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Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems
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Volume 7, Issue 12 - Dec 2001
Volume 7, Issue 11 - Nov 2001
Volume 7, Issue 10 - Oct 2001
Volume 7, Issue 9 - Sep 2001
Volume 7, Issue 8 - Aug 2001
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Robust Control for the System with Unmatched Uncertainty
Jeon, Bo-Kyoung ; Chang, Pyung-Huh ; Park, Juyi ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 95~101
Most robust control schemes for stabilizing the systems with uncertainties require that the systems are satisfied with matching conditions. This paper is proposed to robust control using the time delay estimation for the nonlinear single input systems not satisfying the matching conditions. Synthetic input concept is used to design the control law. The unmatched uncertainties considered in this paper are more general than other studies and they need not a special form or information about their bound. We applied the proposed method to a single pendulum with a motor system.
A Design of an Active Noise Controller in a Communication Headset
Chung, Tae-Jin ; Chung, Chan-Soo ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 102~108
In this paper, an active noise controller for a communication headset was designed. In a communication headset, there exist information signals such as voices from the end for the communication line as well as also, undesirable noises with are induced by external noise sources such as engine noises. Therefore, it is necessary to reduce the external noises for clear hearing of the communication signals. This problem was solved by robust H(sub)
controller to reduce noise and a compensator for information signals The designed controller was implemented using TMS320C31 DSP Op-amp, and several experiments were performed to verify its performance. The results showed that the controller reduces the undesirable noises sufficiently, while communication signals are not reduced.
Speed Control of a Wind Turbine System Based on Pitch Control
Lim, Jong-Hwan ; Huh, Jong-Chul ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 109~116
The paper presents a speed control algorithm for a full pitch-controlled wind turbine system. Torque of a blade generated by wind energy is a nonlinear function of wind speed, angular velocity, and pitch angle of the blade. The design of the controller, in general, is performed by linearizing the torque in the vicinity of the operating point assuming the angular velocity of the blade is constant. For speed control, however the angular velocity is on longer a constant, so that linearization of the torque in terms of wind speed and pitch angle is impossible. In this study, a reference pitch model is derived in terms of a wind speed, angular velocity, and pitch angle, which makes it possible to design a controller without linearizing the nonlinear torque model of the blade. This paper also suggests a method of designing a hydraulic control system for changing the pitch angle of the blade.
A Stable SRM Drive Using a Low Cost Encoder
Park, Seong-Jun ; Park, Han-Ung ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 117~124
In a SRM drive, the on/off angles of each phase switch should be accurately controlled in order to control to torque and speed in a stable way, The accuracy of the switching angles is dependent upon the resolution of the encoder and the sampling period of the microprocessor. However, as the speed increase, the amount of the switching angle deviation from the preset values is also increased by the sampling period of the microprocessor. Therefore, a low cost encoder suitable for a practical and stable SRM drive is proposed and the control algorithm to provide the switching signals using the simple digital logic circuit is also presented in this paper. It is verified from the experiments that the proposed encoder and logic controller can be a powerful candidate a the practical low cost SRM drive
Model Following Adaptive Controller with Rotor Resistance Estimator for Induction Motor Servo Drives
Kim, Snag-Min ; Han, Woo-Yong ; Lee, Chang-Goo ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 125~130
This paper presents an indirect field-oriented (IFO) induction motor position servo drives which uses the model following adaptive controller with the artificial neural network(ANN)-based rotor resistance estimator. The model reference adaptive system(MRAS)-based 2-layer ANN estimates the rotor resistance on-line and a linear model-following position controller is designed by using the estimated the rotor resistance value. At the end, a fuzzy logic system(FLS) is added to make the position controller robust to the external disturbances and the parameter variations. The simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed method.
Design of a Fuzzy Controller Using Genetic Algorithms Employing Random Signal-Based Learning
Han, Chang-Uk ; Park, Jeong-Il ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 131~137
Traditional genetic algorithms, though robust, are generally not the most successful optimization algorithm on only particular domian. Hybridizing a genetic algorithm with other algorithms can produce better performance than both the genetic algorithm and the other algorithms. This paper describes the application of random signal-based learning to a genetic algorithm in order to get well tuned fuzzy rules. The key of tis approach is to adjust both the width and the center of membership functions so that the tuned rule-based fuzzy controller can generate the desired performance. The effectiveness of the proposed algorithm is verified by computer simulation.
Accuracy Improvement of Digital Measurement System by Modified Piecewise Measuring Functions
Hong, Sung-Hun ; Kang, Moon-Sung ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 138~145
Measurement errors in a digital measurement systems are mainly due to the consisting elements accuracies and the circuit parameters changes following the environment variations such as temperature. Further, systems non-linearity makes the measurement accuracy worse, and accordingly a linearization method should be considered to avoid this worsening. In this study, a temperature error-correction method and linearization methods are proposed and a digital temperature measurement system utilizing these methods is realized. And the proposed measurement methods are observed to increase the measurement accuracy of the digital measurement system.
Signal Processing and Performance of a Six-Axis Force-Torque Sensor Using Strain Gauges
Yi, Jae-Ho ; Kang, Chul-Goo ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 146~151
The importance of sensing the force and torque with arbitrary direction and magnitude is becoming more crucial for robotic applications and manufacturing automations. Recently, several designs of a multi-axis force-torque sensor have been tried to sense this force and torque. This paper deals mainly with the signal processing of a six-axis force-torque sensor using cross-shaped elastic structures with circular holes. In this paper, we show principle of sensing force and torque, the signal processing methodology, and efficient methods of seeking strain gage positions in the sensor structure. The validity of the proposed method is shown via experiments.
A Development of the Recoil Rod Pull Force Measurement System Using the Load Cell with Sleeve
Park, Ju-Ho ; Hong, Sung-Soo ; Yu, Jun ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 152~159
This paper presents a development of the recoil rod pull force measurement system suing the load cell with a sleeve normally available in the recoil system test. The commercial load cell cannot be used in the test of recoil system floating the breach contact point freely in the air. The load cell is designed and manufactured to meet the recoil system test condition. Theoretical analysis and experimental results show that the accuracy of the developed measurement system is within
0.5%. We notice that the measurement technique proposed in this paper is accurate and useful in the recoil rod pull force measurement of the recoil system.
Control and Evaluation of a New 6-DOF Haptic Device Using a Parallel Mechanism
Yun, Jeong-Won ; Ryu, Je-Ha ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 160~167
This paper presents control and evaluation of a new haptic device with a 6-DOF parallel mechanism for interfacing with virtual reality. This haptic device has low inertial, high bandwidth compactness, and high output force capability mainly due to of base-fixed motors. It has also wider orientation workspace mainly due to a RRR type spherical joint. A control method is presented with gravity compensation and with force feedback by an F/T sensor to compensate for the effects of unmodeled dynamics such as friction and inertia. Also, dynamic performance has been evaluated by experiments. for force characteristics such as maximum applicable force, static-friction force, minimum controllable force, and force bandwidth Virtual wall simulation with the developed haptic device has been demonstrated.
Study on Kinematic Calibration Method of Stewart Platforms
Goo, Sang-Hwa ; Son, Gwon ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 168~172
The accuracy problem of robot manipulators has long been one of the principal concerns in robot design and control. A practical and economical way of enhancing the manipulator accuracy, without affecting its hardware, is kinematic calibration. In this paper an effective and practical method is presented for kinematic calibration of Stewart platforms. In our method differential errors in kinematical parameters are linearly related to differential errors in the platform pose, expressed through the forward kinematics. The algorithm is tested using simulated measurement in which measurement noise is included.
Trajectory Optimization and Optimal Explicit Guidance Algorithm Design for a Satellite Launch Vehicle
Roh, Woong-Rae ; Kim, Yodan ; Song, Taek-Lyul ;
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, volume 7, issue 2, 2001, Pages 173~182
Ascent trajectory optimization and optimal explicit guidance problems for a satellite launch vehicle in a 2-dimensional pitch plane are studied. The trajectory optimization problem with boundary conditions is formulated as a nonlinear programming problem by parameterizing the pitch attitude control variable, and is solved by using the SQP algorithm. The flight constraints such as gravity-turn are imposed. An optimal explicit guidance algorithm in the exoatmospheric phase is also presented, the guidance algorithm provides steering command and time-to-go value directly using the current states of the vehicle and the desired orbit insertion conditions. To verify the optimality and accuracy of the algorithm simulations are performed.