Sliding-mode control for coal shearer drum height adjustment based on variable speed reaching law

Wenli Li, Shuaishuai Ge, Rui Zhao, Jianbo Li, Yongkang Liu, Zhen Wang
2020 Journal of Vibroengineering  
Aiming at the shortcomings of the automatic height control of the existing coal shearer drum, the control strategy of the coal shearer drums height adjustment sliding mode based on the variable speed reach law is proposed. Firstly, the mathematical model of the coal shearer height-adjusting cylinder is established, and the sliding mode switching function and its derivative including the deviation variable are derived. The exponential approaching law sliding mode controller is designed.
more » ... designed. Secondly, the hydraulic simulation of the drum height is established. The model compares and analyzes the control effects of traditional PID control and exponential approach law sliding mode control. The results show that the exponential approach law sliding mode control is superior to PID control in signal tracking dynamic response and steady state error; when the coal shearer is under load, the height of the drum under control of the exponential approaching law is basically unaffected; finally, the method of shifting the approaching law of dynamically adjusting the arrival speed by the fuzzy parameter optimization strategy is used to adjust the drum height. The simulation results show that compared with the traditional control method, the coal shearer control mode of the coal shearer drum based on the variable speed reach law not only ensures faster response speed and higher control precision, but also effectively reduces system chattering. Improve the reliability of the coal shearer cutting drive system. Jianbo Li is a graduate student for a Master's degree in vehicle engineering. Now he works at School of Vehicle Engineering, Chongqing University of Technology, Chongqing, China. Jianbo Li in this paper searched resources. Yongkang Liu is a graduate student for a Master's degree in vehicle engineering. Now he works at School of Vehicle Engineering
doi:10.21595/jve.2020.21223 fatcat:w6goh4qrhngyrecmnwbzmikb3u