Modeling and parameter identification of impulse response matrix of mechanical systems

DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1117/12.332785
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Proceedings titleProceedings of SPIE 3518
ConferenceSensors and Controls for Intelligent Machining, Agile Manufacturing, and Mechatronics, November 1st, 1998, Boston, MA, USA
AbstractA method for studying the problem of modeling, identification and analysis of mechanical system dynamic characteristic in view of the impulse response matrix for the purpose of adaptive control is developed here. Two types of the impulse response matrices are considered: (i) on displacement, which describes the space-coupled relationship between vectors of the force and simulated displacement, which describes the space-coupled relationship between vectors of the force and simulated displacement and (ii) on acceleration, which also describes the space-coupled relationship between the vectors of the force and measured acceleration. The idea of identification consists of: (a) the practical obtaining of the impulse response matrix on acceleration by 'impact-response' technique; (b) the modeling and parameter estimation of the each impulse response function on acceleration through the fundamental representation of the impulse response function on displacement as a sum of the damped sine curves applying linear and non-linear least square methods; (c) simulating the impulse provides the additional possibility to calculate masses, damper and spring constants. The damped natural frequencies are used as a priori information and are found through the standard FFT analysis. The problem of double numerical integration is avoided by taking two derivations of the fundamental dynamic model of a mechanical system as linear combination of the mass-damper-spring subsystems. The identified impulse response matrix on displacement represents the dynamic properties of the mechanical system. From the engineering point of view, this matrix can be also understood as a 'dynamic passport' of the mechanical system and can be used for dynamic certification and analysis of the dynamic quality. In addition, the suggested approach mathematically reproduces amplitude-frequency response matrix in a low-frequency band and on zero frequency. This allows the possibility of determining the matrix of the static stiffness due to dynamic testing over the time of 10- 15 minutes. As a practical example, the dynamic properties in view of the impulse and frequency response matrices of the lathe spindle are obtained, identified and investigated. The developed approach for modeling and parameter identification appears promising for a wide range of industrial applications; for example, rotary systems.
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