Articles | Volume 10, issue 2
Research article
30 Oct 2019
Research article |  | 30 Oct 2019

Effects of friction models on simulation of pneumatic cylinder

Xuan Bo Tran, Van Lai Nguyen, and Khanh Duong Tran

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Subject: Dynamics and Control | Techniques and Approaches: Mathematical Modeling and Analysis
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Short summary
Friction is usually present in pneumatic cylinders and can make accurate simulation and position control of the pneumatic cylinders difficult to achieve. In this study, effects of three friction models: a steady-state friction model, the LuGre model, and the revised LuGre model on the motion simulation accuracy of a pneumatic cylinder are examined by both simulation and experiment. The results show that the revised LuGre model is the best for the pneumatic cylinder among the three friction model