Fadly Jashi Darsivan

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This paper discusses terminal sliding mode control for active engine mounting (AEM) system to isolate vehicle engine body vibration. The engine vibration may occur due to road irregularities, at low frequency, and also reciprocating mechanism of the piston in the engine, at high frequency about 20 – 40 Hz. Active engine mounting system is designed to(More)
Robustness of the controller becomes major important factor in active engine mounting system to ensure the vibration of the engine can be attenuated in entire range of operating speed. As robustness is the main advantage of sliding mode control, it has been proposed for vibration control applications. However, most of the proposed sliding mode control are(More)
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