Tian, Yangling and Bijan, Shirinzadeh and Zhang, Dawei and Gursel, Alici (2009) Development and dynamic modelling of a flexure-based Scott-Russell mechanism for nano-manipulation. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 23 . pp. 957-978. ISSN 0888-3270
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This paper presents the design methodology and dynamic modelling of a piezo-driven flexure-based Scott–Russell mechanism for nano-manipulations. Based on finite element analysis, the Scott–Russell mechanism is monolithically constructed to provide high positioning accuracy and long-term repeatability. With consideration for the effect of the driving circuit, the dynamic model of the flexure-based Scott–Russell mechanism is established. The influence of the time constant RC on the dynamic response is investigated. The transient responses of the flexure-based Scott–Russell mechanism to three typical signals are derived based on the Laplace transform method. It is noted that the cycloidal command signal can generate vibration-free motion, and thus improve the dynamic performance of the flexure-based mechanism. Experimental tests have been carried out to verify the developed Scott–Russell mechanism and the established models.
|Subjects:||Engineering > Nanotechnology applications in mechanical engineering|
|Deposited On:||28 Oct 2009 07:56|
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