In this paper, we sought to develop an efficient controller for vibration reduction in a fully clamped plate. We investigated two control methodologies (positive velocity feedback and H ∞ control) and two types of actuators (an inertial actuator and a distributed strain actuator). These were used to develop four control architectures. Both theoretical and experimental studies were undertaken with varying results. The best theoretical results were obtained when H ∞ control was used in conjunction with a distributed strain actuator. Experimentally, the H ∞ controller using the distributed strain actuator outperformed the others.
Journal of Sound and Vibration – Elsevier
Published: Apr 6, 2005
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