Stabilizing the Oscillations of a Controlled Mechanical System
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A mechanical system subjected to the action of positional forces and small smooth control is considered. It is assumed that in the absence of control, the system may have a family of single-frequency oscillations. A universal control—a nonlinear force that implements and simultaneously stabilizes a cycle in the system—is found. An example is given.
Keywordsmechanical system universal small smooth control natural stabilization
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