Control of Stick-Slip Vibrations
Many technical applications are subjected to friction induced vibrations. These vibrations are mostly unwanted as they generate noise, increase wear and diminish accuracy. In this paper a feedback control is introduced that is capable to suppress these oscillations. The results are validated experimentally on a squealing brake.
Key wordsself excited vibration system stick-slip vibrations feedback control brake squeal
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