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# Nguyen Van Quyen

## Hanoi University of Science and Technology

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Claim this Profile →DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-69610-8_56

2020

Study of the Effect of Friction on the Errors of the Stopping Position of the Automatic Tool Changer on CNC Machine Under Variable Relative Humidity Conditions

Nguyen Van Quyen

An automatic tool changer (ATC) is an important module on computer numerical control (CNC) machine, it determines the level of automation and flexibility of the machine. Accurate stopping at the position of the ATC during the tool change process would minimize the damage of the taper hole and ensure the machining quality of the product. In a CNC machine, the motion of ATC to the tool change position is performed by a pneumatic cylinder. Friction, in which its behavior is complex and depends on many factors such as pressure, velocity lubrication, etc., always embarrasses controlling of the position of the ATC. This paper presents the effect of friction on the stopping position error of the ATC on the CNC machine under conditions of relative humidity (RH) varying from 51% to 99%. The study results showed that the stopping position error of the pneumatic cylinder depends on the number of tools stored in the ATC and tends to increase when the relative humidity and the travel speed increased.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-91892-7_46

2021

Stability Control of Dynamical Systems Described by Linear Differential Equations with Time-Periodic Coefficients

Nguyen Van Quyen

DOI: 10.1007/s00419-018-1376-8

2018

Symbolic linearization and vibration analysis of constrained multibody systems

Nguyen Van Quyen

DOI: 10.1109/icsse.2017.8030967

2017

Robust control for buck converter based on optimization

Nguyen Van Quyen

This work develops a technique to design a feedback stabilizing control law for an unstable autonomous switched system. This method is analyzed and then applied to the DCDC buck converter when considering the uncertainty of the parameters in the model. Based on this model, a control law is design to allow the output voltage track a reference voltage when the load is changed. The control objective is to find the switching strategy where the state of the system converges to the equilibrium in the presence of the uncertainty of the system. The design problem is cast into an optimization problem which can be solved via the LMI toolbox in Matlab. The tracking error is bounded in a certain region. The simulation results using Simulink in Matlab are presented to validate the capability of the control system.

DOI: 10.1145/3191477.3191484

2018

Multi-Parametric Programming based Cascade Control System for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Nguyen Van Quyen

This paper considers the problem of cascade control system for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The proposed control structure is a hierarchical scheme including an offline model predictive control (MPC) based on multi-parametric programming (MPP) technique and trajectory generator using genetic algorithm (GA). Simulation results are presented to show the effectiveness of the proposed strategy.

DOI: 10.11591/ijece.v10i1.pp233-242

¤ Open Access

2020

Speed profile optimization of an electrified train in Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line based on pontryagin's maximum principle

Nguyen Van Quyen

An urban railway is a complex technical system that consumes large amounts of energy, but this means of transportation still has been obtained more and more popularity in densely populated cities because of its features of high-capacity transportation capability, high speed, security, punctuality, lower emission, reduction of traffic congestion. The improved energy consumption and environment are two of the main objectives for future transportation. Electrified trains can meet these objectives by the recuperation and reuse of regenerative braking energy and by the energy - efficient operation. Two methods are to enhance energy efficiency: one is to improve technology (e.g., using energy storage system, reversible or active substations to recuperate regenerative braking energy, replacing traction electric motors by energy-efficient traction system as permanent magnet electrical motors; train's mass reduction by lightweight material mass...); the other is to improve operational procedures (e.g. energy efficient driving including: eco-driving; speed profile optimization; Driving Advice System (DAS); Automatic Train Operation (ATO); traffic management optimization...). Among a lot of above solutions for saving energy, which one is suitable for current conditions of metro lines in Vietnam. The paper proposes the optimization method based on Pontryagin's Maximum Principle (PMP) to find the optimal speed profile for electrified train of Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line, Vietnam in an effort to minimize the train operation energy consumption.

DOI: 10.1177/1464419318779339

¤ Open Access

2019

A novel design of the dynamic vibration absorbers for damped main systems under torsional excitation using least squares estimation of the equivalent linearization method

Nguyen Van Quyen

Torsional vibration usually occurs in the working process of machines and equipment such as in transmission drive and working shaft of machine tool. To reduce this vibration, the dynamic balancing method and dual mass flywheel systems are applied. There are fewer researches that used the dynamic vibration absorber for reducing the torsional vibration. However, an analytical solution for designing the optimal parameters of dynamic vibration absorbers attached to the damped main system is found to be difficult and complicated. This paper proposes a novel idea to approximately replace an original damped main system by an equivalent undamped system using the least squares estimation of equivalent linearization method. An explicit closed-form expression of the optimal damping ratio and tuning parameters of dynamic vibration absorber are determined for the undamped main system under torsional excitation. The expressions are quite simple and have effective practical applications. Numerical results for time and frequency responses of the system are presented to reveal stronger effect and accuracy of the proposed solution on the damped main system. It is observed that the torsional vibration of the damped main system has been reduced significantly also in the resonant region. The proposed expressions of the optimal parameters are powerful tools for design dynamic vibration absorber to reduce the torsional vibration of rotary system such as the transmission and working shafts, etc.

DOI: 10.12928/telkomnika.v18i6.14913

¤ Open Access

2020

Radial basis function neural network control for parallel spatial robot

Nguyen Van Quyen

The derivation of motion equations of constrained spatial multibody system is an important problem of dynamics and control of parallel robots. The paper firstly presents an overview of the calculating the torque of the driving stages of the parallel robots using Kronecker product. The main content of this paper is to derive the inverse dynamics controllers based on the radial basis function (RBF) neural network control law for parallel robot manipulators. Finally, numerical simulation of the inverse dynamics controller for a 3-RRR delta robot manipulator is presented as an illustrative example.

DOI: 10.12928/telkomnika.v19i5.19525

2021

Energy-efficient speed profile: An optimal approach with fixed running time

Nguyen Van Quyen

Tracking the optimal speed profile in electric train operation has been proposed as an efficient and feasible solution for not only reducing energy consumption, but also no at costs to upgrading the existing railway systems. This paper focuses on finding the optimal speed profile based on Pontryagin's maximum principle (PMP) while ensuring the fixed running time, and comparing energy saving levels in the cases of applying or not applying PMP. The way to determine the fixed running time also differs from works published is to calculate the total trip time equal to scheduled timetable exactly. Calculating accelerating time t a , coasting time t c , braking time t b via values of maximum speed v h , braking speed v b of optimal speed profile. The other hands, v h and v b are determined by solving nonlinear equations with constraint condition: the running time equal to the demand time. Simulation results with data collected from electrified trains of Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line, Vietnam show that energy reduction for the entire route when PMP utilization is up to 8.7% and running time complied with scheduled timetables.

DOI: 10.15625/1813-9663/36/1/14557

¤ Open Access

2020

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DYNAMIC MODEL WITH A NEW FORMULATION OF CORIOLIS/CENTRIFUGAL MATRIX FOR ROBOT MANIPULATORS

Nguyen Van Quyen

The paper presents a complete generalized procedure based on the Euler-Lagrange equations to build the matrix form of dynamic equations, called dynamic model, for robot manipulators. In addition, a new formulation of the Coriolis/centrifugal matrix is proposed. The link linear and angular velocities are formulated explicitly. Therefore, the translational and rotational Jacobian matrices can be derived straightforward from definition, which makes the calculation of the generalized inertia matrix more convenient. By using Kronecker product, a new Coriolis/centrifugal matrix formulation is set up directly in matrix-based manner and guarantees the skew symmetry property of robot dynamic equations. This important property is usually exploited for developing many control methodologies. The validation of the proposal formulation is confirmed through the symbolic solution and simulation of a typical robot manipulator.

DOI: 10.17485/ijst/v14i23.602

¤ Open Access

2021

Energy — Efficient Operation in Subway Systems: Tracking Optimal Speed Profile with on Board Supercapacitor Energy Storage System

Nguyen Van Quyen

Objectives: To verify the energy efficiency operation of electrified trains on the certain metro line, in Vietnam by combining two solutions to recover regenerative braking energy with on-board supercapacitors and tracking the optimal speed profile. Methods: This study proposes an integrated optimization method: applying Pontryagin\'s maximum principle (PMP) finds the optimal speed profile with fixed running time and recuperating regenerative braking energy by designing the control method — Current Mode Control (CMC) to manage charge/discharge process of the on-board supercapacitor energy storage system (SCESS) tracking the optimal speed profile. Findings: With this approach, a considerable reduction in consuming energy obtained for Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line, Vietnam has been verified by simulation results on MATLAB and MAPLE software indicating that applying PMP, the highest operation energy saving is 10.15%, but if both solutions PMP and SCESS are applied, the energy saving level increases up to 14.7% in comparison with simulation results of the case of original speed profile. Novelty: Combining two energy saving solutions simultaneously: applying PMP to determine the optimal speed profile and using super-capacitors with CMC algorithm have recuperated the regenerative braking energy. The level of energy saving is higher than other saving solutions. Keywords Pontryagin\'s Maximum Principle, Supercapacitor Energy Storage System, Current Mode Control, EnergyEfficiency Operation, Timetable Optimization

DOI: 10.18488/journal.76.2020.71.20.26

¤ Open Access

2020

Dynamic Modelling of 3-RUS Spatial Parallel Robot Manipulator

Nguyen Van Quyen

Parallel manipulators are characterized as having closed-loop kinematic chains. Parallel robots have received increasing attention due to their inherent advantages over conventional serial mechanism, such as high rigidity, high load capacity, high velocity, and high precision. A definite advantage of parallel robots is the fact that, in most cases, actuators can be placed on the truss, thus achieving a limited weight for the moving parts, which makes it possible for parallel robots to move at a high speed. These advantages avoid the drawbacks on serial ones and make the mobile platforms of the parallel manipulators carry out higher performances. Therefore, parallel manipulators have been applied to the industrial manufacturing, flight simulation, medical resuscitation, and so on. The basis for model-based control of parallel manipulators is an efficient formulation of the motion equations. In this paper a formulation of the motion equations in redundant coordinates is presented for parallel manipulators. The fully coupled non-linear equations of motion of 3-RUS spatial parallel manipulator having 3 DOF with Revolute-Universal-Spherical joints are obtained by using the Lagrange equations with multipliers for constrained multibody systems.

DOI: 10.48084/etasr.3856

¤ Open Access

2020

Optimal Speed Profile Determination with Fixed Trip Time in the Electric Train Operation of the Cat Linh-Ha Dong Metro Line based on Pontryagin's Maximum Principle

Nguyen Van Quyen

The significant energy consumption for railway electric transportation operation poses a great challenge in outlining saving energy solutions. Speed profile optimization based on optimal control theory is one of the most common methods to improve energy efficiency without the railway infrastructure investment costs. The paper proposes an optimization method based on Pontryagin's Maximum Principle (PMP), not only to find optimal switching points in three operation phases: accelerating, coasting, braking, and from these switching points being able to determine the optimal speed profile, but also to ensure fixed-trip time. In order to determine trip time abiding by the scheduled timetables by applying nonlinear programming puts the Lagrange multiplier λ in the objective function regarded as a time constraint condition. The correctness and energy effectiveness of this method have been verified by the simulation results with data collected from the electrified trains of the Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line in Vietnam. The saving energy levels are compared in three scenarios: electrified train operation tracking the original speed profile (energy consumption of the route: 144.64kWh), train operation tracking the optimal speed profile without fixed-trip time (energy consumption of the route: 129.18kWh), and train operation tracking the optimal speed profile and fixed trip time (energy consumption of the route: 132.99kWh) in an effort to give some useful choices for operating metro lines.

MAG: 3164761390

2021

A novel method for determining fixed running time in operating electric train tracking optimal speed profile

Nguyen Van Quyen

Tracking the optimal speed profile in electric train operation has been proposed as a potential solution for reducing energy consumption in electric train operation, at no cost to improve infrastructure of existing Metro lines as well. However, the optimal speed profile needs to meet fixed running time. Therefore, this paper focuses on a new method for determining the fixed running time complied with the scheduled timetable when trains track the optimal speed profile. The novel method to ensure the fixed running time is the numerical-analytical one. Calculating accelerating time ta, coasting time tc, braking time tb via values of holding speed vh, braking speed vb of optimal speed profile with the constraint condition: the running time equal to the demand time. The other hands, vh and vb are determined by solving nonlinear equations with constraint conditions. Additionally, changing running time suit for each operation stage of metro lines or lines starting to conduct schedules by the numerical-analytical method is quite easy. Simulation results obtained for two scenarios with data collected from electrified trains of Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line, Vietnam show that running time complied with scheduled timetables, energy saving by tracking optimal speed profile for the entire route is up to 8.7%; if the running time is one second longer than original time, energy saving is about 11.96%.