Observer based tuning techniques and integrated SAW torque transducers for two-inertia servo-drive systems

O'Sullivan, T M and Bingham, Chris and Schofield, N (2005) Observer based tuning techniques and integrated SAW torque transducers for two-inertia servo-drive systems. In: Power Electronics and Applications, 2005 European Conference on, September 2005, Dresden, Germany.

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Observer based tuning techniques and integrated SAW torque transducers for two-inertia servo-drive systems
A controller design and tuning methodology is proposed that facilitates the rejection of periodic load-side disturbances applied to a torsional mechanical system, whilst simultaneously compensating for the disturbance observer's inherent phase delay, thereby facilitating the used of lower bandwidth, practically realisable, disturbance observers. The merits of implementing both a full- and reduced order observer, is investigated, with the latter being implemented with a new low-cost, high-bandwidth torque sensing device based on surface acoustic wave technology
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/EPE.2005.219627

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A controller design and tuning methodology is proposed that facilitates the rejection of periodic load-side disturbances applied to a torsional mechanical system, whilst simultaneously compensating for the disturbance observer's inherent phase delay, thereby facilitating the used of lower bandwidth, practically realisable, disturbance observers. The merits of implementing both a full- and reduced order observer, is investigated, with the latter being implemented with a new low-cost, high-bandwidth torque sensing device based on surface acoustic wave technology

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Presentation)
Additional Information:A controller design and tuning methodology is proposed that facilitates the rejection of periodic load-side disturbances applied to a torsional mechanical system, whilst simultaneously compensating for the disturbance observer's inherent phase delay, thereby facilitating the used of lower bandwidth, practically realisable, disturbance observers. The merits of implementing both a full- and reduced order observer, is investigated, with the latter being implemented with a new low-cost, high-bandwidth torque sensing device based on surface acoustic wave technology
Keywords:Sensorless control, State Observer, SAW torque transducer
Subjects:H Engineering > H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2594
Deposited By:INVALID USER
Deposited On:30 May 2010 21:03
Last Modified:28 Aug 2014 09:24

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