High-Speed Precision Motion Control

High-Speed Precision Motion Control

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  • Covers new concepts, techniques, and developments from control theories and applications
  • Includes application examples and experimental results on commercial HDDs
  • Illustrates how proposed concepts and techniques can be used to study and control mechanical actuators effectively
  • Develops the essential theories for architecting and tackling implementation issues pertaining to specific applications during control system design and synthesis

Summary

Edited by Takashi Yamaguchi, Mitsuo Hirate, and Chee Khiang Pang, with contributions from pioneers known for their ground-breaking work, High-Speed Precision Motion Control discusses high-precision and fast servo controls in hard disk drives (HDDs). The chapter authors describe the control technologies they’ve developed, most of which have already been successfully applied to mass production of HDDs. As the proposed methodologies have been verified on commercial HDDs at the very least, these advanced control technologies can also be readily applied to precision motion control of other mechatronic systems, e.g., scanners, micro-positioners, photocopiers, atomic force microscopes (AFMs), etc.

Each self-contained chapter progresses from concept to technique and presents application examples in automotive, aerospace, aeronautical, and manufacturing engineering. The control technologies are categorized into high-speed servo control, precision control, and environment-friendly control, making it easy to find an appropriate control technology according to their domain of application. The book also makes MATLAB®/SIMULINK® codes for benchmark problems available for download.

The control technologies described range from fundamental classical control theories to advanced topics such as multi-rate control. The content contains a healthy balance between materials from the contributor’s research works and that in the wider literature. The resulting resource empowers engineers and managers with the knowledge and know-how to make important decisions and policies.

Table of Contents

Introduction, Takashi Yamaguchi
Concept of High Speed Precision Motion Control
Hard Disk Drives (HDDs)
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System Modeling and Identification,
Hiroshi Uchida, Takashi Yamaguchi, and Hidehiko Numasato
HDD Servo Systems
TMR Budget Design
Modeling of HDD
Modeling of Disturbances and PES
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Basic Approach to High Speed Precision Motion Control, Atsushi Okuyama, Takashi Yamaguchi, and Takeyori Hara
Introduction to Mode Switching Control (MSC)
Track-Seeking: Fast Access Servo Control
Track-Settling: Initial Value Compensation (IVC)
Track-Following: Single- and Multi-Rate Control
Epilogue: Development of IVC Design Method in Industry
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Ultra-Fast Motion Control,
Mitsuo Hirata and Hiroshi Fujimoto
Vibration-Minimized Trajectory Design
Perfect Tracking Control (PTC)
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Ultra-Precise Position Control,
Takenori Atsumi, Mituso Hirata, Hiroshi Fujimoto, and Nobutaka Bando
Phase-Stable Design for High Servo Bandwidth
Robust Control Using H∞ Control Theory
Multi-Rate H∞ Control
Repetitive Control
Acceleration Feedforward Control (AFC)
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Control Design for Consumer Electronics,
Mitsuo Hirata, Shinji Takakura, and Atsushi Okuyama
Control System Design for Energy Efficiency
Controller Design for Low Acoustic Noise Seek
Servo Control Design Based on SRS Analysis
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HDD Benchmark Problem,
Mitsuo Hirata
Public Release of the HDD Benchmark Problem
Plant Model
Disturbance Model
Overview of the HDD Benchmark Problem Version
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