Performance of PID-Fuzzy control for cab isolation mounts of soil compactors

Vanliem Nguyen1 , Renqiang Jiao2 , Vanquynh Le3 , Anhtan Hoang4

1, 2Hubei Polytechnic University, Huangshi City, China

1, 3, 4Thai Nguyen University of Technology, Thai Nguyen City, Vietnam

2Corresponding author

Mathematical Models in Engineering, Vol. 5, Issue 4, 2019, p. 137-145. https://doi.org/10.21595/mme.2019.21213
Received 7 December 2019; accepted 17 December 2019; published 31 December 2019

Copyright © 2019 Vanliem Nguyen, et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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Abstract.

To improve the soil compactor ride comfort, a combined control method of Fuzzy and PID control is proposed to control the cab isolation system of soil compactor based on the non-linear vehicle dynamic model. The vibration excitation sources are concerned by the vibrator drum and elastoplastic soil (EPS) interactions in the compression process. The power-spectral-density (PSD) and weighted root-mean-square (RMS) of acceleration responses of both the vertical driver’s seat and pitching cab angle are chosen as the objective functions. The research results show that both the PSD and weighted RMS values of the vertical driver’s seat and pitching cab angle are significantly reduced by using the PID-Fuzzy control under various EPSs in the low-frequency region, especially on the EPS with high-density.

Performance of PID-Fuzzy control for cab isolation mounts of soil compactors

Highlights
  • A combined control method of Fuzzy and PID control has successfully developed to control the cab isolation system of soil compactor.
  • The power-spectral-density (PSD) of the vertical driver’s seat and pitching cab angle is remarkably improved under various compaction conditions of the soil compactor, especially under a low-frequency.
  • The weighted root-mean-square (RMS) of acceleration responses of both the vertical driver’s seat and pitching cab angle is greatly reduced, thus, the driver’s ride comfort and health is significantly improved.
  • The PID-Fuzzy control not only improves the ride comfort of the soil compactor but also controls the cab shaking under various working conditions.
  • The research results also show that the PID-Fuzzy control is not only effective for vehicles moving on the rigid roads, but also effective for vehicles moving on off-road roads.

Keywords: soil compactor, cab isolation mount, PID-Fuzzy control, EPS ground.

1. Introduction

The soil compactor performance was evaluated not only by the compression efficiency of the vibratory drum on the soil, asphalt and other materials but also by the driver’s ride comfort [1, 2]. Therefore, in order to achieve the maximum excitation force of the vibrator drum, the drum-elastoplastic soil (EPS) interaction models were studied and analyzed [3, 4], the research results showed that the compression performance of the soil compactor was maximum at the excitation frequency region from 15-40 Hz of the vibratory drum [5], especially at a low frequency 28.5 Hz and high frequency 33 Hz of the vibratory drum [1, 3]. However, these vibration excitations transmitted to the driver via the cab isolation system were very high, so the driver’s feel was very uncomfortable. To solve this issue, to improve the cab isolation system was one of the most important problems.

The cab isolation system of the soil compactor equipped with the rubber mounts was analyzed and evaluated on the driver’s ride comfort [1]. The design parameters were then optimized to improve the ride comfort [6]. However, the weighted RMS values of the driver and cab were high under various working conditions, especially the cab shaking. Three cab isolation systems including rubber, hydraulic, and pneumatic mounts to increase the ride comfort were proposed [2]. The research results showed that the driver’s rider comfort and the cab shaking were significantly reduced by the cab isolation system used the hydraulic mounts in the low-frequency region. However, the vibrations of the vertical driver’s seat and cab pitch angle are still great in the moving condition of the vehicle according to the ISO 3615-1 [7]. Therefore, to reduce the vibration of the driver’s seat and cab, the cab hydraulic mount should be controlled.

The hydraulic mounts applied for engine isolation mount [8] were controlled to decrease the engine vibrations [9]. Besides, some construction vehicles cab using the hydraulic mounts [10, 11] were optimized and controlled to improve the ride comfort. However, the researches only concerned under the vibration excitations of the rigid road surface roughness. Nowadays, the combined control methods such as PID-Fuzzy [12, 13], Hinf-Fuzzy, or Skyhook-NFLC control [14, 15]were applied to control the damping forces for the semi-active suspension system or active suspension system of vehicles and seat. The results showed that the ride comfort was significantly increased by using the above control methods. Therefore, this paper, based the combined control method of the PID-Fuzzy, the cab isolation system equipped with the hydraulic mounts is controlled via the non-linear dynamic model of the soil compactor to improve the ride comfort. The performance of the cab hydraulic mounts with the PID-Fuzzy control is then evaluated via the power-special-density (PSD) and weighted root-mean-square (RMS) of acceleration responses of both the vertical driver’s seat and pitching cab angle under the various compression conditions of the drum-EPS interactions and in the low-frequency region of the soil compactor.

2. Materials and methods

2.1. Dynamic model and motion equations

Based on the actual structure of the soil compactor, a nonlinear dynamic model of a single drum vibratory roller with 7DOF is built to evaluate the control performance of the PID-Fuzzy control for cab isolation system equipped with the hydraulic mount (HM) [2, 6, 11], as plotted in Fig. 1.

Fig. 1. Dynamic model of soil compactor

Dynamic model of soil compactor

Where zs, zc, zf, zb and zd are the vertical displacements of the driver’s seat, cab, frame-front, frame-rear, and drum; φc and φb are the angular displacements of the cab and frame-rear; ms, mc, mf, mb and md are the mass of the driver’s seat, cab, frame-front, frame-rear and drum, respectively; Fs, Fci, Fd and Ft are the vertical dynamic forces of the vibration isolations of the seat, cab, drum and wheel, respectively; kse and ksp are the elastic and compression stiffness, and cse is the compression damper of the EPS; qt is the excitation of the terrain surface; lv is the distances of the vibratory roller, (i = 1, 2; v = s, c1, c2, b1; b2, d, t).

The motion equations of the soil compaction dynamic model are given by:

(1)
m s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m c 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m d 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I c 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I b z ¨ s z ¨ c z ¨ b z ¨ f z ¨ d φ ¨ c φ ¨ b = F s F c F b F f F d M c M b ,

where Fs=cs(z˙c+lsφ˙c-z˙s)+ks(zc+lsφc-zs), Fc=Fs-Fc1-Fc2, Fb=Fc1+Fc2-Ft-Fd;Ff=Fd;Fd=cd(z˙d-z˙f)+kd(zd-zf), Mc=Fsls+Fc1lc1-Fc2lc2, Mb=Fdld+Md-Ftlt-Fc1lb1-Fc2lb2.

The equation of the dynamic forces of cab hydraulic mounts is determined by [2]:

(2)
F c i = k r i z i + c r i z ˙ i + c i z ˙ i z ˙ i ,     c i = c h i , Passive , c h i + c c t r l i , Control ,

where chi is the damping values of HM; ks, kri and cs, cri are the stiffness and damping values of the seat suspension and the rubber of HM; cctrli is the control damping values of HM; zi is the relative displacements of HM are given by:

(3)
z 1 = z b - l b 1 φ b - z c + l c 1 φ c ,     z 2 = z b - l b 2 φ b - z c - l c 2 φ c .

To improve the driver’s ride comfort, the damping values of the HM is then controlled based on PID-Fuzzy control.

The equations of the excitation forces of the drum (Fd) and the wheel (Ft) are also determined as follows:

(4)
F d = c d z ˙ d - z ˙ f + k d z d - z f , F t = c t q ˙ t - z ˙ b - l t φ ˙ b + k t q t - z b - l t φ b ,

where kd, kt and cd, ct are the stiffness and damping values of drum’s rubber mount and wheel.

2.2. Vibration excitations of the soil compactor

In order to determine the vertical excitation forces from the road surface on the soil compactor, two types of excitations are chosen to simulate including:

Excitation of the wheel on the terrain surface: Under the compaction condition of the soil compactor, the vehicle often travels on the poor terrain surface of off-road terrain. Therefore, to determine the poor terrain surface, the PSD of the off-road terrain in the frequency range [16, 17] was used to calculate the spatial PSD of the terrain surface. According to the ISO proposal [18], the spectral density of the off-road terrain was given by:

(5)
Q n = Q n 0 n / n 0 - ω 0 .

According to the Gaussian random process, the terrain surface roughness could be calculated through the Fourier transformation as follow:

(6)
q t = i = 1 N 2 Q ( n ) i Δ n s i n i Δ ω t + ϕ i ,

where n is space frequency; n0 is reference space-frequency; Qn0 is the surface roughness coefficient; ω is the frequency index of the terrain surface; N is the number of intervals; ϕi is a random phase uniformly distributed from 0 to 2π. According to tho the Mitschke’s research results [19, 21], a poor terrain surface of off-road terrain with ω0 = 2.14, Qn0 = 3782.5×10-6 m3/cyc was used to determine the vibration excitation of the terrain on the wheel. The spectral density of the poor terrain surface in a low-frequency below 10 Hz is plotted in Fig. 2.

Excitation of the drum on the EPS: Based on the rigid drum-EPS interaction model in Refs. [6, 22], the characteristic of EPS was described by a plasticity factor ε=ksp/(ksp+kse) and a soil damping to plasticity ratio γ=cse/ksp . The excitation of the drum was then determined by:

In a vibration excitation cycle of the drum-EPS interaction, the motion of the drum on a soil patch of given density may exhibit, over each cycle of the drum, two or more often three distinct phases including (1) Loading phase: The gravel-soil ground is compressed by roller drum, the elastic stiffness and compression stiffness of the gravel-soil ground are then increased while the compression damper is decreased, (2) Unloading phase: The vibratory drum moves upward, the gravel-soil ground is then restored, and (3) Drum-Hope phase: The gravel-soil ground has become elasticity, the roller drum is easy to separate from the soil ground surface. In order to describe the relation of zd, ε and γ, the vibration equations of the drum on the EPS was given as follows:

(7)
ε γ m d z d + m d z ¨ d = ε c s e z ˙ d + k s p - ε k s p z d - ε γ F ˙ d - F d - ε γ ω F 0 c o s ω t - F 0 s i n ω t ,
m d z ¨ d = - F d - F 0 s i n ω t .

By combining Eqs. 4 and 7, we can determine the vibration excitation of the drum.

Fig. 2. The spectral density of a poor terrain surface

The spectral density of a poor terrain surface

2.3. Appling PID-Fuzzy control for cab isolation system

The proportional integral derivate (PID) control is one the controller not only simple structure but also robust performance. The PID’s transfer function is written by:

(8)
c c t r l = K p e t + K i 0 t e t d t + K d e ˙ t ,

where Kp, Ki and Kd are the proportional, integral and derivative parameters, respectively. The PID’s performance depends on the PID’s parameters which are chosen. The well-known Ziegler-Nichols technique is used to determine the optimal values of PID, but it is efficiency only when the system works at the designed operating condition [12]. In order to solve this problem, the proportionality factors of PID is controlled by the Fuzzy control as follows:

(9)
K p = K p ' × Δ K p + K p m i n , K i = K i ' × Δ K i + K i m i n , K d = K d ' × Δ K d + K d m i n , Δ K p = K p m a x - K p m i n , Δ K i = K i m a x - K i m i n , Δ K d = K d m a x - K d m i n ,

where Kp', Ki' and Kd' are the control parameters of the Fuzzy control in the variable ranges of the PID control of {KpminKp Kpmax}, {KiminKi Kimax} and KdminKd Kdmax.

The variable ranges of the PID control are chosen by 1000 ≤ Kp ≤ 10000, 100 ≤ Ki ≤ 1000, and 10 ≤ Kd ≤ 100, respectively [22], their values are then replaced into Eq. 9 as follows:

(10)
K p = 9000 × K p ' + 1000 , K i = 900 × K i ' + 100 , K d = 90 × K d ' + 10 .

By replacing Eq. 10 into Eq. 8, the PID’s transfer function is rewritten by:

(11)
c c t r l = 9000 × K p ' + 1000 e t + 900 × K i ' + 100 0 t e t d t + 90 × K d ' + 10 e ˙ t .

In order to find the optimal proportionality factors of Kp', Ki' and Kd', the Fuzzy control is used to control the model.

The Fuzzy control consists of Fuzzification interface (FI), Fuzzy inference system (FIS) and Defuzzification interface (DI). First, the crisp values in FI are transformed into linguistic variables (LVs). The FIS is then used by fuzzy rule in accordance with inference rule. Finally, the LVs are transformed back to crisp values through DI for use by the physical plant [13, 20]. This paper, the relative displacement and its velocity in Eq. 3 are considered as two input variables and they are denoted by E=et and EC=e˙(t), while the parameters of Kp', Ki' and Kd' are the output values, and the FLC-PID control model is shown in Fig. 3.

Fig. 3. PID-Fuzzy control model for subsystem

PID-Fuzzy control model for subsystem

The LVs of input variables are defined by the negative big and small (nb and ns), zero (z), positive big and small (pb and ps), and of output variables are small (s), medium small (ms), medium (m), medium big (mb), and big (b); and the membership functions for their variables are represented by a fuzzy set. The shape of membership functions is the Triangular function and their values are between 0 and 1.

The if-then rules are then applied to describe according to expertise experiences and the designer’s knowledge. The fuzzy rules are listed in Table 1 and written as follows:

R x : if E is Ax and EC is Bx then Kp' is Cx, Ki' is Dx and Kd' is Fx.

The FIS is selected by the minimum function and the centroid method of Mamdani [20]. This paper, we used the FIS of Mamdani for control system model.

Table 1. Control rules of PID-Fuzzy control [12]

K p '
E
K i '
E
K d '
E
EC
nb
ns
z
ps
pb
nb
ns
z
ps
pb
nb
ns
z
ps
pb
nb
m
mb
b
ms
s
s
s
m
mb
S
s
m
b
mb
b
ns
mb
m
m
m
ms
s
b
mb
ms
m
ms
s
m
m
s
z
m
s
s
s
m
ms
ms
s
m
mb
m
b
s
s
ms
ps
ms
m
ms
m
b
ms
s
m
mb
s
mb
ms
s
ms
ms
pb
s
ms
m
mb
mb
m
m
ms
s
s
ms
b
s
s
m

Table 2. The numerical values of the EPS

EPS
ε
k s p (N/m)
k s e (N/m)
c s e (Ns/m)
Low-density
0.34
6.44×106
12.5×106
70.0×103
High-density
0.87
283×106
42.3×106
37.1×103

3. Numerical simulation and result analysis

In compaction condition of the soil compactor, under the excitation force of the drum Fe=F0sin2πfon the EPS, the characteristics of the EPS was changed from the low to medium and high-densities [3]. The effect of the medium-density on the ride comfort was researched [1, 2, 12]. To evaluate the performance of PID-Fuzzy control, two types of the EPS with low and high-densities are chosen to simulate under the excitation drum 28 and 35 Hz at a speed 5 km·h-1. The numerical values of the EPS are listed in Table 2.

Fig. 4. Control results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS with low-density

Control results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS with low-density

a) Vertical driver’s seat

Control results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS with low-density

b) Pitching angle of cab

Fig. 5. Control results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS with high-density

Control results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS with high-density

a) Vertical driver’s seat

Control results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS with high-density

b) Pitching angle of cab

In order to analyze the performance of cab hydraulic mounts with PID-Fuzzy control, the reduction of the maximum PSD and weighted RMS accelerations of the vertical driver’s seat and pitching cab angle are calculated in [11, 21] are chosen as the objective functions. The simulation results of the PSD accelerations of the driver’s seat and pitching cab angle with the PID-Fuzzy control at the frequencies of the drum 28 Hz and 35 Hz under the EPS with the low and high-densities are shown in Figs. 4 and 5. Under the EPS with low-density, observing Fig. 4, we can see that the PSD values with the control are clearly reduced in comparison with the passive under all the excitations of the drum 28 and 35 Hz in the low-frequency region below 10 Hz. Especially a low-frequency range below 4 Hz, the maximum PSD values of the driver’s seat and pitching cab angle with the control are greatly decreased by 28 % and 30 % at an excitation 28 Hz; and by 38 % and 67 % at an excitation 35 Hz of the vibratory drum in comparison with the passive. Similarly, under the EPS with high-density, the maximum PSD values of the driver’s seat and pitching cab angle with the control are also smaller than the passive by 26 % and 60 % at an excitation 28 Hz; and by 29 % and 58 % at an excitation 35 Hz of the vibratory drum, especially the reduction of the PSD value of the pitching cab angle at both the EPS with low and high-densities, as listed in Table 3. Therefore, the driver’s health is significantly reduced by the cab hydraulic mounts using PID-Fuzzy control in the low-frequency region below 4 Hz.

Table 3. Maximum PSD values of the driver and cab

Excitation
Max-PSD
Low-density ground soil
High-density ground soil
Passive
Control
Reduction %
Passive
Control
Reduction %
28 Hz
PSDz
0.61
0.44
28 %
0.65
0.48
26 %
PSDφ
0.30
0.21
30 %
0.25
0.10
60 %
35 Hz
PSDz
0.64
0.40
38 %
0.66
0.47
29 %
PSDφ
0.30
0.10
67 %
0.26
0.11
58 %

Table 4. Reducing RMS values of PID-Fuzzy control

Reduction (Re.) %
Low-density
High-density
28 Hz
35 Hz
28 Hz
35 Hz
Re. az
26 %
31 %
32 %
20 %
Re. aφc
30 %
35 %
42 %
52 %

Fig. 6. Weighted RMS results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS

Weighted RMS results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS

a) Vertical driver’s seat

Weighted RMS results of PID-Fuzzy control on the EPS

b) Pitching angle of cab

Additionally, the performance of the PID-Fuzzy control is evaluated via the weighted RMS value on the ride comfort. The comparison and simulation results of the weighted RMS values of the driver’s and cab with the control are plotted in Figs. 6(a) and (b). Observing Fig. 6, both the weighted RMS values of the driver’s seat and pitching cab angle with the control are obviously reduced comparable with the passive under the various excitations of the drum and EPSs. The results in Fig. 6(a) and Table 4 show that the weighted RMS values of the vertical driver’s seat with the control are reduced by 26 % at 28 Hz and 31 % at 35 Hz of the excitation drum on the EPS with low-density; and by 32 % at 28 Hz and 20 % at 35 Hz of the excitation drum on the EPS with high-density in comparison with the passive. Similarly, the results in Fig. 6(b) and Table 4 also show that the weighted RMS values of the pitching cab angle with the control are also lower than the passive by 30 % at 28 Hz and 35 % at 35 Hz of the excitation drum on the EPS with low-density; and by 42 % at 28 Hz and 52 % at 35 Hz of the excitation drum on the EPS with high-density. Therefore, under various compression conditions of the excitation frequencies 28 Hz and 35 Hz of the vibratory drum and on the EPS with low and high-densities of the soil compactor, both the maximum PSD and weighted RMS values of the driver’s seat and pitching cab angle are strongly reduced by using the PID-Fuzzy control. It implies that the ride comfort of the soil compactor is significantly improved by the cab hydraulic mounts with the control.

4. Conclusions

This paper, the ride comfort of the soil compactor is studied based the PID-Fuzzy control for the soil compactor cab hydraulic mounts. The main conclusions can be given by:

The ride comfort of the driver is remarkably improved by the PID-Fuzzy control under various compaction conditions of the soil compactor, especially under a low-frequency region below 4 Hz.

Both the maximum PSD and weighted RMS values of the pitching cab angle are strongly reduced with the control under different operation conditions and on the EPS with low and high-densities, especially on the EPS with high-density. Consequently, the PID-Fuzzy control not only improves the ride comfort of the soil compactor but also controls the cab shaking under various working conditions.

The research results also show that the PID-Fuzzy control is not only effective for vehicles moving on the rigid roads, but also effective for vehicles moving on off-road roads.

Acknowledgements

This study is supported by Hubei Polytechnic University Teaching and Research Projects (No. 19XJK17R).

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