Active vibration control using mechanical and electrical analogies

Angel Torres Perez*, Ali Hassan, Stefan Kaczmarczyk, Phil Picton

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Abstract

Mechanical-electrical analogous circuit models are widely used in electromechanical system design as they represent the function of a coupled electrical and mechanical system using an equivalent electrical system. This research uses electrical circuits to establish a discussion of simple active vibration control principles using two scenarios: an active vibration isolation system and an active dynamic vibration absorber (DVA) using a voice coil motor (VCM) actuator. Active control laws such as gain scheduling are intuitively explained using circuit analysis techniques. Active vibration control approaches are typically constraint by electrical power requirements. The electrical analogous is a fast approach for specifying power requirements on the experimental test platform which is based on a vibration shaker that provides the based excitation required for the single Degree- of-Freedom (1DoF) vibration model under study.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-15
Number of pages16
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jun 2016
Event5th Symposium on the Mechanics of Slender Structures (MoSS2015)) - The University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom
Duration: 21 Sep 201522 Sep 2015

Conference

Conference5th Symposium on the Mechanics of Slender Structures (MoSS2015))
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityNorthampton
Period21/09/1522/09/15

Keywords

  • active DVA
  • lumped electrical-mechanical circuit
  • voice coil motors

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    Torres Perez, A., Hassan, A., Kaczmarczyk, S., & Picton, P. (2016). Active vibration control using mechanical and electrical analogies. 1-15. Paper presented at 5th Symposium on the Mechanics of Slender Structures (MoSS2015)), Northampton, United Kingdom. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/721/1/012013