Simplification of the model of piezoelectric actuator control based on preliminary measurements
This article describes a mathematical model simplification, designed to automate the iterative process of non-circular drilling with a precise shape. This model has been optimized for systems that already have experimental data for processing and analysis. Additionally, using optimization steps, the model can be used for systems with insufficient experimental data with a self-learning opportunity. The high-end model can be used for drilling systems represented as a ""black box"" without knowing of any parameters of the system. The simplification and assumptions algorithm is based on controlling the input signal for non-circular drilling in the cylinders of internal combustion engines using a drilling machine controlled by 8 piezoelectric actuators. The total dynamics of this system is unknown and consists of the dynamics of electrical converters, piezo-kinematics, and mechanics. Simplification is carried out starting from the methods of diacoptics for a complex system with different process-flow rates, and ending with one or the sum of linear models valid for a given system of assumptions.