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Ajinkya Latkar

Application of Voltage Input Shaping


Algorithm to Reduced Order Model (ROM)
of Nano-wires
( )
2
4 2 2
4 2 2
0


,

2
L
u u u EA u u
EI A c dx N F x t
x t t L x x

(
c c c c c
| |
+ + = + +
(
|
c c c c c
\ .
(

}
Governing Equation for a fixed-fixed nanobeam:

0

0

x x L
x x L
u u
u u
x x
= =
= =
c c
= = = =
c c
Normalized Version:
( )
( )
2
2
2
2
2 1

cos( )


1 1

cos

h
2
DC AC f
e
cir
V V t
g R u
g R u R
R
U C
F V
L u L u
tc e

c c
= = =
c
+
( + | |
+
| (
\ .

c
' '
0 1 0 1
| | | | 0
x x x x
u u u u
= = = =
= = = =
4
AL
T
EI

=
4 2 2 4
1 2
2

, , , ,
2
f f
cL Ag NL L
c N T
EIT I EI g EI
c
o o e e = = = = =



Reduced Order Model
1
( , ) ( ) ( )
m
i i
i
u x t x u t |
=
=

Where
With the boundary conditions as

' '
0 1 0 1
| | | | 0
x x x x
| | | |
= = = =
= = = =
( ) ( )
3 1
1 3 3 1 1 3
3 1 1 3
cos cosh
cosh cos sinh sin
sinh sin
i i
i i i i i i i
i i i i
x x x x
| |
| | | | | | |
| | | |
(

= +
(


Where
The solution is assumed to be of the form:
The solution to the midpoint behaviour can is obtained by substituting x as 0.5 in the solution to
The ROM method yields a semi analytical solution, as arrays of displacement
and velocity against a time array.
System Parameters and Dynamics:
R = 25*10^(-9) m
L = 3000*10^(-9) m
g = 300*10^(-9) m




At V=20 volts
Pull-in voltage for this system configuration = 143.69 V
Micropositioning algorithm applied to this model
General Displacement-Time Input Shaping Algorithm applied to this model