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Huiting Wen, Xiaolong Lu, Shiping Zhao, Xiaoyu Liu, Yang Yang, Song Leng, "Application of Compound Control Method Based on WOA in Micropositioning Stage of SICM", Complexity, vol. 2021, Article ID 5537998, 10 pages, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1155/2021/5537998

Application of Compound Control Method Based on WOA in Micropositioning Stage of SICM

Academic Editor: Zhihan Lv
Received05 Feb 2021
Revised09 Apr 2021
Accepted19 Apr 2021
Published30 Apr 2021

Abstract

Positioning accuracy of micropositioning stage in scanning ion conductance microscopy is the key to obtain high-precision scanning model. Most piezoelectric ceramic micromotion platforms are used for that, and hysteresis characteristics are the main reason for the nonlinear characteristics of piezoelectric ceramics and the influence on the control accuracy. In order to solve this problem, backpropagation algorithm based on whale optimization algorithm is used to model the hysteresis, which is directly used as a feedforward controller to compensate the hysteresis effect, and the robust adaptive moving average control method is used for feedback control. The results show that the hysteresis model of backpropagation algorithm based on the whale optimization algorithm can fit the hysteresis curve well, and the maximum fitting error is 0.2050 μm, only 0.256%. By adopting feedforward and feedback, feedforward robust adaptive moving average control algorithm decreases the hysteresis from 17.64% to 2.51%, which enables the output of the piezoelectric ceramic controller to track the expected displacement well and makes it possible to improve the scanning accuracy.

1. Introduction

Scanning ion conductance microscopy (SICM) [1], as a member of the scanning probe microscope (SPM) [2], has been developing for thirty years since 1989 and applied to many areas, such as surface topography measurement [3], nanoscale operation [4], cell volume measurement [5], cell mechanical properties research [6], and cell dynamics research [7]. It has been widely used in life science, medicine, materials science, nanofabrication, and other fields. SICM has edges on in situ noncontact scanning, real-time observation under physiological conditions, and scanning without sample pretreatment, especially on nondestructive testing of soft samples which make it become an important measurement tool for living biological samples in practical applications.

High-precision micro-nanoscale positioning is an important condition for 3D morphology reconstruction by SICM. In order to achieve this goal, nanoscale high-precision control of the piezoelectric ceramic actuator is required [8]. However, the hysteresis of piezoelectric materials results in a nonlinear relationship between the input voltage and output displacement, which seriously affects the positioning accuracy, and leads to the distortion of the scanned image of the samples. Therefore, corresponding compensation measures should be adopted to compensate and control the hysteresis characteristics, so that the output displacement can track the expected displacement well and realize high-precision sample scanning.

At present, there are mainly three methods for compensating the hysteresis of piezoelectric ceramics: charge control method, feedforward open-loop control based on the hysteresis inverse model, and closed-loop control based on feedback [9]. In practical applications, it is difficult to measure the charge directly, and we can choose to integrate the current instead of measuring the charge [10]. But the integration also causes the accumulation of errors, so the charge control method is not suitable for long-term application in the online control of piezoelectric ceramic drivers [11]. In the open-loop control, the inverse models of creep, vibration, and hysteresis are used in series to reduce the nonlinearity of the system. At the same time, the closed-loop control method based on feedback is widely used in the control field of piezoelectric actuator because it can effectively suppress unknown interference, correct model error, and improve tracking accuracy and other advantages.

All the above three control methods can compensate the error caused by hysteresis nonlinearity. However, the control accuracy and efficiency are not ideal when using a single control method. Wang Xiaodong et al. used the Duhem inverse model and PID as a control method, and the experimental results showed that the maximum fitting error was less than 0.2 μm [12]. Based on linear characteristics, Kuhnen et al. used adaptive law to identify the characteristics of the inverse observer and converted it into controller parameters, thus reducing the maximum linear error of the system by an order of magnitude [13]. Mynderse et al. proposed an inverse model as a feedforward, which did not need to know the expected trajectory in advance, and used linear quadratic regulator (LQR) as a feedback controller, to effectively reduce the compensated error and the hysteresis nonlinearity by 91.5% [14]. Yu Zhiliang et al. linearized the improved PI model for compensation of hysteresis characteristics and proposed a composite control algorithm combining feedforward and incremental PID algorithm. When the inputs are 10 Hz and 100 Hz amplitude-sinusoidal and equal-amplitude-sinusoidal curves, the model error was within 0.59% [15].

Because the feedforward open-loop control method cannot realize the steady state of the piezoelectric ceramic actuator, and feedback control cannot achieve the stability requirements of the system, in this paper, we adopt the combination of feedforward and feedback control, increase the system robustness and adaptive ability, and reduce the impact of uncertainty on the system, to realize the compensation for the characteristics of the piezoelectric hysteresis and accurate control of scanning probe in SICM.

2. Methods and Materials

In this section, for the model identification of piezoelectric ceramic system, the basic principle of backpropagation algorithm based on whale optimization algorithm applied in hysteresis polynomial modeling is introduced. For system control, the principle of moving average control, robust control, and feedforward robust adaptive moving average control (FRAMAC) is explained. The basic equipment and materials used in the experiment are described.

2.1. Backpropagation Algorithm Based on Whale Optimization Algorithm

Because of the hysteresis characteristic of piezoelectric ceramic actuator, the input and output of the system show a many-to-many relationship. In order to model and control, backpropagation algorithm is introduced to improve the original mapping relationship into one-to-one. The whale optimization algorithm is adopted to establish the polynomial model, and then we expand the input space, use the input voltage of the piezoelectric ceramics and the output displacement of polynomial hysteresis model as the input of the BP neural network and the actual output as the output of the BP neural network, and finally set up the hysteresis model of the piezoelectric drive.

2.1.1. Whale Optimization Algorithm

The whale optimization algorithm (WOA) was proposed by an Australian scholar Seyedali Mirjalili, which was inspired by whale foraging behavior, and a new metaheuristic optimization algorithm was proposed in 2016 [16]. WOA simulates the hunting behavior of humpback whales, as shown in Figure 1. When foraging, humpback whales will advance along the spiral path and create unique netted bubbles to surround the prey. This unique hunting behavior gives rise to a new intelligent algorithm to achieve the solution of the objective function [17, 18].

Whale optimization algorithm can be divided into three types of behavior: search for prey, encircle and shrink, and spiral update.

(1) Search for Prey. At this stage, humpback whales search randomly because there is no specific target prey and take the location of another humpback whale as the target location, which expands the search scope and achieves the goal of global search. This behavior is expressed by the following equation: where and are the coefficient vectors and calculated as follows:where represents the random vector in the interval [0,1], is the number of current iterations, is the maximum number of iterations, is the convergence factor, and its value decreases linearly from 2 to 0:

When , the humpback whale is in the stage of foraging. If , the humpback whale is in the phase of encircle and shrink or spiral update.

(2) Encircle and Shrink. During the encircle and shrink phase, humpback whales identify the location of their prey and surround it. Since the prey’s position is unknown at this time, we assume that the current optimal solution is the target prey, and let it approach the optimal solution. The equation is given by where is the current optimal solution. The humpback whale updates its position according to the current optimal solution , and the position around the optimal solution can be obtained by adjusting the value of and . Formula (7) allows humpback whales to appear anywhere near their prey.

(3) Spiral Update. When hunting prey, humpback whales approach the optimal whale position in a spiral path, calculate the distance between the whale and the prey, and then establish a spiral equation between the positions of the whale and the prey to simulate the spiral motion of humpback whales as shown in the following equation: where is the distance between the current position of humpback whale and the optimal solution, is the constant defining the shape of spiral curve, which is usually 1, and represents the random vector in the interval [0, 1].

In fact, humpback whales not only follow the spiral path to their prey, but also by means of encircle and shrink. The enclosing contraction behavior is realized by reducing the convergence factor in equation (5). When it linearly decreases from 2 to 0 with the number of iterations, is the random value in the interval []. The two behaviors are simulated at the same time. It is assumed that, during the optimization process, whales chose to surround the contraction path or spiral path with a 50% probability to update the position. The mathematical model is as follows:

The above equation represents a random number in the interval [0,1]. The latest position of the humpback whale can reach any position between the original position and the current best position.

2.1.2. Backpropagation Algorithm

In 1986, Professor David Runelhart et al. proposed the error backpropagation algorithm (BP algorithm). BP algorithm is generally multilayered, with a hidden layer between the input layer and the output layer. The hidden layer can be one or more layers. The algorithm of error backpropagation is adopted to adjust the weight. The topology mechanism is shown in Figure 2.

When the number of neurons in the input layer is , in the hidden layer is , and in the output layer is ., is input signal, , is the predicted value, is the connection weight of the input layer to the hidden layer, is the connection weight of the hidden layer to the output layer, and is the number of iterations; then, the algorithm steps of the BP neural network are as follows:Step 1: initialize the network, and select the random values between (−1,1) to assign weights and and the threshold values and .Step 2: calculate the input of the hidden layer :Step 3: the transfer function of the hidden layer is and then the output of the hidden layer is given byStep 4: calculate the output layer of the BP neural network :Step 5: according to the output response of the BP neural network with the actual output, the error and performance index of the output layer are as follows:Step 6: use reverse calculation to calculate the hidden layer error :Step 7: modify the and :Step 8: modify and :Step 9: , return to Step 2 for cyclic calculation until the modeling error is less than the expected error.

Backpropagation algorithm is a local optimal algorithm, and the convergence speed is slow. In order to obtain a more accurate hysteresis model, WOA is used to optimize the BP algorithm to establish a polynomial hysteresis inverse model of piezoelectric ceramic actuator after comparing various improved methods [1921].

2.1.3. Backpropagation Algorithm Based on Whale Optimization Algorithm

Whale optimization algorithm has the advantages of clear concept, easy implementation, and no need of gradient information. It has been widely used in many fields. Because of its good global searching ability, it is used to model the hysteresis polynomial of the PZT actuator. The flowchart of backpropagation algorithm based on whale algorithm is shown in Figure 3. The algorithm steps are as follows:Step 1: initialize the parameters, determine the population number N, the maximum number of iterations , and the fitness function.Step 2: calculate the fitness function value of each humpback whale to get the optimal fitness function value and its position vector.Step 3: calculate and get and according to equations (3) and (4).Step 4: if , update the position of the next generation according to equation (1).Step 5: if , update the position of the next generation according to equation (9).Step 6: calculate the error of the polynomial hysteresis model. If the optimization standard is met, go to the next step; if not, return to Step 3 for cyclic calculation.Step 7: initialize the network, and select the random values between (−1,1) to assign the weight values and and the threshold values and .Step 8: the forward propagation operation is adopted, and the expected output is obtained according to equation (12), and the error is calculated.Step 9: the backpropagation operation is adopted, and the network weight and threshold are corrected according to equations (15)∼(18).Step 10: , return to Step 8 for cyclic calculation until the error is less than the expected error.

2.2. Model Control

Feedforward control, moving average control, adaptive control, and robust control have their own advantages and applicable conditions. The research shows that if a single feedforward is used, the hysteresis characteristics of the system can be linearized to achieve the stability requirements, but not the steady state, so it is necessary to introduce a feedback. In the operation process of the piezoelectric ceramic actuator, the structure or parameters will change to some extent, which requires the use of the self-tuning method, through online identification to obtain parameters to update the control parameters. Because of the influence of external disturbance or uncertainty, such as noise, it is difficult for the system to return to the original equilibrium state. Therefore, by using robust control and adaptive control in the feedback controller, the original algorithm is improved and feedforward robust adaptive moving average control method is formed (FRAMAC), as shown in Figure 4.

In Figure 4, in order to reduce the effect of hysteresis nonlinearity on the output displacement, the hysteresis inverse model is generally used to linearize the hysteresis of piezoelectric ceramics. In this paper, a hysteresis polynomial inverse model with expected displacement as input and control voltage as output is established, and the inverse model is directly used as a feedforward controller to compensate the hysteresis effect of piezoelectric ceramics, thus eliminating the process of calculating the inverse hysteresis model. Then, the linearized hysteresis is controlled by a robust adaptive moving average controller, and a feedforward robust adaptive moving average control based on the inverse model of hysteresis polynomial is established.

2.2.1. Moving Average Control

Controlled autoregressive moving average (CARMA) model is used to describe the mathematical models for controlled processes. Consider the input/output model:

The moving average method can be adopted when the following four conditions are met: ② is the first polynomial, where the zero of the polynomial must be in the unit circle

In steady state, the steady-state variance of output data is adopted as the control objective function, and the performance index is where represents the mathematical expectation acting on the noise system.

Among other control methods, for example, minimum-variance controls design the output of the closed-loop system as a moving average of order . In the moving average control method, the output of the closed-loop system is designed to be of higher order, that is, the closed-loop poles are designed at the origin, among which .

The polynomial can be decomposed into , where represents a well damped zero, and in order to get the unique factorization form, we assume that is monic, where . Solve and from the following equation:

Then, the control law of moving average is as follows:

It can be seen from this

Among them, and . When and , there is no zero cancellation. In this paper, the robust adaptive moving average control of piezoelectric ceramics will also adopt this simplest form.

2.2.2. Robust Control

In the actual system, there are always external disturbances. When the adaptive moving average control method is adopted, the system is difficult to return to the original equilibrium state. For this reason, this paper adopts Youla parameterization to improve the robustness of the controller.

When we solve the Diophantine equation, we usually get infinite solutions. If the order of the controller is certain, the solution is unique. This paper makes use of the characteristic of the Diophantine equation, and the robustness of adaptive moving average control is improved by adding one degree of freedom. The main idea of this is to set small gain at the frequencies in which the process is uncertain. For example, it is useful to set zero gain at the Nyquist frequency, that is, . It can be also required that the gain be zero at frequency . It means thatis a factor of . In order to satisfy this condition, the order of the closed-loop system must be increased. The additional poles introduced are contained in the polynomial . We want to improve its robustness by setting zero gain at the Nyquist frequency and requiring that . To do this, we introduce one more closed-loop pole which makes stable. We choose

Polynomials Y can be arbitrarily chosen, and it can be of first order, . On the basis of Youla Parameterization, it gives

Because of , it gives

The robust controller is then characterized by

The robust adaptive moving average control is obtained as follows:where , , , and .

2.2.3. FRAMAC

Based on the above introduction, the steps of the FRAMAC algorithm are as follows:Step 1: the initial values , , and , are calculated by formula (26)Step 2: collect input voltage and output displacement Step 3: use WOA to establish the hysteretic polynomial inverse model of input voltage and output displacementStep 4: take the output displacement and input voltage of the hysteresis polynomial as the input of the BP neural network, and take the input voltage as the output to establish the hysteresis inverse model of the BP neural network based on WOAStep 5: calculate the estimated value by recursive least square method with forgetting factorStep 6: equation (22) gives the and Step 7: equation (27) gives the and Step 8: calculate the FRAMAC control according to formula (28)Step 9: , return to Step 2 for cyclic calculation

2.3. Experimental Facility

In order to verify the effectiveness of the FRAMAC Algorithm, the algorithm is verified on the piezoelectric ceramic micromotion platform and compared with the feedforward control algorithm, PID control algorithm, and feedforward PID feedback algorithm.

Figure 5 shows the physical diagram of the control system of the piezoelectric ceramic micropositioning stage. The experiment adopts P-621.ZCD produced by Germany Physik Instrumente Company (PI) with an open-loop resolution of 0.2 nm and a maximum displacement of . The piezoelectric controller uses E-727.3CD Digital Multi-Channel Piezo Controller produced by PI Company to provide displacement drive for piezoelectric ceramics, and open-loop mode is used, and the input voltage range is −20 V∼+120 V. The displacement sensor is D-E20.100 single-electrode capacitance position sensor made by PI Company. The dynamic resolution is less than 0.002%, and the static resolution is less than 0.001%. In this paper, the displacement sensor is used in the double range model and the measuring range is . The data acquisition card is NIUSB-6210 produced by National Instruments Company, and the whole control system is controlled by LabVIEW programming.

3. Experimental Verification

3.1. Hysteresis Data Acquisition

In this paper, a triangular waveform voltage value of 0-80-0V is applied. The input voltage frequency is 0.5 Hz, and the displacement is collected every 0.1 s to obtain 1000 sets of data. Input voltage and output displacement are shown in Figure 6. Then, the hysteresis curve of piezoelectric ceramics is shown in Figure 7.

From Figure 7, we can see the multifunction relationship of the input and the output, that is, the same input corresponds to different outputs, and the same output corresponds to different inputs. Among them, the width of the hysteresis loop, that is, the maximum difference of the displacement between the rising curve and the descending curve, is 14.109, and the hysteresis value is 17.64%. This is due to the fact that piezoelectric ceramics as solids of ferroelectric materials possess the commonness of ferroelectric materials, that is, hysteresis nonlinearity [22].

3.2. The Modeling Results

In order to compare with other algorithms, the population size of the WOA is set as 30, and the final iteration number is set as 30. The input layer, hidden layer, and output layer of the BP neural network are 1, 1600 of 1000 ascending data and 1000 descending data are randomly selected as training data, and the other 400 data are model test data. The number of iterations is 100, the learning rate is 0.1, and the target rate is 0.00001. Because the test data are randomly selected, the average of the fitting error of 20 times is taken as the fitting error of backpropagation algorithm based on whale optimization algorithm. The identification results are shown in Figure 8, and the error sum of squares and the maximum displacement error of the hysteresis model are shown as follows:

The BP neural network algorithm based on WOA shows the optimal identification effect in both the error sum of squares and the maximum error, the error sum of squares is 0.3991, and the maximum error is , which is 42.69%–77.42% lower than the common algorithm.

3.3. Verification of Control Algorithm

Feedforward control, PID feedback control, feedforward composite PID algorithm control, and FRAMAC algorithm are, respectively, used to control the system, the result of the FRAMAC algorithm is shown in Figure 9, and the control results are compared in Table 1.


Control algorithmFeedforwardPIDFeedforward composite PIDFRAMAC

Error sum of squares181.262059.340723.962619.9973

It can be seen from Table 1 that the positioning error of the microplatform is the largest when only feedforward control is adopted because feedforward can only approximately linearize the hysteresis characteristic, unable to realize the requirement of steady state. Due to the disadvantages of PID feedback control, such as slow response speed, large overshooting, and poor anti-interference ability, it will produce certain positioning error. The feedforward composite PID feedback control method greatly reduces the positioning error and realizes the steady-state control of the linearized system. The error of the combined feedforward and feedback control method is much less than that of the single feedforward or feedback control method, which can achieve the goal of stable control when the system parameter changes and external disturbance acts on the system. At this time, the maximum difference of displacement between the ascending curve and the descending curve is 2.004 μm, only 2.51%. Therefore, in practical application, SICM microplatform scanning with this method has obtained higher probe positioning accuracy.

4. Conclusion

The positioning accuracy of the probe will directly affect the accuracy of the sample scanning. Based on the hysteresis model of the micromotion platform, this paper conducts an in-depth study on the control method. According to backpropagation algorithm based on whale optimization algorithm, the traditional analytical method is abandoned to calculate the hysteresis inverse model. The output displacement of the piezoelectric ceramic controller is taken as the input, and the input voltage is taken as the output. The hysteresis inverse model is directly established as the feedforward of the system. The moving average control method is improved by adaptive technology and robust technology, and the influence of “uncertainty” and external disturbance on the positioning accuracy of piezoelectric ceramics is effectively reduced. The FRAMAC algorithm is formed, and the effect of hysteresis characteristics on the piezoelectric ceramic control is effectively reduced. The maximum displacement difference between the rising curve and the falling curve is 2.004 μm, and the hysteresis decreases by 15.13% to 2.51%. Through experimental verification, the error of the FRAMAC method is far less than that of the widely used PID, which solves the shortcoming of large positioning error of the piezoceramics control probe, improves the positioning accuracy of the probe in the experimental process, and creates conditions for the high-precision scanning of samples.

Data Availability

The data used to support the findings of this study are available from the corresponding author upon request.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.

Acknowledgments

This work was supported by Grant 2014GZ0131 (Sichuan Science and Technology Research Project).

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