Predictive Control and Signal on Noise Reduction for Semi-active Hydraulic Damper
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|Publié dans:||International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics, mars 2007, n. 1, v. 7|
In the implementation of active or semi-active control systems, it is necessary to process the measured signals because they are not perfect in reality. At present, the current energy-dissipating method for controlling semi-active dampers is flawed because of some restrictions on processing and measuring the signals. Thus, a detection methodology of signal control is proposed in this research based on the direction of structural motion; a velocity estimating calculator is developed by using the least-square polynomial regression. Comparison of the analytical results and experimental data confirms that the proposed calculator is effective in predicting when to switch the moving direction of a semi-active damper. It can detect when the direction of the structure motion reverses as well as when to compensate the poor influence on the performance of a semi-active damper caused by the delayed response. Additionally, the noise of displacement signal will not affect the phase difference of predictive signals.
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