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Bo Zhao

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2859-0180

Weijia Shi

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3379-0331

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Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering  2021 Vol.22 No.10 P.1390-1401

http://doi.org/10.1631/FITEE.2000373


An adjustable anti-resonance frequency controller for a dual-stage actuation semi-active vibration isolation system


Author(s):  Bo Zhao, Weijia Shi, Bingquan Wang, Jiubin Tan

Affiliation(s):  Center of Ultra-precision Optoelectronic Instrument Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin 150080, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   shiweijia@hit.edu.cn

Key Words:  Semi-active vibration isolation, Dual-stage actuation, Dynamic vibration absorption, Adjustable anti-resonance frequency controller


Bo Zhao, Weijia Shi, Bingquan Wang, Jiubin Tan. An adjustable anti-resonance frequency controller for a dual-stage actuation semi-active vibration isolation system[J]. Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering, 2021, 22(10): 1390-1401.

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Abstract: 
In the semiconductor manufacturing industry, the dynamic model of a controlled object is usually obtained from a frequency sweeping method before motion control. However, the existing isolators cannot properly isolate the disturbance of the inertial force on the platform base during frequency sweeping (the frequency is between 0 Hz and the natural frequency). In this paper, an adjustable anti-resonance frequency controller for a dual-stage actuation semi-active vibration isolation system (DSA-SAVIS) is proposed. This system has a significant anti-resonance characteristic; that is, the vibration amplitude can drop to nearly zero at a particular frequency, which is called the anti-resonance frequency. The proposed controller is designed to add an adjustable anti-resonance frequency to fully use this unique anti-resonance characteristic. Experimental results show that the closed-loop transmissibility is less than −15 dB from 0 Hz to the initial anti-resonance frequency. Furthermore, it is less than −30 dB around an added anti-resonance frequency which can be adjusted from 0 Hz to the initial anti-resonance frequency by changing the parameters of the proposed controller. With the proposed controller, the disturbance amplitude of the payload decays from 4 to 0.5 mm/s with a reduction of 87.5% for the impulse disturbance applied to the platform base. Simultaneously, the system can adjust the anti-resonance frequency point in real time by tracking the frequency sweeping disturbances, and a good vibration isolation performance is achieved. This indicates that the DSA-SAVIS and the proposed controller can be applied in the guarantee of an ultra-low vibration environment, especially at frequency sweeping in the semiconductor manufacturing industry.

双级驱动半主动隔振系统的可调反共振频率控制器

赵勃1,2,史维佳1,2,王丙泉1,2,谭久彬1,2
1哈尔滨工业大学超精密光电仪器工程研究所,中国哈尔滨市,150080
2超精密仪器技术及智能化工业和信息化部重点实验室(哈尔滨工业大学),中国哈尔滨市,150080
摘要:在半导体制造业中,被控对象的动态模型通常是在运动控制前通过扫频方法获得。然而,现有隔离器不能很好隔离扫频时惯性力(频率在0 Hz和固有频率之间)对平台基座的干扰。本文提出一种用于双级驱动半主动隔振系统的可调反共振频率控制器。双级驱动半主动隔振系统具有显著的反共振特性,在一个特定频率—即所谓反共振频率—振幅可降至接近零。本控制器的设计目的是增加一个可调的控制器反共振频率,以充分利用这种独特的反共振特性。实验结果表明了本方案的可行性,闭环传递率从0 Hz到初始反共振频率小于−15 dB。此外,在附加反共振频率附近,闭环传递率小于−30 dB,可通过改变控制器参数实现附加反共振频率在0 Hz至初始反共振频率之间的调节。当平台基座受到脉冲扰动时,使用本文提出的控制器,有效载荷扰动幅度从4 mm/s衰减至0.5 mm/s,降低87.5%。同时,通过跟踪扫频干扰,系统可实时调整反共振频率点,获得良好隔振性能。这表明双级驱动半主动隔振系统和所提控制器可应用于保证超低振动环境,特别是在半导体制造业的扫频工作中。

关键词:半主动隔振;双级驱动;动态吸振;可调反共振频率控制器

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