A new approach to nonlinear feedback control for suppressing periodic disturbances: Part 2. A Case Study

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Jing, X.J.; Lang, Z.Q.; Billings, S.A.; Tomlinson, G.R.;
  • Publisher: Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield

In part 1 of this paper some fundamental theoretical results for the design of a nonlinear feedback controller to suppress periodic exogenous disturbances were developed based on the frequency domain theory of nonlinear systems, and a general procedure for the controlle... View more
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    Fig. 11 Output spectrum with the designed nonlinear feedback control when 0 5 rad/s, Fd=100 Output Spectrum

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