Hysteresis Analysis and Positioning Control for a Magnetic Shape Memory Actuator
AbstractMagnetic shape memory alloys (MSM alloys), a new kind of smart materials, have become a potential candidate in many engineering fields. MSMs have the advantage of bearing a huge strain, much larger than other materials. In addition, they also have fast response. These characteristics make MSM a good choice in micro engineering. However, MSMs display the obvious hysteresis phenomenon of nonlinear behavior. Thus the difficulty in using the MSM element as a positioning actuator is increased due to the hysteresis. In this paper, the hysteresis phenomenon of the MSM actuator is analyzed, and the closed-loop positioning control is also implemented experimentally. For that, a modified fuzzy sliding mode control (MFSMC) is proposed. The MFSMC and the PID control are used to design the controllers for realizing the positioning control. The experimental results are compared under different experimental conditions, such as different frequency, amplitude, and loading. The experimental results show that the precise positioning control of MFSMC can be achieved satisfactorily. View Full-Text
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Lin, J.-H.; Chiang, M.-H. Hysteresis Analysis and Positioning Control for a Magnetic Shape Memory Actuator. Sensors 2015, 15, 8054-8071.
Lin J-H, Chiang M-H. Hysteresis Analysis and Positioning Control for a Magnetic Shape Memory Actuator. Sensors. 2015; 15(4):8054-8071.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lin, Jhih-Hong; Chiang, Mao-Hsiung. 2015. "Hysteresis Analysis and Positioning Control for a Magnetic Shape Memory Actuator." Sensors 15, no. 4: 8054-8071.