A VARIABLE-GAIN CONTROLLER APPLIED TO NONLINEAR ACTIVE VEHICLE SUSPENSION – DISTURBANCE ESTIMATION APPROACH

K.A. Tahboub∗

References

  1. [1] S.-J. Huang & H.-C. Chao, Fuzzy logic controller for a vehicle active suspension system, Proc. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D, 214, 2000, 1–12. 258
  2. [2] N. Jalili & E. Esmailzadeh, Optimum active vehicle suspension with actuator time delay, Trans. ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and Control, 123, 2001, 54–61.
  3. [3] M.-M. ElMadany & M.-I. Al-Majed, Quadratic synthesis of active controls for a quarter-car model, Journal of Vibration and Control, 7, 2001, 1237–1252.
  4. [4] G. Buckner, K. Schuetze, & J. Beno, Intelligent feedback linearization for active vehicle suspension control, Trans ASME Journal of Dynamics Systems Measurement and Control, 123, 2001, 727–733.
  5. [5] S.-H. Lee, U.-K. Lee, & C.-S. Han, Enhancement of vehicle handling characteristics by suspension kinematic control, Proc. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D, 215, 2001, 197– 216.
  6. [6] M. Smith & F-C. Wang, Controller parameterization for disturbance response decoupling: application to vehicle active suspension control, IEEE Transactions on Control System Technology, 10(3), 2002, 393–407.
  7. [7] Y. Ando & M. Suzuki, Control of active suspension systems using the singular perturbation method, Control Engineering Practice, 4(3), 1996, 287–293.
  8. [8] D. Fischer & R. Isermann, Mechatronic semi-active and active vehicle suspension, Control Engineering Practice, 12(11), 2004,1353–1367.
  9. [9] M. Jamei, M. Mahfouf, & D. Linkens, A GA-tuned fuzzy controller for a non-linear active suspension system, Proc. 7th UK Workshop on Fuzzy Systems, 2, 2000, 143–146.
  10. [10] D. Karnopp, Theoretical limitations in active vehicle suspensions, Vehicle System Dynamics, 15, 1986, 41–54.
  11. [11] J.S. Lin & I. Kanellakopoulus, Nonlinear design of active suspension, Suspensions, IEEE Control Systems, 17(3), 1997, 45–59.
  12. [12] G.D. Buckner, K.T. Schuetze, & J.H. Beno, Active vehicle suspension control using intelligent feedback linearization, Proc. American Control Conference, 2000, 4014–4018.
  13. [13] T. Yoshimura, A. Kume, M. Kurimoto, & J. Hino, Construction of an active suspension system of a quarter car model using the concept of sliding mode control, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 239(2), 2001, 187–199.
  14. [14] K.A. Tahboub, Motion control of a robot with flexible joints, Control Engineering Practice, 4(7), 1996, 967–974.
  15. [15] A.K. Mohammadi, Active control of vehicle active suspension with preview, using a variable structure model reference adaptive controller, International Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems, 2005, 253–264.
  16. [16] C. Kim & P. Ro, A sliding mode controller for vehicle active suspension systems with non-linearities, Proc. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D, 212, 1998, 79–92.
  17. [17] O. Llanes-Santiago, On a dynamic variable structure control approach for the active control of mechanical vibrations, Journal of Vibration and Control, 12(3), 2006, 217–231.

Important Links:

Go Back