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Under this precondition, the proposed identification algorithm can online obtain highly accurate moment of inertia of the system, viscous friction coefficient, and load torque in short time.
005 VISCOUS FRICTION CLOSED-LOOP (Nms/rad) POSITION BW (Hz) Joint ME-II RW-S ME-II RW-S Elbow F/E 0.
Simulations performed with viscous friction near to zero revealed no improvement of the response time.
The robot provided the best possible "free" mode by compensating for the robot's weight and viscous friction during recall.
This new maximum point occurs for two reasons: (i) an increase in the viscous friction in the narrow clearance between the piston and the cylinder head and (ii) the closing motion of the valve, restricting the low passage area.
Work [3] describes the results of experimental determination of the viscous friction coefficients arising when the cylindrical UM links move normally to an oncoming water flow.
Summarizing, controlling motion in HFE means managing these seven fundamentals of dynamics: mechanical advantage, mass, spring characteristics, static friction, sliding friction, viscous friction, and magnetic attraction.
Dry and viscous friction" block deals with viscous friction which depends on speed and dry friction.
The LuGre model more accurately describes sliding displacement, memorial friction, variable static friction, viscous friction, and Stribeck curve effects synchronously.
v]--the amplitude of viscous friction force [N]; [F.
According to the Newton's law of viscous friction the friction force between the moving surfaces is in direct proportion to area of the surface F , velocity of the relative movement u, viscosity of the oil [mu] and inversely as the distance between the surfaces, i.
Starting with constant torque, velocity, and dry friction in a base model, he observes how viscous friction increases with acceleration and speed.