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Implementation of electrohydraulic shaking table controllers with a combined adaptive inverse control and minimal control synthesis algorithm

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5 Author(s)
Shen, G. ; Sch. of Mechatron. Eng., China Univ. of Min. & Technol., Xuzhou, China ; Lv, G.-M. ; Ye, Z.-M. ; Cong, D.-C.
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This study presents a combined control strategy for electrohydraulic shaking table (EST) systems. The position frequency bandwidth of the EST system is so low that it results in a worse tracking accuracy during seismic tests, particularly when the frequency bandwidth of the desired position signal exceeds the frequency bandwidth of the EST position closed-loop system. In order to improve the position tracking accuracy, a combined control strategy is proposed, which utilises a recursive extended least square (RELS) algorithm to offline or online estimate the position closed-loop transfer function of the EST system, then uses the estimated transfer function to offline or online yield a feedforward inverse controller for extending the position frequency bandwidth, finally, employs a minimal control synthesis (MCS) algorithm to further improve the tracking performance of the EST position system. The proposed control strategy combines the merits of offline or online feedforward inverse compensation and adaptive control. The procedure of the proposed control strategy is programmed in MATLAB/Simulink, and is then compiled to a real-time PC with Microsoft Visual Studio.NET for implementation. A better tracking performance for the proposed control strategy is achieved in experiments by using actual EST.

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Control Theory & Applications, IET  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 13 )