CLASSIFICATION OF COUPLED LINEAR MOTORS BY USING A DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGY

Abstract

This paper presents a holistic development methodology with functional correlations between the mechanical and electrical parameters which is used for an optimization of feed drive systems with more than one drive. Within this process-oriented development methodology, the adaption of the controller is of central importance. Using the example of a new designed linear drive characterized by two mechanically coupled and opposite driving linear motors the potential of various control structures for coupled drives are going to be investigated. Next to the improvements of the drive arrangement, tuning methods for the different structures as well as experimental and simulation results are discussed.

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