MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 123, 20172017 The 2nd International Conference on Precision Machinery and Manufacturing Technology (ICPMMT 2017)
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|Published online||21 September 2017|
A robust and fast control technology of AC power conditioning for high-speed micromachining
Department of Electrical Engineering, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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In this paper, a robust and fast control technology is used to AC power conditioning, thus increasing the performance of the high-speed micromachining. The robust and fast control technology is made up of a robust sliding function (RSF) and a computationally fast grey forecasting model (GFM). The RSF without singularity problem admits system state converged to zero within finite time so that the output-voltage with low harmonic distortion in AC power conditioning is obtained. Nevertheless, while a severe non-linear loading is applied to high-speed micromachining, the needless chattering around robust sliding function occurs. The chattering results in thermal breakdown and serious voltage distortion in AC power conditioning output, and the reliability and stability of the high-speed micromachining will be worsened. Therefore, the GFM with Fourier series is introduced as a computationally fast and algorithmically easy means of removing the chattering existing in RSF when the system uncertainty bound is overestimated. By using this presented control technology, the AC power conditioning provides a high-quality AC output-voltage with accurate steady state and fast transience under various loading conditions, thus obtaining the excellent reliability and stability of the high-speed micromachining. Experimental results are performed in support of the proposed control technology.
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