An experimental investigation of vibration suppression in Large Space Structures using positive position feedback

@inproceedings{Fanson1987AnEI,
  title={An experimental investigation of vibration suppression in Large Space Structures using positive position feedback},
  author={James L. Fanson},
  year={1987}
}
A new technique for vibration suppression in Large Space Structures is demonstrated in laboratory experiments on a thin cantilever beam, resulting in substantially reduced dynamic response. This technique, called Positive Position Feedback, makes use of generalized displacement measurements to accomplish vibration suppression. The concept of a piezoelectric active-member is developed in relation to controlling space-truss type structures. The active-member functions dually as a structural… CONTINUE READING

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