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Development of Low-Vibration Controller for Ultra-Precision Dual Stage
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 Title & Authors
Development of Low-Vibration Controller for Ultra-Precision Dual Stage
Kang, Seok Il; Kim, Jung-Han;
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 Abstract
In this study, a cross-damped low vibration controller was developed to reduce vibration in ultra-precision dual stage driven by master/slave principle. In master-slave structure, the master stage leads the driving motion and the slave stage follows it so as to maintain a constant gap between two stages. In this structure, a small perturbation of master stage makes big oscillations in slave servoing stage, so a low damped master stage composed of voice coil motor makes a long vibration in settling area after driving motion profile. In this research, an effective feedback damping algorithm for increase the damping characteristics of the dual stage was developed. The designed velocity damping algorithm improves the system stability and reduces the settling time of the whole system. Simulation and experimental results show that the developed algorithm reduces settling time and improves the regulating performance.
 Keywords
Dual stage;Low vibration;Velocity loop;Damping control;Master-slave;
 Language
Korean
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