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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2022 Vol.23 No.10 P.757-770

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.A2200367


Modeling the optimal compensation capacitance of a giant magnetostrictive ultrasonic transducer with a loosely-coupled contactless power transfer system


Author(s):  Tian LAN, Ping-fa FENG, Jian-jian WANG, Jian-fu ZHANG, Hui-lin ZHOU

Affiliation(s):  State Key Laboratory of Tribology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   wangjjthu@tsinghua.edu.cn

Key Words:  Rotary ultrasonic machining, Giant magnetostrictive transducer (GMT), Loosely-coupled contactless power transfer (LCCPT), Electromechanical equivalent circuit, Optimal compensation capacitance


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Tian LAN, Ping-fa FENG, Jian-jian WANG, Jian-fu ZHANG, Hui-lin ZHOU. Modeling the optimal compensation capacitance of a giant magnetostrictive ultrasonic transducer with a loosely-coupled contactless power transfer system[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2022, 23(10): 757-770.

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Abstract: 
The giant magnetostrictive rotary ultrasonic processing system (GMUPS) with a loosely-coupled contactless power transfer (LCCPT) has emerged as a high-performance technique for the processing of hard and brittle materials, owing to its high power density. A capacitive compensation is required to achieve the highest energy efficiency of GMUPS to provide sufficient vibration amplitude when it works in the resonance state. In this study, an accurate model of the optimal compensation capacitance is derived from a new electromechanical equivalent circuit model of the GMUPS with LCCPT, which consists of an equivalent mechanical circuit and an electrical circuit. The phase lag angle between the mechanical and electrical circuits is established, taking into account the non-negligible loss in energy conversion of giant magnetostrictive material at ultrasonic frequency. The change of system impedance characteristics and the effectiveness of the system compensation method under load are analyzed. Both idle vibration experiments and machining tests are conducted to verify the developed model. The results show that the GMUPS with optimal compensation capacitance can achieve the maximum idle vibration amplitude and smallest cutting force. In addition, the effects of magnetic conductive material and driving voltages on the phase lag angle are also evaluated.

采用松耦合非接触式电能传输装置的超磁致伸缩超声换能器最佳补偿电容

作者:兰天1,冯平法1,王健健1,张建富1,周辉林1,2
机构:1清华大学,机械工程系摩擦学国家重点实验室,中国北京,100084;2中国兵器工业导航与控制技术研究所,中国北京,100089
目的:具有松耦合非接触式电能传输装置(LCCPT)的超磁致伸缩旋转超声加工系统(LCCPT)可高效低损伤地加工硬脆材料。为实现超声加工的最大效率,GMUPS需要在谐振状态下工作,因此需要对系统进行电容补偿,以实现更大的超声振幅。
创新点:1.考虑系统机电耦合特性,建立GMUPS的最佳电容补偿模型,并在带载与不带载的情况下讨论模型的适用性;2.分析系统的相位滞后角的成因,并探讨电压与材料特性对相位滞后角的影响。
方法:1.在考虑GMUPS机械等效回路和电回路之间的相位滞后角的情况下建立系统机电等效模型,并加以推导,从而获得空载最佳电容补偿模型。2.考虑负载的影响,分析负载下系统阻抗特性的变化情况和系统的补偿方法。3.进行空载振幅测量实验和加工实验,以验证理论模型的有效性。
结论:1.无论是在空载状态下还是在加工过程中,采用最优补偿电容都表现出优越的性能。采用最优补偿电容时,系统可以获得最大振幅,同时在整个加工过程中切削力最小。2. LCCPT的使用和补偿电容的取值对系统的电路特性有显著的影响,而对机械谐振频率的影响很小。电谐振频率更接近机械谐振频率可以提高系统的振动性能。3.系统电回路与机械等效回路之间的相位滞后角导致最小电流频率与机械谐振频率之间存在差异。系统的相位滞后角与系统不必要的功率损耗直接相关。在系统达到磁饱和前,驱动电压对相位滞后角影响不大。导磁结构的材料特性会显著地影响相位滞后角。因此,选择在高频处损耗低的导磁材料可以有效地降低相位滞后角。

关键词:旋转超声加工;超磁致伸缩换能器;松耦合非接触式电能传输;机电等效电路;最佳补偿电容

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