Backlash Vibration Suppression Control of Torsional System by Novel Fractional Order PID k Controller

@inproceedings{Ma2004BacklashVS,
  title={Backlash Vibration Suppression Control of Torsional System by Novel Fractional Order PID k Controller},
  author={Chengbin Ma and Yoichi Hori},
  year={2004}
}
This paper proposes a novel fractional order PIDk controller for torsional system’s backlash vibration suppression control, in which the order k of D controller can not only be integer but also be any real number. Various methods have been proposed for two-inertia system’s speed control, but the control systems designed by these methods may not be able to suppress the vibration caused by gear backlash. In order to improve control system’s robustness against the backlash, several methods have… CONTINUE READING

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