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Active vibration of a cantilevered beam

Raymond A. Mills

Active vibration of a cantilevered beam

a study of control actuators

by Raymond A. Mills

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Published by AIAA in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A83-47388.

SeriesAIAA TIS 3/18
ContributionsAmerican Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Technical Information Service.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13941480M

Cantilever Beam III Consider a cantilever beam where both the beam mass and the end-mass are significant. g m Figure C The total mass m t can be calculated using equation (B). mt L m (C-1) Again, the stiffness at the free of the cantilever beam is k EI L 3 3 (C-2) The natural frequency is thus fn EI L m L 1 2 3 3. Active vibration control systems depend on a power source. They vibration is attenuated A simulation on vibration control of a cantilever beam is conducted under the velocity proportional feedback to demonstrate the energy dissipation capability of EMCLD, and the beam.

Abstract— The paper deals with active vibration control of cantilevered beams. The motion of the cantilever beam as a continuum is described by a lumped parameter model for which the transfer function relating the beam displacement to the acting force is .   A bang–bang control system previously developed for the stabilization of a rigid platform [ISA Trans. 21, 55–59 ()] has been adapted to the problem of reducing flexural vibrations of a beam. The electromechanical system develops an appropriate control signal for the actuator from samples of the disturbance by analog and digital signal processing using integrated circuits.

  Active Vibration Control of a Cantilevered Beam Using Model Predictive Sliding Mode Control. Byeongil Kim and ; Gregory Washington. ment study. Section 3 represents an active GA controller to mitigate cantilever beam that is actuated and excited by the MFC patch. Section 4 gives introduction of the vibration ex-periment for controlling the cantilever beam made of lead-aluminium alloy. In Section 5, numerical and experimental.


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Active vibration of a cantilevered beam by Raymond A. Mills Download PDF EPUB FB2

An active vibration control system of piezoelectric cantilever beam is established. To better view the functionality of each component, a schematic of the experimental setup is shown in figure 1. A piezoelectric cantilever beam is used as the object for vibration control.

The beam has a PZT actuator that is bonded on its face near its Cited by: 8. The paper deals with active vibration control of cantilevered beams.

The motion of the cantilever beam as a continuum is described by a lumped parameter model for which the transfer function relating the beam displacement to the acting force is to be calculated. The paper analyzes the effect of feedback on vibration of the individual points of the beam, including its free end.

Simulation of active vibration control of the cantilever beam Abstract: The paper deals with active vibration control of cantilevered beams. The motion of the cantilever beam as a continuum is described by a lumped parameter model for which the transfer function relating the beam displacement to the acting force is to be by: 9.

This paper demonstrates, theoretically and experimentally, the feasibility of utilizing Shape Memory Actuators (SMA) in controlling the flexural vibrations of a flexible cantilevered beam. The beam dynamics are modeled, by using the finite element method, and integrated with the thermal and dynamic characteristics of the SMA to develop a Cited by:   Active Vibration Suppression of an elastic piezoelectric sensor and actuator fitted cantilevered beam configurations as a generic smart composite structure Composite Structures, Vol.

An efficient computational approach for control of nonlinear transient responses of smart piezoelectric composite platesCited by: [4] obtains results researching the vibration energy transfer in a system of three plates separated by a small distance and connected at a few discrete points.

In the active damping and vibration isolation domain, Howard [5] proposes a vibratory power transducer. He does so in order to reduce the vibration energy transmitted into a beam.

Active vibration control methods, such as optimized parameter PID compensator, strain rate feedback control are investigated and implemented using xPC target real-time system.

Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed methods achieve effective vibration suppression results of steel cantilever beam. Figure 1: Typical cantilever beam studied Deflection of Cantilever Beam If the free end of a cantilever beam is subjected to a point load, P, the beam will deflect into a curve.

See Figure 2 below. The larger the load, the greater the deflection, (x). Figure 2: Cantilever beam deflection under load at fixed end. = Hz - vibrations are likely to occur.

The natural frequency of the same beam shortened to 10 m can be calculated as. f = (π / 2) (( 10 9 N/m 2) ( m 4) / ( kg/m) (10 m) 4) = Hz - vibrations are not likely to occur. Simply Supported Structure - Contraflexure with Distributed Mass. Cantilevered beams with piezoceramic layers have been frequently used as piezoelectric vibration energy harvesters in the past five years.

The literature includes several single degree-of-freedom models, a few approximate distributed parameter models and even some incorrect approaches for predicting the electromechanical behavior of these harvesters.

Keywords: Smart Beam, Active Vibration control, Piezoelectric, PID Controller, Finite Element *** INTRODUCTION Active vibration control is a technique in which the vibration of a structure is controlled by applying counter force to the structure that is appropriately out of phase but equal in amplitude to the original force.

This is an experiment of active vibration control of flexible cantilever plate bonded with a single piezoelectric sensor/actuator pair located optimally by genetic algorithm. In this article, vibration characteristics and active vibration control (AVC) of an axially moving cantilever structure are investigated.

First, the vibration equation of an axially moving cantilever beam with variable length and tip mass is derived from the Lagrange equation of the second kind. "Prepare to be blown away by the Power of Active Vibration Control.

Pioneering in the world of engineering isn't easy, but someone has to do. Quote me on that." -Darius Hajian. This work is focused on the active vibration control of piezoelectric cantilever beam, where an adaptive feedforward controller (AFC) is utilized to reject the vibration with unknown multiple frequencies.

First, the experiment setup and its mathematical model are introduced. This correspondence presents the development of dynamic model of flexible beam structure using finite difference (FD) method. The simulated model is validated by comparing the resonance modes with the theoretical values.

A nature inspired intelligence method, the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), is used for the vibration control of the beam and the results are compared with genetic algorithm. This paper presents the active vibration control of a flexible cantilever beam.

The cantilever beam was excited by steady-state sinusoidal and white noise point forces. The vibrational control system was implemented using one piezo ceramic actuator bonded on the beam and the adaptive controller based on the Filtered-X LMS algorithm.

Control results indicated that a considerable vibrational. Kishor B. Waghulde, Dr. Bimlesh Kumar (), "Active Vibration Analysis of Piezo-Laminated Cantilever Beam", International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, pp A.

Benjeddou, (), Advances in Piezoelectric Finite Element Modeling of Adaptive Structural Elements: A Survey, Journal of Computers and Structures. Linear Elastic Beam Theory • Basics of beams –Geometry of deformation –Equilibrium of “slices” –Constitutive equations •Applications: –Cantilever beam deflection –Buckling of beams under axial compression –Vibration of beams.

Mathematical Analysis. For a cantilever beam subjected to free vibration, and the system is considered as continuous system in which the beam mass is considered as distributed along with the stiffness of the shaft, the equation of motion can be written as (Meirovitch, ), ().

Cantilever Beam. Dr. Kishor B. Waghulde, Dr. Bimlesh Kumar. Abstract— In active vibration control the vibration of a structure is reduced by using opposite directional force to the structure. Now a day’s active vibration control is frequently being used in aircraft, submarine, automobile, helicopter blade, naval vessel.

In this paper a smart. Active damping of a flexible beam. 7. A. BAz and S. POH Journal of Sound and VibrationPerformance of an active control system with piezoelectric actuators. 8. T. BAILEY and J.

E. HUBBARD, JR. Journal of Guidance and Control 8, Distributed piezo-electric polymer active vibration control of a cantilever beam. 9.Keywords—Vibration,Cantilever beam,Simply supported beam, FEM, Modal Analysis I.

INTRODUCTION Vibration problem occurs where there are rotating or moving parts inmachinery. The effects of vibration are excessive stresses, undesirable noise, looseness of parts and partial or complete failure of parts [1].