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“…Then, some proposals directly account for the motion dynamics by including a model of the mechanical subsystem. These are based on traditional state observers, such as slidingmode observers [17], or Kalman filter extensions for nonlinear systems [18], [19]. Nonetheless, these observers still neglect certain electromagnetic phenomena, most notably the magnetic hysteresis.…”
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“…Then, some proposals directly account for the motion dynamics by including a model of the mechanical subsystem. These are based on traditional state observers, such as slidingmode observers [17], or Kalman filter extensions for nonlinear systems [18], [19]. Nonetheless, these observers still neglect certain electromagnetic phenomena, most notably the magnetic hysteresis.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…State-of-the-art self-sensing techniques for reluctance actuators mainly exploit three physical quantities: the back-induced voltage of the actuator during motion [8,9], the differential respectively the incremental inductance [5,[10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23] as well as the eddy current losses [24][25][26][27]. Methods based on the back-induced voltage usually apply an observer for position tracking.…”
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“…Inspired by the success of sensorless control for rotating machines, similar approaches arose also for solenoid actuators. In particular, the works [10,11] show the observer approach applied to solenoids while the works [3,12] show the successful application of the injection-based approach. Nevertheless, the injection-based techniques suffer from several disadvantages: due to the injection of an harmonic signal into the actuator, a considerable acoustic noise as well as a force ripple is generated while power losses inside the system are increased.…”
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