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Sliding mode based differential flatness control and state estimation of vehicle active suspensions

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4 Author(s)
E. Chávez-Conde ; Department of Robotics of the Universidad Politécnica de Guanajuato, Cortázar, Guanajuato, México ; F. Beltrán-Carbajal ; C. García-Rodríguez ; A. Blanco-Ortega

In this paper the vibration attenuation problem in automotive suspension systems is presented. A robust active vibration control strategy based on sliding mode and differential flatness control techniques is proposed as a solution alternative of this problem. This active vibration control scheme only requires position measurements of the wheel and car body. State algebraic on-line estimation is used to avoid the use of sensors of acceleration and velocity. Simulation results are included to show the dynamic performance and robustness of the proposed active suspension system.

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Electrical Engineering, Computing Science and Automatic Control,CCE,2009 6th International Conference on

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10-13 Jan. 2009