Mechanics & Industry
Volume 22, 2021
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Published online||08 March 2021|
A type of symmetrical differential lever displacement amplification mechanism
Key Laboratory of Process Monitoring and System Optimization for Mechanical and Electrical Equipment, Huaqiao University, Fujian Province, PR China
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Accepted: 16 January 2021
The paper proposes a type of symmetrical flexure hinge displacement amplification mechanism, which is based on the differential lever to effectively improve the displacement output stroke of the PZT and reduce the additional displacement. In addition to describes the working principle of the differential displacement amplification, it establishes the semi-model of the micro-displacement amplification mechanism according to the symmetrical structure. The stiffness, displacement loss, and natural frequency of the amplification mechanism are simulated by finite element analysis (FEA). Simultaneously, build the mathematical model of amplification ratio to obtain the optimal driving frequency when the natural frequency is 930.58 Hz. The maximum output displacement of the designed mechanism is 313.05 µm and the amplification ratio is 6.50. Due to the symmetrical structure, the output additional displacement of the whole amplification mechanism is small.It provides a scientific basis for further improving the positioning accuracy of the micro/nano drive control system.
Key words: Flexure hinge / symmetrical differential lever / displacement amplification mechanism / finite element analysis
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