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2 February 1995 Preisach modeling and compensation for smart material hysteresis
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Proceedings Volume 2427, Active Materials and Smart Structures; (1995) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.200933
Event: Symposium on Active Materials and Smart Structures: Society of Engineering Science 31st Annual Meeting, 1994, College Station, TX, United States
Abstract
Many of the Smart materials being investigated (e.g., Shape Memory Alloys (SMAs), piezoceramics, and magnetostrictives) exhibit significant hysteresis effects, especially when driven with large control signals. In this paper the similarity between the microscopic domain kinematics that generate static hysteresis effects, or ferromagnetics, piezoceramics and SMAs is noted. The Preisach independent domain hysteresis model, and its derivatives, have been shown to be a comprehensive class of hysteresis operator that captures the major features of ferromagnetic hysteresis, and hence it is proposed here as a suitable model for piezoceramic and SMA hysteresis also. This basic Preisach model is used to model piezoceramic sheet actuators bonded to a flexible aluminum beam, and a Nitinol SMA wire muscle that applies a bending force to the end of the beam. A numerical inverse Preisach hysteresis series compensator is also proposed and applied in a real time experiment thereby reducing the apparent nonlinear hysteresis effects for the piezoceramic actuator quasi-static case.
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Declan C. Hughes and John T. Wen "Preisach modeling and compensation for smart material hysteresis", Proc. SPIE 2427, Active Materials and Smart Structures, (2 February 1995); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.200933
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