MODELING, DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF ACTIVE SUSPENSION SYSTEM ROOT LOCUS CONTROLLER USING AUTOMATED TUNING TECHNIQUE 1.
Prof Evbogbai Edekin Jacob Mariekpen and Omorodion Ikponwosa Ignatius, Obinabo C.E. (Published 2016)
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Car suspension system is a mechanism that separates the car from the tire. The objective of the suspension system is to improve a ride quality by ensuring passenger’s comfort and good car road handling when the car is subjected to an input excitation. The dynamics of the suspension system was mathematically modeled. The system transfer function determined. The suspension system performance characteristics of overshoot and settling time set as not more than 5% and 5seconds respectively. PID controller was designed by using the MATLAB function sisotool in the automated tuning technique. The result of the simulation indicated that the overshoot and settling time 3.53% and 4.92seconds respectively. The design requirement satisfied.
|Item Type:||Journal article(non-copyrighted)|
|Format:||PDF document, 1.16 MB|
|Keywords:||Suspension, active, Root Locus|
|Field of Study:||Engineering- Electrical and Computer|
|Uploaded By:||Agbodekhe Barnabas Philip|
|Date Added:||04 Feb 2019 1:44pm|
|Last Modified:||04 Feb 2019|
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