Dynamic optimization of nonlinear semi-active suspension controllers

Gordon, T. J. and Best, M. C. (1994) Dynamic optimization of nonlinear semi-active suspension controllers. In: International Conference on CONTROL, 21 - 24 March 1994, Coventry, UK.

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Here we shall consider a reasonably realistic suspension ride model, incorporating actuator dynamics and damper compliance. The formal optimization procedure involves extending previous nonlinear optimal designs to the semiactive system. The aim of this paper is to compare performance of a number of semi-active control laws, restricting attention to simple initial condition disturbances. In particular, the effectiveness of clipped linear controllers is considered.

Additional Information:Volume 1 issue 389 Conference Code:20520
Keywords:Dynamic response, Optimization, Vehicle suspensions, Semi-active suspensions, System models, Nonlinear control systems
Subjects:H Engineering > H331 Road Vehicle Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
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Deposited On:13 Feb 2014 09:22

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