|Statement||presented at the 1987 ASME design technology conferences--11th Biennial Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise, Boston, Massachusetts, September 27-30, 1987 ; sponsored by the Technical Committee on Vibrations and Sound of the Design Engineering Division, ASME ; edited by D.J. Inman, J.C. Simonis.|
|Contributions||Inman, D. J., Simonis, J. C., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Vibrations and Sound Committee.|
|LC Classifications||TA355 .C67 1987a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||87072405|
This section presents an overview of controller algorithms for active vibration and noise control systems. In general, the controllers are designed for two different tasks: tracking a trajectory or rejecting disturbances. For active vibration suppression systems, the task is the rejection of external disturbances and reduction of vibration by: 2. Passive vibration control solutions like tuned vibration absorbers are often limited to tackle a single structural resonance or a specific disturbance frequency. Active vibration control systems can overcome these limitations, yet requiring continuously electrical energy for a sufficient performance. Thus, in some cases, a passive vibration control system is still : Dirk Mayer, Sven Herold. An advanced look at vibration analysis with a focus on active vibration suppression As modern devices, from cell phones to airplanes, become lighter and more flexible, vibration suppression and analysis becomes more critical. Vibration with Control, 2 nd Edition includes modelling, analysis and testing methods. New topics include metastructures. Book PDF Available. Vibration Control of Active Structures, An Introduction, began to be used for vibration isolation and active vibration suppression. As a rule, the analysis of the work.
vibration control and active vibration suppression presented at the asme design technology conferences - 11th biennial conference on mechanical vibration and noise boston, massachusetts september 27 - 30, sponsored by the technical committee on vibrations and sound of the design engineering division, asme edited by session developer d. In earthquake engineering, vibration control is a set of technical means aimed to mitigate seismic impacts in building and non-building structures. All seismic vibration control devices may be classified as passive, active or hybrid where: hybrid control devices have combined features of active and passive control systems. A host of the researchers have used the approach of modal sensor and modal actuator  for active vibration control but in this paper, the vibration . An advanced look at vibration analysis with a focus on active vibration suppression. As modern devices, from cell phones to airplanes, become lighter and more flexible, vibration suppression and analysis becomes more critical. Vibration with Control, 2nd Edition includes modelling, analysis and testing methods. New topics include metastructures 2/5(1).
About this journal. The Journal of Vibration and Control is a peer-reviewed journal of analytical, computational and experimental studies of vibration phenomena and their control. The scope encompasses all linear and nonlinear vibration phenomena and covers topics such as: vibration and control of structures and machinery, signal analysis, aeroelasticity, neural networks, . Vibration suppression is the practice of using damping, isolation or a cancellation solution to reduce or eliminate vibrations that would otherwise result in loss of performance or limit the useful life of a ng the most challenging problems related to vibration suppression is what Sorbothane® was invented for. A hybrid control scheme for vibration reduction of flexible spacecraft during rotational maneuvers is investigated by using variable structure output feedback control (VSOFC) for attitude control and smart materials for active vibration suppression. The proposed control design process is twofold: design of the attitude controller using VSOFC Cited by: A conference paper by Tokhi et al. 7 presents their investigation into the development of an active control system for noise cancelation and vibration suppression within an adaptive or self-tuning control framework. They have used a single-input multiple-output (SIMO) control structure, as an active noise control system, for optimum cancelation.