A Robotic Drilling End-Effector and Its Sliding Mode Control for the Normal Adjustment
AbstractA robotic drilling end-effector is designed and modeled, and a sliding mode variable structure control architecture based on the reaching law is proposed for its normal adjustment dynamic control. By using a third-order nonlinear integration chain differentiator for obtaining the unmeasurable speed and acceleration signals from the position signals, this sliding mode control scheme is developed with good dynamic quality. The new control law ensures global stability of the entire system and achieves both stabilization and tracking within a desired accuracy. A real-time control experiment platform is established in xPC target environment based on MATLAB Real-Time Workshop (RTW) to verify the proposed control scheme and simulation results. Simulations and experiments performed on the designed robotic end-effector illustrate and clarify that the proposed control scheme is effective. View Full-Text
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Zhang, L.; Dhupia, J.S.; Wu, M.; Huang, H. A Robotic Drilling End-Effector and Its Sliding Mode Control for the Normal Adjustment. Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 1892.
Zhang L, Dhupia JS, Wu M, Huang H. A Robotic Drilling End-Effector and Its Sliding Mode Control for the Normal Adjustment. Applied Sciences. 2018; 8(10):1892.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhang, Laixi; Dhupia, Jaspreet S.; Wu, Mingliang; Huang, Hua. 2018. "A Robotic Drilling End-Effector and Its Sliding Mode Control for the Normal Adjustment." Appl. Sci. 8, no. 10: 1892.
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