Experimental Robust Control Studies on an Unstable Magnetic Suspension System

@inproceedings{Lim1994ExperimentalRC,
  title={Experimental Robust Control Studies on an Unstable Magnetic Suspension System},
  author={Kyong B. Lim and David Eric Cox},
  year={1994}
}
This study is an experimental investigation of the robustness of various controllers designed for the Large Angle Magnetic Suspension Test Fixture (LAMSTF). Both analytical and identi ed nominal models are used for designing controllers along with two di erent types of uncertainty models. Robustness refers to maintaining tracking performance under analytical model errors and dynamically induced eddy currents, while external disturbances are not considered. Results show that incorporating… CONTINUE READING

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