active vibration suppression

active vibration suppression

[′ak·tiv vī′brā·shən sə‚presh·ən]
(mechanical engineering)
The prevention of undesirable vibration by techniques involving feedback control of the vibratory motion, whereby the forces designed to reduce the vibration depend on the system displacements and velocities.
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Active vibration suppression technologies based on the PZTA have strong environmental adaptability, and they can be used in an effective manner to suppress vibration significantly over a broadband of frequencies [4].
Nitzsche, "Smart spring: a novel adaptive impedance control approach for active vibration suppression applications," in Proceedings of the Smart Structures and Materials 2004--Smart Structures and Integrated Systems, vol.
The simulation results showed that the proposed robust active control method is efficient for active vibration suppression. Other research on the effectiveness of the robust [H.sub.[infinity]] control for AVC of the flexible structures has been addressed in [2-4].