Intelligent control for handling motion nonlinearity in a retrofitted machining table

  title={Intelligent control for handling motion nonlinearity in a retrofitted machining table},
  author={Shiuh-Jer Huang and C.-Y. Shy},
For low cost automation, a traditional manually operated milling machine with a lead-screw transmission system was retrofitted with an AC servo-motor. This old fashioned machining table has nonlinear time-varying behaviour caused by obvious backlash and irregular coulomb friction of the sliding surfaces. It is difficult to design an appropriate classical controller for this complicated dynamic system. Hence intelligent model-free self-organising fuzzy control and neural network control… 

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