Suppression of Maglev Track-Induced Self-Excited Vibration Using an Adaptive Cancellation Algorithm
The track-induced self-excited vibration is a special problem that exists in EMS (Electromagnetic Suspension) maglev systems. In this paper, the stability of the electromagnet-track coupled model is examined, and it is found that the second order vibration mode of the track may cause instability problem. To suppress the self-excited vibration, an LMS (Least Mean Square) adaptive cancellation scheme is presented, and a phase locked loop is employed to generate a reference signal for the LMS algorithm. Analysis and simulation show that the proposed adaptive cancellation algorithm is effective in suppressing the vibration with unknown frequency.
D. F. Zhou et al., "Suppression of Maglev Track-Induced Self-Excited Vibration Using an Adaptive Cancellation Algorithm", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 44-47, pp. 586-590, 2011