17 July 2008 Wind Evaluation Breadboard: mechanical design and analysis, control architecture, dynamic model, and performance simulation
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The Wind Evaluation Breadboard (WEB) for the European Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) is a primary mirror and telescope simulator formed by seven segments simulators, including position sensors, electromechanical support systems and support structures. The purpose of the WEB is to evaluate the performance of the control of wind buffeting disturbance on ELT segmented mirrors using an electro-mechanical set-up which simulates the real operational constrains applied to large segmented mirrors. The instrument has been designed and developed by IAC, ALTRAN, JUPASA and ESO, with FOGALE responsible of the Edge Sensors, and TNO of the Position Actuators. This paper describes the mechanical design and analysis, the control architecture, the dynamic model generated based on the Finite Element Model and the close loop performance achieved in simulations. A comparison in control performance between segments modal control and actuators local control is also presented.
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Marcos Reyes García-Talavera, Teodora Viera, Miguel Núñez, Pablo Zuluaga, Bernardo Ronquillo, Mariano Ronquillo, Enzo Brunetto, Marco Quattri, Javier Castro, Elvio Hernández, "Wind Evaluation Breadboard: mechanical design and analysis, control architecture, dynamic model, and performance simulation", Proc. SPIE 7012, Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes II, 70120X (17 July 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.789562; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.789562
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Photoacoustic tomography

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Device simulation

Linear filtering

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