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|Title:||Hysteresis modeling and inverse feedforward compensation for PZT actuator in dual-stage hard disk drive|
|Citation:||Rahman, M.A., Han, P.W., Mamun, A.A. (2013). Hysteresis modeling and inverse feedforward compensation for PZT actuator in dual-stage hard disk drive. Advanced Materials Research 740 : 152-158. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.740.152|
|Abstract:||With the growth of hard disk storage, it would be difficult to meet the specification of the high track density with conventional single actuator. Therefore the next generation of high speed hard disk drive uses the concept of dual-stage actuated hard disk drive where a secondary actuator is mounted onto the VCM actuator. This helps to achieve higher servo bandwidth and, therefore, more precise tracking. Improved tracking error allows higher track density and hence higher storage capacity. Piezoelectric actuator has been a popular choice as the secondary stage. However, the piezoelectric actuators exhibit an unavoidablecharacteristic of hysteresis which causes inaccuracies and oscillations in the system responses.In this paper, the hysteresis behaviour is investigated for asuspension based PZT actuator which is used as the secondary actuator of HDD available in the market. The Generalized Prandtl-Ishlinskii(GPI) hysteresis model which is a phenomenological based model is obtained usingnon-linear least square curve-fitting. In the secondexperiment, a second order linear dynamics model of the PZT actuator is obtained using frequency response identificationmethod. High frequency resonance modes of the PZT actuator are eliminated using a notch filter. By integrating the obtained GPI hysteresis model with this second-order lineardynamics, a nonlinear dynamic model and an inverse feedforward controller are developed. Preliminary simulation results demonstrate that inverse feedforward controller can be appliedfor precise tracking of triangular and multiple frequency sinusoidal trajectories. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.|
|Source Title:||Advanced Materials Research|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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