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8 May 1995 System identification and vibration control for composite structures with embedded actuators
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The active control of vibration using point actuators has received much attention especially for aircraft and aerospace structural applications. Presented here is a means by which acoustically excited panel vibrations may be controlled through the action of a single actuator. The actuator consists of a single-sheet piezoceramic embedded in a composite panel. A robust control algorithm is implemented to attenuate the dominant modes of the panel response. The sensing is provided by a second piezoceramic also embedded in the panel. Beside the system identification, special emphasis is given to the robust controller design based on H(infinity ) methods. The presented results demonstrate the effectiveness of a parallel H(infinity )- controller design procedure achieving significant attenuation levels in a broad frequency band.
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Martin Resch, H. Berg, and Wilfried J. Elspass "System identification and vibration control for composite structures with embedded actuators", Proc. SPIE 2443, Smart Structures and Materials 1995: Smart Structures and Integrated Systems, (8 May 1995); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.208288
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