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Vertical-vibration control of elevator using estimated car acceleration feedback compensation

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2 Author(s)
Jun-Koo Kang ; Sch. of Electr. Eng., Seoul Nat. Univ., South Korea ; Seung-Ki Sul

In this paper, a vibration suppression strategy is proposed for improving the riding comfort of an elevator, using car acceleration feedback compensation. The vertical vibration of a lift car is mainly caused by the resonance of elastic ropes between the car and the sheave, and the resonant frequency of the system is dependent upon both passenger load and lift position. To suppress the vibration of a lift car, the car velocity or acceleration is needed, but only a sheave velocity is measurable in a practical situation. The proposed method applies an extended full-order observer for the simultaneous estimation of car acceleration and the identification of mechanical parameters. Acceleration feedback compensation is used for the vibration suppression control. Experimental evaluation has been performed with a 30 kVA insulated gate bipolar transistor inverter and a medium-speed elevator system in an elevator test tower. Computer simulated and experimental results prove the feasibility of the proposed vertical-vibration controller

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 2000

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