2可変パラメータによる2慣性負荷系の振動抑制制御 [in Japanese] Vibration Suppression Control using Two Variable Parameters in a Two-Mass Plant [in Japanese]
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The torsional vibration is often initiated by the momentary impact which occurs when a load is connected to a motor by several mechanical coupling parts. An industrial motor drive system is typically represented as a two-mass plant. To suppress the vibration generated in the two-mass plant, many control methods have been developed for practical use. In this paper, the authors propose a simple vibration suppression strategy which employs two variable parameters consisting of resonance ratio and damping factor along with a state feedback approach. The control performance, resulting in excellent vibration suppression even for small resonant ratio, is verified by simulations and experiments.
- IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines
IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines 118(10), 1172-1176, 1998-10
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan