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H∞ dynamic output feedback control for a networked control active suspension system under actuator faults

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2022-01-01
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This paper presents an investigation of the event-triggered control problem for an active suspension system featuring a networked communication architecture and Dynamic Output Feedback Controller (DOFCs) while taking into account the possibility of failure in actuators. The event-triggering condition determines when it is necessary to transmit the observed variables of the plant to the controller, in order not to saturate the network. A Dynamic Output Feedback Controller is synthesized under LMI restrictions to guarantee the system stability with the H∞ criteria, using the Lyapunov–Krasovskii functional approach. As the failures in actuators affect the state space model of the system, a novel polytopic model is employed to approach the plant function. In order to prove a practical feasibility, control performance characteristics for vibration suppression are evaluated under various road conditions.
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Active suspension, H∞ control, Dynamic output feedback control (DOFC), Event-triggering, Actuator faults
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Viadero-Monasterio, F., Boada, B., Boada, M. & Díaz, V. (2022). H∞ dynamic output feedback control for a networked control active suspension system under actuator faults. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, vol. 162, 108050.