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13 September 2012 Design and control of one precise tracking simulation bed for Chinese 20/30 meter optic/infrared telescope
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Direct drive technology is the key to solute future 30-m and larger telescope motion system to guarantee a very high tracking accuracy, in spite of unbalanced and sudden loads such as wind gusts and in spite of a structure that, because of its size, can not be infinitely stiff. However, this requires the design and realization of unusually large torque motor that the torque slew rate must be extremely steep too. A conventional torque motor design appears inadequate. This paper explores one redundant unit permanent magnet synchronous motor and its simulation bed for 30-m class telescope. Because its drive system is one high integrated electromechanical system, one complexly electromechanical design method is adopted to improve the efficiency, reliability and quality of the system during the design and manufacture circle. This paper discusses the design and control of the precise tracking simulation bed in detail.
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Changzhi Ren, Xiaoyan Li, Xiaoli Song, Yong Niu, Aihua Li, and Zhenchao Zhang "Design and control of one precise tracking simulation bed for Chinese 20/30 meter optic/infrared telescope", Proc. SPIE 8450, Modern Technologies in Space- and Ground-based Telescopes and Instrumentation II, 84505C (13 September 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.924821
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