu. 2017. Comparison of hysteresis of high accuracy positioning system with piezoelectric actuators, Journal of vibroengineering 19(5), 3556–3563
Series/Report no.: 19;5
Abstract: In the paper, high accuracy positioning systems with flexible elements are investigated. In the analyzed systems, piezoelectric actuators are used for the transmission of motion and the hystereric phenomenon in them is investigated. Effect of the hysteretic phenomena to the precision of the high accuracy positioning systems is of special importance. For the investigations, a special experimental setup was designed and produced as well as the method of the experimental procedure was proposed. The experimental setup includes a computer, a piezocontroller, an inductive displacement sensor and a dynamic data collector. The dynamic data collector is used for the collection of data and for the transfer of data to the software for further processing. Numerical modelling of the hysteretic was performed by using the Matlab/Simulink software. In the process of investigations, it was determined that the maximum dispersion error of the hysteretic model is less than 5 % when compared with the experimental results. Thus, it is concluded that the proposed method of hysteretic phenomenon modelling is suitable for modelling of high accuracy positioning systems with flexible elements, which are controlled by piezoelectric actuators.
URI: http://dspace.vgtu.lt/handle/1/3607
ISSN: 1392-8716
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