Second generation approaches to active and semi-active suspension control system design

Gordon, T. J. and Palkovics, L. and Pilbeam, C. and Sharp, R. S. (1994) Second generation approaches to active and semi-active suspension control system design. Vehicle System Dynamics, 23 (SUPPL). pp. 158-171. ISSN 0042-3114

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Abstract

A number of `second generation' suspension controller design methods are reviewed in the context of a simple quarter-car model. The methods involve robustness and performance criteria not addressed in simple `first generation' designs, such as sky-hook damping or LQG optimal control. Three such approaches are considered in detail; these are nonlinear optimal control, control with road-surface preview, and H∞ optimal control. Potential advantages of these systems are demonstrated in a uniform framework, by comparing performance with that of a reference LQG controller, over a range of operating conditions.

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Keywords:Automotive engineering, Control system synthesis, Damping, Mathematical models, Nonlinear control systems, Optimal control systems, Performance, Robustness (control systems), Active suspension control systems, Preview control, Quarter car model, Semi active suspension control systems, Sky hook damping, Vehicle suspensions
Subjects:H Engineering > H660 Control Systems
H Engineering > H330 Automotive Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:11696
Deposited On:01 Oct 2013 17:56

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