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Smart Suspension System for Linear Guideways

  • Dominik Pisarski
  • Czeslaw I. Bajer
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Abstract

This paper presents a new method for the semi-active control of the span system of linear guideways subjected to a travelling load. Two elastic beams are coupled by a set of controlled dampers. The relative velocity of the spans provides an opportunity for efficient control via semi-active suspension. The magnitude of the moving force is assumed to be constant by neglecting inertial forces. The response of the system is solved in modal space. The full analytical solution is based on the power series method and can be given over an arbitrary time interval. The control strategy is formulated by using bilinear optimal control theory. As a result, bang-bang controls are taken into account. The final solution is obtained as a numerical mean value. Several examples demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed method. The controlled system outperforms passive solutions over a wide range. Due to the simplicity of its design, the presented solution should be interesting to engineers.

Keywords

Semi-active control Smart suspension system Vibration control Linear guideway Moving load 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Fundamental Technological ResearchPolish Academy of SciencesWarsawPoland
  2. 2.The Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery EngineeringWarsaw University of TechnologyWarsawPoland

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