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Simulation of dynamics-coupling in piezoelectric tube scanners by reduced order finite element analysis

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Maess, Johannes ; Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, University of Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 9, 70550 Stuttgart, Germany ; Fleming, Andrew J. ; Allgower, F.

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Piezoelectric tube scanners are widely used in scanning probe microscopes to position the sample or the probe. Fast and accurate scanning requires the suppression of dominant low-frequency resonances as well as the compensation of dynamics-coupling effects. The present article gives a detailed description of the fully coupled tube scanner dynamics over a wide frequency range modeled by finite element (FE) analysis using the commercially available software package ANSYS. The effect of a sample mass attached to the top of the tube is investigated by considering its added mass and local stiffening. A model order reduction scheme is applied to obtain a low order model that describes the lateral and vertical deflections as well as the voltage induced on quadrant electrodes. Comparison to experimental data demonstrates a good agreement for both the full FE model and reduced order model.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:79 ,  Issue: 1 )