H vibration control of active suspension for automotive application

Ahmet Kanbolat, Yoshifumi Okuyama, Fumiaki Takemori, Laszlo Gianone, Sandor Horvat, J. Bokor

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Abstract

This paper deals with simultaneous control of acceleration transmission, wheel load fluctuation, suspension deflection and sprung mass displacement. The control theory is based on the robust H control theory with the consideration of the modeling errors lumped into a unstructured uncertainty acting on the unperturbed plant. The design method is new and powerful for the electronic car suspension's control systems, as it presents a new method to the designers for the computation of a controller maintaining the robust stability while guaranteeing the performance in a wide frequency range, even in case the controller is applied to the actual plant. Additionally, it will be emphasized that the assumptions, (e.g. linear elements, rigid body) in the modeling step may lead to unrealistic control designs, and as an example the effect of the rigidity assumption on the behavior of the open loop system will be discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the SICE Annual Conference
Pages1341-1346
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1995
EventProceedings of the 34th SICE Annual Conference - Hokkaido, Jpn
Duration: júl. 26 1995júl. 28 1995

Other

OtherProceedings of the 34th SICE Annual Conference
CityHokkaido, Jpn
Period7/26/957/28/95

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Vibration control
Control theory
Controllers
Rigidity
Wheels
Railroad cars
Control systems
Robust stability
Uncertainty

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Kanbolat, A., Okuyama, Y., Takemori, F., Gianone, L., Horvat, S., & Bokor, J. (1995). H vibration control of active suspension for automotive application. In Proceedings of the SICE Annual Conference (pp. 1341-1346)

H vibration control of active suspension for automotive application. / Kanbolat, Ahmet; Okuyama, Yoshifumi; Takemori, Fumiaki; Gianone, Laszlo; Horvat, Sandor; Bokor, J.

Proceedings of the SICE Annual Conference. 1995. p. 1341-1346.

Research output: Conference contribution

Kanbolat, A, Okuyama, Y, Takemori, F, Gianone, L, Horvat, S & Bokor, J 1995, H vibration control of active suspension for automotive application. in Proceedings of the SICE Annual Conference. pp. 1341-1346, Proceedings of the 34th SICE Annual Conference, Hokkaido, Jpn, 7/26/95.
Kanbolat A, Okuyama Y, Takemori F, Gianone L, Horvat S, Bokor J. H vibration control of active suspension for automotive application. In Proceedings of the SICE Annual Conference. 1995. p. 1341-1346
Kanbolat, Ahmet ; Okuyama, Yoshifumi ; Takemori, Fumiaki ; Gianone, Laszlo ; Horvat, Sandor ; Bokor, J. / H vibration control of active suspension for automotive application. Proceedings of the SICE Annual Conference. 1995. pp. 1341-1346
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