Evaluation of Breaking Performance in Vibration-Assisted Electrostatic Surface Induction Actuator

Takeru Nemoto, Tiberiu-Gabriel Zsurzsan, Akio Yamamoto

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Abstract

This paper evaluates breaking performance of an electrostatic surface induction actuator. The actuator is equipped with piezoelectric vibrator such that the friction between the slider and the stator electrodes can be dramatically reduced by squeeze-film effect. In such an actuator, the friction force can be changed by turning on and off the vibrator. The friction change can be utilized for high-performance slider motion control; for example, friction can be increased by switching off the vibrator when the slider needs to stop. In this paper, we evaluated how fast the slider can stop in several conditions. The result clearly shows the effect of friction change in breaking performance of the actuator.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics
Number of pages2
Publication date2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics 2015 - Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Duration: 5 Dec 20158 Dec 2015

Conference

Conference6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics 2015
LocationWaseda University
CountryJapan
CityTokyo
Period05/12/201508/12/2015

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Nemoto, T., Zsurzsan, T-G., & Yamamoto, A. (2015). Evaluation of Breaking Performance in Vibration-Assisted Electrostatic Surface Induction Actuator. In Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics
Nemoto, Takeru ; Zsurzsan, Tiberiu-Gabriel ; Yamamoto, Akio. / Evaluation of Breaking Performance in Vibration-Assisted Electrostatic Surface Induction Actuator. Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics. 2015.
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Nemoto, T, Zsurzsan, T-G & Yamamoto, A 2015, Evaluation of Breaking Performance in Vibration-Assisted Electrostatic Surface Induction Actuator. in Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics. 6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics 2015, Tokyo, Japan, 05/12/2015.

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Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics. 2015.

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