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Active Vibration damping of Smart composite beams based on system identification technique

Kouider Bendine, Zouaoui Satla, Farouk Benallel Boukhoulda and Mohammed Nouari

Abstract

In the present paper, the active vibration control of a composite beam using piezoelectric actuator is investigated. The space state equation is determined using system identification technique based on the structure input output response provided by ANSYS APDL finite element package. The Linear Quadratic (LQG) control law is designed and integrated into ANSYS APDL to perform closed loop simulations. Numerical examples for different types of excitation loads are presented to test the efficiency and the accuracy of the proposed model.

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Received: 2017-11-30
Accepted: 2018-02-14
Published Online: 2018-03-07

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