Stabilization of Euler- Bernoulli Beam by A Boundary Control
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A flexible beam is considered. One end of the beam is free and another end is clamped under changeable angle, with angular velocity taken as control variable. A suitable stability criterion is introduced and the uniform exponential stabilizability is established for a linear feedback control applied at the clamped end.
KeywordsCantilever Beam Exponential Stability Nominal Position Couple Beam Flexible Beam
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