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On the design of active suspension system by H and mixed H2/H: An LMI approach

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3 Author(s)
Abdellari, E. ; ESIP, L.A.I.I., Poitiers, France ; Mehdi, D. ; M'Saad, M.

In this paper, an active suspension system is regarded as a control object. A quarter-car model is used to implement an LMI-based mixed H2/H approach with reference model. The results are compared with those obtained with H control. The main purpose of the controller is to achieve vibration isolation between different parts of the system. Some constraints must be considered, such as limited actuator force, good track-holding capability and limited suspension travel. The purpose and the constraints can be formulated as an optimality criterion. Careful tuning of weighting functions are necessary for H design method

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American Control Conference, 2000. Proceedings of the 2000  (Volume:6 )

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2000