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“Analysis of Offshore Knuckle Boom Crane - Part Two: Motion Control”

Authors: Morten K. Bak and Michael R. Hansen,
Affiliation: University of Agder
Reference: 2013, Vol 34, No 4, pp. 175-181.

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Keywords: Hydraulic crane, system design, directional control valve, bandwidth, ramp time

Abstract: In this paper design of electro-hydraulic motion control systems for offshore knuckle boom cranes is discussed. The influence of the control valve bandwidth along with the ramp time for the control signal are investigated both analytically with simplified system models and numerically with an experimentally verified crane model. The results of both types of investigations are related to general design rules for selection of control valves and ramp times and the relevance of these design rules is discussed. Generally, they are useful but may be too conservative for offshore knuckle boom cranes. However, as demonstrated in the paper, the only proper way to determine this is to evaluate the motion control system design by means of simulation.

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DOI forward links to this article:
  [1] Witold Pawlus, Martin Choux and Michael R. Hansen (2016), doi:10.4173/mic.2016.1.1
  [2] Witold Pawlus, Fred Liland, Nicolai Nilsen, Søren Øydna, Geir Hovland and Torstein K. Wroldsen (2016), doi:10.2118/184406-PA


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BibTeX:
@article{MIC-2013-4-2,
  title={{Analysis of Offshore Knuckle Boom Crane - Part Two: Motion Control}},
  author={Bak, Morten K. and Hansen, Michael R.},
  journal={Modeling, Identification and Control},
  volume={34},
  number={4},
  pages={175--181},
  year={2013},
  doi={10.4173/mic.2013.4.2},
  publisher={Norwegian Society of Automatic Control}
};

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