27 August 2017 to 1 September 2017
RAI Congress Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

Soft Sensing Modeling of Rotor Displacements Based on Continuous Hidden Markov Model

28 Aug 2017, 13:15
1h 45m
Posters Area

Posters Area

Poster Presentation of 1h45m E4 - Levitation and Magnetic Bearings Mon-Af-Po1.05

Speaker

Yuemei Qin (Jiangsu university)

Description

In the traditional magnetic bearings, displacement sensors are used to estimate position of rotors, which increase size and cost of magnetic bearings, and decrease its dynamic performance. The soft sensing technology can not only solve the problems above, but also eliminate the mutual coupling of motion equations, which makes the design of controller easier. As a result, soft sensing technology for high speed and high precision occasion arouses wide public attention. Currently, a variety of soft sensing methods have been proposed, however, there are still some problems need to be solved, such as complexity of structure, strict requirements for controllers, excessive reliance on precise mathematical model, and so on. Thus, a soft sensing modeling based on continuous hidden Markov model (CHMM) is proposed in this paper. It has no additional signal input and signal processing circuits. Furthermore, it has higher prediction accuracy and shorter computing time than other machine learning soft sensing methods. Firstly, the structure and operation principle of a 3-degree-of-freedom hybrid magnetic bearing (3-DOF-HMB) are described, and the nonlinear mathematical model of the 3-DOF-HMB in large air-gap is derived by using equivalent magnetic circuit method. Secondly, combining the well prediction ability of CHMM, a position prediction model is built by collecting representative current-displacement data, meanwhile, basic Baum-Welch parameters revaluation formula is improved to optimize parameters of the CHMM prediction model. Then, a soft sensing credibility evaluation index is proposed for real-time monitoring. Finally, mean squared error (MSE) is taken as model evaluation index to compare the predictive ability of proposed CHMM and other soft sensing methods. The simulation results show that the MSE value of the CHMM prediction model is obviously smaller than that of other soft sensing models. The effectiveness of the proposed soft sensing method based on CHMM is verified by experiments.

Submitters Country China

Primary authors

Prof. Huangqiu Zhu (Jiangsu university) Hao Gu (Jiangsu University) Yuemei Qin (Jiangsu university)

Presentation Materials