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Symmetry ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 171
Author(s):  
Jiguang Hou ◽  
Xianteng Cao ◽  
Changshu Zhan

Suspension is an important part of intelligent and safe transportation; it is the balance point between the comfort and handling stability of a vehicle under intelligent traffic conditions. In this study, a control method of left-right symmetry of air suspension based on H∞ theory was proposed, which was verified under intelligent traffic conditions. First, the control stability caused by the active suspension control system running on uneven roads needs to be ensured. To address this issue, a 1/4 vehicle active suspension model was established, and the vertical acceleration of the vehicle body was applied as the main index of ride comfort. H∞ performance constraint output indicators of the controller contained the tire dynamic load, suspension dynamic stroke, and actuator control force limit. Based on the Lyapunov stability theory, an output feedback control law with H∞-guaranteed performance was proposed to constrain multiple targets. This way, the control problem was transformed into a solution to the Riccati equation. The simulation results showed that when dealing with general road disturbances, the proposed control strategy can reduce the vehicle body acceleration by about 20% and meet the requirements of an ultimate suspension dynamic deflection of 0.08 m and a dynamic tire load of 1500 N. Using this symmetrical control method can significantly improve the ride comfort and driving stability of a vehicle under intelligent traffic conditions.


Author(s):  
Bai Zhiye ◽  
Li Shenggang ◽  
Liu Heng

This article proposes an adaptive neural output feedback control scheme in combination with state and disturbance observers for uncertain fractional-order nonlinear systems containing unknown external disturbance, input saturation and immeasurable state. The radial basis function neural network (RBFNN) approximation is used to estimate unknown nonlinear function, and a state observer as well as a fractional-order disturbance observer is developed simultaneously by using the approximation output of the RBFNN to estimate immeasurable states and unknown compounded disturbances, respectively. Then, a fractional-order auxiliary system is constructed to compensate the effects caused by the saturated input. In addition, by introducing a dynamic surface control strategy, the tedious analytic computation of time derivatives of virtual control laws in the conventional backstepping method is avoided. The proposed method guarantees that the boundness of all signals in the closed loop system and the tracking errors converge to a small neighbourhood around the origin. Finally, two examples are provided to verify the effectiveness of the proposed control method.


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