Active damping of the vibrations of a plate using sensor data: effect of boundary conditions
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A new approach is followed to study the effect of mixed mechanical boundary conditions on the effectiveness of active damping of the forced resonant vibrations of thermoviscoelastic orthotropic plates. The problem is solved by the Bubnov–Galerkin method. Formulas for the voltage that should be applied to the actuator to damp the first vibration mode are derived. It is shown that the mechanical boundary conditions, the dissipative properties of the material, and the dimenstions of the sensors and actuators have a strong effect on the effectiveness of active damping of the vibrations of plates
Keywordsviscoelastic plate sensor actuator resonant vibrations active damping
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