H∞ Control Design of Experimental State-Space Modeling for Vehicle Vibration Suppression 971949
State-space solutions of H∞ controller have been well developed. Hence to a real structure control design, the first step is to get a state space model of the structure. There are analytical and experimental dynamic modeling methods. As we know, it is hard to obtain an accurate model for a flexible and complex structure by FEM(Finite Element Method). Then the experimental modeling methods are used. In this paper, we use frequency domain modal analysis technique based on system FRF(Frequency Response Function) data and ERA(Eigensystem Realization Algorithm) time domain method based on system impulse response data to establish state-space model in order to design H∞ control law for the purpose of vibration suppression. The robust control implementation is exerted on a testbed (truck cab model device) with three degrees of freedom. The validity of experimental state-space modeling is testified and the obvious vibration control performances are achieved.
Citation: Guo, Z., Kajiwara, I., Nagamatsu, A., and Sonehara, T., "H∞ Control Design of Experimental State-Space Modeling for Vehicle Vibration Suppression," SAE Technical Paper 971949, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/971949. Download Citation