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Model-Following Control in Random Access Deviecs for Velocity Performance Enhancement
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Model-Following Control in Random Access Deviecs for Velocity Performance Enhancement
Lee, J.H; Park, K.H; Kim, S.H; Kwak, Y.K;
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In the time optimal control problem, bang-bang control has been used becaese it is the theoretical time minimum solution. However, to improve tracking speed performance in the time optimal control, it is important to select a switching point accurately which makes the velocity zero near the target track. But it is not easy to select the swiching point accurately because of the damping coefficient variation and uncertainties of modeling an actual system. The Adaptive model following control(AMFC) is implemented to relieve the difficulty and inconvenience of this task. The AMFC and make the controlled plant follow as closely as possible to a desired reference model whose switching point can be calculated easily and accurately, assuring the error between the states of the reference model and those of the controlled plant appoaches zero. The hybrid control method composed of AMFC and PID is applied to a tracking actuator of the magneto optical disk drive(MODD) in random access devices to improve its slow tracking performance. According to the simulaion and experimental results, the average tracking time as small as 20ms is obtained for a 3.5 magneto-optical disk drive. The AMFC also can be applied for other random access devices to improve the average tracking performance.
Switching Point;Time Optimal Control;Tracking Time;Adaptive Model-Following Control;Bang-Bang Control;Magneto-Optical Disk Drive;
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