Characterization of the hysteresis Duhem model
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The Duhem model, widely used in structural, electrical and mechanical engineering, gives an analytical description of a smooth hysteretic behavior. In practice, the Duhem model is mostly used within the following black-box approach: given a set of experimental input-output data, how to tune the model so that its output matches the experimental data. It may happen that a Duhem model presents a good match with the experimental real data for a specific input, but does not necessarily keep signi cant physical properties which are inherent to the real data, independently of the exciting input. This paper presents a characterization of different classes of Duhem models in terms of their consistency with the hysteresis behavior.
CitationFuad, M.; Ikhouane, F. Characterization of the hysteresis Duhem model. A: IFAC International Workshop on Periodic Control Systems. "PSYCO". Caen: 2014, p. 29-34.