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Adaptive Control of Vibration Intensity in a Beam in the Frequency Domain
Yukio IWAYA Tomoki ICHINOSEKI Yoiti SUZUKI Masato SAKATA Toshio SONE
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1999/04/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Advanced Signal Processing Techniques for Analysis of Acoustical and Vibrational Signals)
structure-borne sound, vibration intensity, adaptive filter, four-sensor method,
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In this paper, an adaptive method for active control of vibration intensity in the frequency domain is proposed. In this method, vibration intensity is observed with the 4-sensor method, and the coefficients of an adaptive FIR filter for the active control is renewed with the Block Filtered-X LMS algorithm in the frequency domain. An experiment with the proposed method is performed on a simple model. As a result, the proposed method gives larger attenuation of vibration intensity than the conventional method in the high frequency region. The overall attenuation in vibration intensity in that frequency region is 14.1 dB with the proposed method, while it is 7.0 dB with the conventional method. In the lower frequency region, the reduction in vibration intensity by the proposed method is roughly equivalent to that obtained by the conventional method. An improvement may also be achieved there by setting the intervals between error sensors properly.