Control Systems  Dynamic Synthesis  Method of the movement law planning  Example
Example
Let's address again to the rated hydraulic circuit diagram (Fig. 2)
from the previous section "Algorithm" and consider on it the control algorithm stated above, modeling dynamics of a hydraulic drive by means
of the program HYDRA.
Fig. 2
Main parameters of the hydraulic system are given in tab. 1 of the
previous section "Example". Unlike the previous example, here it is adopted as final value of positioning of the hydraulic cylinder piston
х_{Т}^{*} = 63 cm. Other parameters of the hydraulic system have been taken without changes.
Let's plan the movement law
proceeding from the following boundary conditions:
Solving the system of equations (9) of the previous section "Algorithm"
rather unknown coefficients of the polynomial (1), we’ll receive in this case:
Here, as well as earlier, factors of the polynomial (1) are counted up, proceeding from dimensionality of the piston movement х
– [cm]. For definition of control time Т according to (13)
from the previous section "Algorithm" we find the maximal acceleration value w ≈ 0.545 m/s^{2}.
The value of losses of pressure on length of the pipeline and in local resistances is accepted here equal to 1.96 MPa (half of maximal value). In
fact this value at the maximal acceleration as calculations have shown is a little bit less (1.5...1.96 MPa), that gives some stock on pressure
р_{1}.
So, during dispersal (braking) it is necessary to implement of the condition: _{}
From the inequality (21) of the previous section "Algorithm" we have:
_{}
In view of fulfillment of the condition (32) of previous section
"Algorithm" it is accepted Т = 3 s. Then coefficients of the polynomial (1) describing the movement law, are equal:
The calculated parameters alongside with the given ones allow to synthesize dependence q(t) in the form
(5) from the previous section "Algorithm". For this objective the subroutine of external perturbations PERTR has been added by the appropriating
block modeling dependences (5), (8), (14), (15), etc. of the previous
section "Algorithm". The call of the subroutine PERTR is made on each step of integration; received for current value of time t the
value q(t) is substituted then in the basic mathematical model of the hydraulic system shaped and integrated by the program HYDRA.
Results of calculations of transients in the considered hydraulic system by the program HYDRA with use of the described control algorithm are
presented on Fig. 3.
Fig. 3
Here, as well as earlier, are designated: р_{1}, р_{2} – pressures on an input and on an output of the basic pump
(nodes 1 and 2), v_{9}, х_{9} – speed and movement of the hydraulic cylinder piston (node 9); f(t)
– parameter of regulation of the pump flow, equal to _{}
From graphs of transients presented on Fig. 1 is visible, that as a result of control of the hydraulic drive according to the method of the
movement law planning peak pressures do not exceed the given level ~25 MPa. Actual and planned movement laws have the insignificant differences
shown in tab. 1.
The reason for these differences is distinction in the mathematical models of a hydraulic drive accepted in the program HYDRA and in the control
algorithm (more simplified version), and first of all because of dynamics of boost system (for example, at t ≈1.72 s, apparently on Fig. 3,
there is a jump of f(t) because of drastic change of boost flow at pressure р_{2} drop), as well as of some
nonlinear and inertial effects. The received maximal differences on the piston movement make 1.3 mm (see tab. 1). It is easy to see, that the
received results confirm the basic assumptions accepted by development of the control algorithm, especially in that its part where the assessment
of a maximum q(t) is made. So, the maximal values q(t) and v [on Fig. 3 – f(t) and
v_{9}] almost coincide on time (the mismatch makes nearby 0.025 s); pressure in a drain pipeline р_{1} does not
change almost at t ≤ 1.4...1.5 s. Reached accuracy of positioning of the same order, when using the method of multiple periods of natural
fluctuations. For reception of higher accuracy it is necessary, as it was already marked, introduction at a stage of "precise" control of special
correcting links with feedback on movement, speed and probably on acceleration (pressure). However, these questions are beyond the given statement
of the problem.
