General Model of Optimal Control of Fully Flexible Vibrating Suspension Systems
Accounting of the fact that there are so many SMR systems in the isolation practices and investigation that it is not convenient and efficient to deal with them, the paper presents a general model and its mathematical description of fully flexible vibrating suspension systems, in which both machines and bases are considered as finite or infinite flexible beams, by sub-structural mobility technique and transfer matrix approach. Then in accordance with the combination of subsystems and the two proposed optimal control strategies, the formulation of power flow is derived. Some simulations are performed to show the validity and the reliability of the presented model and to obtain some valuable results which can be regarded as a set of general benchmarks of suspension system designs.
J. C. Niu et al., "General Model of Optimal Control of Fully Flexible Vibrating Suspension Systems", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 383-390, pp. 2978-2983, 2012