Research on Vibration Reduction of Half-Vehicle Active Suspension Sys-tem Based on Time-delayed Feedback Control with Wheel Displacement
Keywords:time-delayed feedback control, equivalent harmonic excitation, semi-active suspension, optimal values, stability
This paper proposes parameter controlling optimization of the time-delay feedback that is based on "equivalent harmonic excitation" in effective frequency band towards optimization of delay feedback control parameters for vehicle semi active suspension system. In this way, the optimal values of delay feedback control parameters based on different types of delay feedback control (displacement, velocity and acceleration) of wheels in the effective frequency band are obtained. Finally, through the stability analysis of vehicle semi-active suspension system based on different types of wheel delay feedback control and the numerical simulation analysis of time-domain response of suspension system performance evaluation index, the superiority of the time-delay feedback control strategy based on wheel displacement and the effectiveness and feasibility of the equivalent harmonic excitation optimization strategy are verified. Therefore, it provides a theoretical reference for the selection of time-delay feedback control strategy and the optimal design of time-delay feedback control parameters of vehicle active and semi-active suspension system.