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While considerable progress has been made in friction compensation, this is, apparently, the first survey on the topic. In particular, it is the first to bring to the attention of the controls community the survey of industrial mathematics pdf maccluer contributions from the tribology, lubrication and physics literatures. By uniting these results with those of the controls community, a set of models and tools for friction compensation is provided which will be of value to both research and application engineers. The successful design and analysis of friction compensators depends heavily upon the quality of the friction model used, and the suitability of the analysis technique employed.

Consequently, this survey first describes models of machine friction, followed by a discussion of relevant analysis techniques and concludes with a survey of friction compensation methods reported in the literature. An overview of techniques used by practising engineers and a bibliography of 280 papers is included. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. The original version of this paper was not presented at any IFAC meeting. This paper was recommended for publication in revised form by Editor K. 1994 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

While considerable progress has been made in friction compensation, this is, apparently, the first survey on the topic. In particular, it is the first to bring to the attention of the controls community the important contributions from the tribology, lubrication and physics literatures. By uniting these results with those of the controls community, a set of models and tools for friction compensation is provided which will be of value to both research and application engineers. The successful design and analysis of friction compensators depends heavily upon the quality of the friction model used, and the suitability of the analysis technique employed. Consequently, this survey first describes models of machine friction, followed by a discussion of relevant analysis techniques and concludes with a survey of friction compensation methods reported in the literature. An overview of techniques used by practising engineers and a bibliography of 280 papers is included. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution.

The original version of this paper was not presented at any IFAC meeting. This paper was recommended for publication in revised form by Editor K. 1994 Published by Elsevier Ltd. While considerable progress has been made in friction compensation, this is, apparently, the first survey on the topic.

In particular, it is the first to bring to the attention of the controls community the important contributions from the tribology, lubrication and physics literatures. By uniting these results with those of the controls community, a set of models and tools for friction compensation is provided which will be of value to both research and application engineers. The successful design and analysis of friction compensators depends heavily upon the quality of the friction model used, and the suitability of the analysis technique employed. Consequently, this survey first describes models of machine friction, followed by a discussion of relevant analysis techniques and concludes with a survey of friction compensation methods reported in the literature. An overview of techniques used by practising engineers and a bibliography of 280 papers is included.