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19 June 2000 Full-state derivative feedback control based on the reciprocal state space framework using smart materials
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In this research, a real-time simulation of full state- derivative feedback control using acceleration measurements is presented. A new optimal control design algorithm based on non-standard performance indices in the 'Reciprocal State Space' framework is employed to design controllers and observers. A piezoelectric material (PZT) laminated cantilevered steel beam with an accelerometer is selected as a test bed. The system is modeled utilizing a multi-layered integrated finite element method with four degree of freedom, one-dimensional, bending elements. The resulting model, presented in generalized coordinates, is transformed to real orthogonal modal coordinates and a reduced order model is developed. Simulated results are provided in multiple formats.
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Seung-Keon Kwak, Gregory N. Washington, and Rama K. Yedavalli "Full-state derivative feedback control based on the reciprocal state space framework using smart materials", Proc. SPIE 3984, Smart Structures and Materials 2000: Mathematics and Control in Smart Structures, (19 June 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.388797
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