Active control of noise radiation from vibrating structures

Jakob Mørkholt

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    Abstract

    The thesis is concerned with the active control of randomly vibrating structures by means of feedback control, with particular emphasis on reducing the sound radiation from such structures. A time domain model of the structural and radiation dynamics of an actively controlled plate has been developed, based on the theory of radiation filters for estimating the sound radiation from multimodal vibrations. This model has then been used in simulations of optimal feedback control, with special emphasis of the stability margins of the optimal control scheme. Two different methods of designing optimal and robust discrete-time feedback controllers for active vibration control of multimodal structures have been compared. They have been showed to yield controllers with identical frequency response characteristics, even though they employ completely different methods of numerical solutions and result in different representations of the controllers. The Internal Model Control structure combined with optimal filtering is suggested as an alternative to state space optimal control techniques for designing robust optimal controllers for audio frequency vibration control of resonant structures.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLyngby, Denmark
    PublisherDepartment of Acoustic Technology, Technical University of Denmark
    Number of pages333
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

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    Mørkholt, J. (1999). Active control of noise radiation from vibrating structures. Lyngby, Denmark: Department of Acoustic Technology, Technical University of Denmark.
    Mørkholt, Jakob. / Active control of noise radiation from vibrating structures. Lyngby, Denmark : Department of Acoustic Technology, Technical University of Denmark, 1999. 333 p.
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