A boundary control technique to the string-tip-mass system based on a non-symmetric peak-detector model
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This paper presents a vibration control design to the string-tip-mass system by using a non-symmetric peakdetector mechanism. Previously, this peak-detector system was used as an easy algorithm to mitigate vibration on a real flexible structure. Moreover, its mathematical representation is simple and it just has two parameters to tune. Following this former experience, we adequate this strategy to the vibration control of the string-tip-mass system. Finally, and according to our numerical experiments, our control performance is better than the boundary damper control here programmed for comparison proposes.
CitationAcho, L., Pujol-Vazquez, G. A boundary control technique to the string-tip-mass system based on a non-symmetric peak-detector model. A: International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing. "ICSTCC 2017: 21st International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing: Sinaia, Romania: October 19-21, 2017: proceedings book". Sinaia: 2017, p. 764-767.
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