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A Direct Method of Adaptive FIR Input Shaping for Motion Control With Zero Residual Vibration
In this paper, we describe a method of adaptive feedforward control that can achieve zero residual vibration in rest-to-rest motion of a vibratory system. When a finite impulse response filter isExpand
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Optimal FIR input shaper designs for motion control with zero residual vibration
This paper considers the design of input shaping filters used in motion control of vibratory systems. The filters preshape a command or actuation signal in order to negate the effect of vibratoryExpand
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Towards fault-tolerant active control of rotor–magnetic bearing systems
Abstract This paper considers a control system design for a rotor–magnetic bearing system that integrates a number of fault-tolerant control methods. A survey is undertaken of possible system failureExpand
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Optimal LQ feedforward tracking with preview: Practical design for rigid body motion control
Abstract For reference-tracking motion control, preview-based linear quadratic (LQ) design methods provide an effective means to balance tracking performance with available actuation capacity. ThisExpand
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New LMI based gain-scheduling control for recovering contact-free operation of a magnetically levitated rotor
Abstract A new approach for the recovery of contact-free levitation of a rotor supported by active magnetic bearings (AMB) is assessed through control strategy design, system modelling andExpand
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Model-Free Control of Touchdowns Involving Circular Whirl in Rotor-Magnetic Bearing Systems
In this paper, the dynamics associated with rotor-stator touchdowns involving full circular rub are considered. The expected range of phase shifts occurring in various measurable signals are examinedExpand
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A class of low-pass FIR input shaping filters achieving exact residual vibration cancelation
  • M. T. Cole
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Autom.
  • 1 September 2012
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This paper describes the construction of low-pass FIR filters for application as command input shapers in motion control systems to ensure a finite settling time for system modes with known natural frequency and damping ratio. Expand
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A discrete-time approach to impulse-based adaptive input shaping for motion control without residual vibration
  • M. T. Cole
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Autom.
  • 1 November 2011
TLDR
This paper describes an adaptive discrete-time version of this approach where amplitude and timing of impulses are tuned during operation to match the system under control. Expand
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Robust Impedance Control of a Flexible Structure Mounted Manipulator Performing Contact Tasks
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This paper presents a robustness analysis and design approach for impedance control of a flexible structure mounted manipulator (FSMM) performing contact tasks. Expand
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An Active Vibration Control Strategy to Prevent Nonlinearly Coupled Rotor–Stator Whirl Responses in Multimode Rotor-Dynamic Systems
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A model-based controller design based on dynamic feedback of measured rotor–stator interaction forces was developed that was effective in eliminating jump-response modes in the vibration of a nonlinear rotor-dynamic system. Expand
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