Active Suspension Control With Direct-Drive Tubular Linear Brushless Permanent-Magnet Motor

@article{Lee2009ActiveSC,
  title={Active Suspension Control With Direct-Drive Tubular Linear Brushless Permanent-Magnet Motor},
  author={Seungho Lee and Won-jong Kim},
  journal={2009 American Control Conference},
  year={2009},
  pages={5498-5503}
}
Recently, active suspension is gaining popularity in commercial automobiles. To develop the control methodologies for active suspension control, a quarter-car test bed was built employing a direct-drive tubular linear brushless permanent-magnet motor (LBPMM) as a force-generating component. Two accelerometers and a linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) are used in this quarter-car test bed. Three pulse-width-modulation (PWM) amplifiers supply the currents in three phases. Simulated… CONTINUE READING
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