To pursue high-speed motion control for robots, applications of servo motors with appropriate controllers may render fast responses with satisfactory precision. However, the current coupling effect on the servo motor control unavoidably downgrades stability and contouring precision as the operation speed increases in practice. This paper proposes a control structure simply by adding a decoupling gain Kc to significantly improve stability of motor control systems under high-speed operations. Simulation results on the joints of a Delta robot indicate that the present decoupling control structure effectively leads to satisfactory performance and precision under high-speed operations.
|Name||Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence|
|Conference||8th International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and Applications, ICIRA 2015|
|Period||24/08/15 → 27/08/15|