Linear electromechanical actuator with sensorless position control

 Project in collaboration with a foreign industrial partner

Project description

A linear electromechanical actuator is designed, capable of satisfying a desired profile of the mover position in function of time. The LAI developed its own optimization method in which the optimization constraints are critical points of the function position(time). The mover position is estimated by superposing an additional (scan) voltage to the main voltage used to power the coil, in order to achieve the sensorless position control.

 

Publications

J. Maridor; M. Markovic; Y. Perriard : Design for Self-Sensing of a Linear Actuator. 2011. IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), Phoenix, AR, Sep 17-22, 2011. p. 1510-1514.
J. Maridor; M. Markovic; Y. Perriard : Design for Self-Sensing of a Linear Actuator. 2011. The third IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
J. Maridor; M. Markovic; Y. Perriard : Kalman Filter to Measure Position and Speed of a Linear Actuator. 2011. International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (IEMDC), Niagara Falls, Canada, May 15-18. p. 330-335.
J. Maridor; N. Katic; Y. Perriard; D. Ladas : Sensorless position detection of a linear actuator using the resonance frequency. 2009. 12th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems, Tokyo, JAPAN, Nov 15-18, 2009. p. 1032-1037.
J. Maridor; N. Katic; D. Ladas; Y. Perriard : Sensorless position detection of a linear actuator using the resonance frequency. 2009. 12th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS 2009), Tokyo, Japan, November 15-18, 2009.
J. Maridor; M. Markovic; D. Ladas; Y. Perriard : Optimization design of a linear actuator using a genetic algorithm. 2009. 2009 IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (IEMDC), Miami, USA, May 3-6, 2009. p. 1776-81.