On energy transfer phenomena, in a nonlinear ideal and nonideal essential vibrating systems, coupled to a (MR) magneto-rheological damper
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In this paper, a control strategy is applied to a nonlinear ideal and nonideal vibrating system coupled to a magneto-rheological damping structure, exhibiting chaotic behavior. In order to suppress the chaotic oscillations and to improve the transient response, a combination of passive (energy pumping) and active (state feedback) control strategies. The chaotic vibrations are suppressed, bringing the system to a desired periodic orbit. Additionally, the control damping force is transformed into the electrical control signal variable.
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Tusset, Angelo Marcelo et al. On energy transfer phenomena, in a nonlinear ideal and nonideal essential vibrating systems, coupled to a (MR) magneto-rheological damper. Nonlinear Dynamics. Dordrecht: Springer, v. 69, n. 4, p. 1859-1880, 2012. Available at: <http://hdl.handle.net/11449/24921>.