SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF A SOLENOID ACTUATOR FOR SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION SYSTEM
Location: AB1 231
Asst. Prof. Özkan Bebek, Özyeğin University
Asst. Prof. Barkan Uğurlu, Özyeğin University
Assoc. Prof. Evren Samur, BoğaziçiUniversity
Electromechanical solenoid actuators are widely used in industrial applications that require fast and linear motion. High velocities can be achieved in small stroke lengths; in turn the motion results with high-velocity impacts, which may cause excessive noise and create mechanical damage to the parts. fast motion. In this thesis, the solenoid actuator of a prototype urea injector has been controlled with sliding mode control (SMC) to archive soft landing to provide a longer life span to the product. To do that various test setup has been created to understand urea injector systems behaviors and control it accordingly. Soft landing achieved with the prototype urea injector with preserving the capability of spray pressurized fluid.
Mehmet Polat KÜNTÜZ received his bachelor’s degree in electric and electronic engineering from Özyeğin Üniversity in 2015. He has been pursuing his MSc degree in mechanical engineering under the supervision of Dr. Bebek at the robotics lab.