On Absolute Stability and Semi-Active Control of a Magnetorheological Fluid Vibration Suppression System
This paper treats the question of absolute stability and control of a two degree-of-freedom vibration suppression system. For the position control and vibration suppression of the payload, a magnetorheological (MR) fluid damper is chosen. First, it is shown that for any arbitrarily time varying input current, the system is absolutely stable. Then a nonlinear inverse (feedback linearizing) control law is designed.
Absolute stability; Feedback; Inverse problems; Linearisation techniques; Magnetorheology; Nonlinear control systems; Position control; Time-varying systems; Vibration control
Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering | Signal Processing | Systems and Communications
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Maganti, G. B.,
Singh, S. N.,
On Absolute Stability and Semi-Active Control of a Magnetorheological Fluid Vibration Suppression System.
18th International Conference on Systems Engineering. ICSEng 2005.