Hopf bifurcation and vibration control for a thrust magnetic bearing with variable load mass

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Sensors (Switzerland), 2018, 18 (7)
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© 2018 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. In the working process, the load mass of the thrust magnetic bearing has a significant change. If the load mass changes greatly, the original fixed control parameters cannot ensure that the system is in the optimal stable suspension state, and the performance of the system will become worse or even self-excited. Firstly, a single freedom degree of the suspension control system model is established, and the critical condition of the system is analyzed when a self-excited oscillation occurs. Then, a linear adaptive control law is proposed for the system with variable parameters, which can tolerate the wide range of load mass. The simulation results show that the adaptive control law can keep the stability of the system when the load mass varies in a large range and avoid the self-excited vibration.
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