Decreasing of the Motion Sickness Incidence by a Multivariable Classic Control for a High Speed Ferry

@inproceedings{Aranda2001DecreasingOT,
  title={Decreasing of the Motion Sickness Incidence by a Multivariable Classic Control for a High Speed Ferry},
  author={Julia Aguado Aranda and J A Monforte D{\'i}az and P. Ruip{\'e}rez and Teresa Mart{\'i}nez Rueda and Ercole Lopez},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract The decreasing of the motion sickness in a high speed ferry produces a greater passenger's comfort and safety of the vehicle. The paper presents a comparative study of the decreasing of the motion sickness incidence in a high speed ferry using different multivariable classic controllers (PD, first order filter and second order filter). The tuning of the controllers is made solving a non-linear optimization problem. The tuning method uses first a genetic algorithm and then a classic non… CONTINUE READING

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