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The actuator includes an outer frame 12 formed of a mounting end plate 14 and a pivot end plate 16 connected by two stiff side members 18, 20. An inner frame 22 is provided, similarly formed of a displacement end plate 24 and a pivot end plate 26 connected by two stiff side members 28, 30. A first electrically-stimulated, i.e., active, expansion element, such as a piezoelectric stack 32, shown only schematically in the figures, is connected between the mounting end plate 14 of the outer frame 12 and the pivot end plate 26 of the inner frame 22, while a second active expansion element such as a piezoelectric stack 34, also shown only schematically in the figures, is connected between the pivot end plate 16 of the outer frame 12 and the displacement end plate 24 of the inner frame 22. The width of the end plates 24, 26, of the inner frame 22 are more narrow than that of the end plates 14, 16, of the outer frame 12, such that the inner frame can be slid within the outer frame to accommodate these dual-frame stack connections.
The unstimulated length of each stack, including its end plate and endcap, preferably is equal to the distance between the frame endplates which that stack abuts. A pre-load spring is preferably provided connected to bias the first and second longitudinal span members in a state of compression. In other preferred embodiments, the first and second frames are each of a frame material characterized by a specific modulus that is greater than a specific modulus characteristic of each of the first and second longitudinal span members. The class of active, i.e., electrically-stimulated, elements are for many applications preferred because active materials are generally characterized by reasonably high energy densities and large actuation bandwidth capabilities. Indeed, the example actuator designs illustrate that typically, an actuator configuration ultimately is limited to provide only one of low weight, high bandwidth, large stroke, or linearity performance advantages, but cannot well-address all four of these performance criteria will simultaneously meeting mass efficiency goals.
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For example, electrostrictive ceramics, having a low energy density and high degree of actuation nonlinearity relative to other active materials, may be less desirable in some actuation applications. Similarly, the limited bandwidth as well as technical immaturity of shape memory ceramics relative to other active materials may render shape memory ceramics less desirable for some actuation applications.
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While a piezoelectric ceramic stack structure indeed is characterized as an active actuation element having a high energy density, as well as a very high bandwidth, a piezoelectric stack structure is typically limited to only a relatively small stroke. Referring to FIG. Parches de morfina para el dolor de espalda . 2A, this linear stroke amplification can be geometrically defined based on a representation of the frame configuration as a truss structure 25, with the mounting end plate of the outer frame grounded, the stacks providing horizontal members, each of a stack length, ls, the frames interconnecting ends of the stacks, each frame of a frame length, lf, and with the roller pin or other hinge mechanism providing a cross member of constant height, hnom, between the frames’ centerlines at their pivot ends.
As a result, the stroke amplification mechanism is very nonlinear, i.e., the stroke amplification factor changes during one stroke cycle. As can be recognized, a retaining mechanism can be provided in conjunction with the pin to constrain the pin from slipping out between the frames along its longitudinal axis. Electromechanical actuators are employed in a wide array of engineering systems, ranging from aerospace and automotive applications to microfabrication and printing applications. For critical actuator applications, e.g., aerospace applications, it is generally preferred that a conventional bond layer piezoelectric stack configuration be employed, because the shortened fatigue life associated with co-fired stacks is deemed for these applications to be a greater risk than are performance losses due to compliance of bond layer stacks. In general, it is preferred that actuator size and amplification design selections be made with full appreciation of the buckling and compliance characteristics of a selected stack configuration.
Although this actuator provides a very effective stroke amplification mechanism, its lever design is inherently compliant, i.e., inefficient, in that it tends to bend against a load as the lever extends. Based on this general discrete, active-element actuation mechanism, an actuator can be characterized by the level of energy it adds to or removes from the system in which it operates during the actuation stroke.
Alternative to a loose rolling mechanism, one of the pivot end plates can be provided with a cylindrical edge feature or other member that provides a rolling or hinge pivot point. In one class of discrete actuators, an active element, i.e., an element that is actively stimulated by, e.g., electrical, magnetic, or thermal stimulus, is provided to generate the desired force, and a support frame or other member configured with the active element is provided to translate relative motion of the active clement to a stroke having a related force for delivery to the load. Here a piezoelectric stack is connected to a rigid support at one end and connected through a flexible member to a hinged fulcrum and lever structure at its other end.
One discrete actuator employing an amplified-stroke ceramic stack configuration has been proposed by Kimura et al., in U.S. First and second expansive elements are provided, each having a longitudinal axis along which dimensional strain can be induced in response to an applied stimulus, and each extending in a state of compression between the first and second frames such that a stimulated change in each expansive element length reacts against a proximal end of one of the first and second frames to induce pivoting of the first and second frames relative to each other, resulting in extension of the second frame distal end with respect to the first frame distal end in a direction transverse to the longitudinal axes of the expansive elements. In this scenario, a controller is connected in a feedback loop between the displacement sensor and the expansive elements for controlling the stimulus applied to each of the expansive elements to produce a desired displacement of the load.
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At least one of the first and second longitudinal span members is an expansive element having a longitudinal axis along which dimensional strain can be induced in response to an applied stimulus. Preferably, a longitudinal axis of each of the side members of the second frame is at a preselected angle from the longitudinal axis of the first longitudinal span member, and a longitudinal axis of each of the side members of the first frame is at the preselected angle from the longitudinal axis of the second longitudinal span member. Accordingly, the invention provides an actuator having two frames, each frame including a distal end member, a proximal pivot end member or proximal end pivot point, and at least two elongated side members connected between the distal end member and the proximal pivot end member of that frame. Given that piezoelectric stacks typically operate over a strain range of between about zero and about 1650×10-6, the corresponding maximum change in the amplification factor is only about 0.08% over the entire range of induced strain.