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Fuzzy PID Controller with Coupled Rules for a Nonlinear Quarter Car Model

  title={Fuzzy PID Controller with Coupled Rules for a Nonlinear Quarter Car Model},
  author={I {\"O}zg{\"u}rDemir},
In this study, Fuzzy PID Control scheme is designed for an active suspension system. The main goal of an active suspension system for using in a vehicle model is reducing body deflections and handling high comfort for a passenger car. The present system was modelled as a two-degree-of-freedom (2-DOF) nonlinear vehicle model. Keywords—Active suspension system, Fuzzy PID controller, a nonlinear quarter car model. 

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