Vibration Isolation and Trajectory Following Control of a Cable Suspended Stewart Platform
AbstractTo achieve high-quality vibration isolation and trajectory following control of a cable driven parallel robot based Stewart platform in the five hundred meter aperture spherical radio telescope (FAST) design, the integrated dynamic model of the Stewart platform including the electric cylinder is established in this paper, the globally feedback linearization of the dynamic model is implemented based on the control law partitioning approach. To overcome the disadvantages of the external disturbance on the base and unmodeled flexibility of the mechanism, a PID (Proportional-Derivative-Integral) controller with base acceleration feedforward is designed in the operational space of the Stewart platform. Experiments of the vibration isolation and trajectory following control of the cable suspended Stewart platform with presence of the base disturbance is carried out. The experimental results show that the presented control scheme has the advantage of stable dynamics, high accuracy and strong robustness. View Full-Text
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Duan, X.; Mi, J.; Zhao, Z. Vibration Isolation and Trajectory Following Control of a Cable Suspended Stewart Platform. Machines 2016, 4, 20.
Duan X, Mi J, Zhao Z. Vibration Isolation and Trajectory Following Control of a Cable Suspended Stewart Platform. Machines. 2016; 4(4):20.Chicago/Turabian Style
Duan, Xuechao; Mi, Jianwei; Zhao, Ze. 2016. "Vibration Isolation and Trajectory Following Control of a Cable Suspended Stewart Platform." Machines 4, no. 4: 20.
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