Active Chaos Control of a Cam-Follower Impacting System using FPIC Technique

J.A. Taborda, S. Santini, M Di Bernardo, F. Angulo

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Abstract

n this paper, we apply a novel active control scheme to suppress chaotic behavior in a cam-follower impacting system using Fixed-Point Inducting Control or FPIC Technique. Namely, the input speed of the cam-follower system is actively controlled in order to reach a single-impact periodic motion. A cam-follower system characterized by a radial cam and a flat-faced follower is used as a representative example. High-order periodic-impact and chaotic motions are controlled varying the input speed of the cam-follower system. Stroboscopic and impact maps are used to select the suitable control parameters under which stable single-impact periodic responses are reached.
Translated title of the contributionActive Chaos Control of a Cam-Follower Impacting System using FPIC Technique
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChaos09 Second IFAC meeting related to analysis and control of chaotic systems
Volume2 Part 1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2009

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Name and Venue of Event: London, England

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