Dynamic boundary controls of a rotating body-beam system with time-varying angular velocity

Boumediène Chentouf

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Abstract

This paper deals with feedback stabilization of a flexible beam clamped at a rigid body and free at the other end. We assume that there is no damping and the rigid body rotates with a nonconstant angular velocity. To stabilize this system, we propose a feedback law which consists of a control torque applied on the rigid body and either a dynamic boundary control moment or a dynamic boundary control force or both of them applied at the free end of the beam. Then it is shown that the closed loop system is well posed and exponentially stable provided that the actuators, which generate the boundary controls, satisfy some classical assumptions and the angular velocity is smaller than a critical one.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)107-126
Number of pages20
JournalJournal of Applied Mathematics
Volume2004
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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Dynamic Control
Boundary Control
Angular velocity
Rigid Body
Time-varying
Rotating
Feedback
Torque control
Force control
Closed loop systems
Flexible Beam
Feedback Law
Feedback Stabilization
Actuators
Stabilization
Damping
Closed-loop System
Torque
Actuator
Moment

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Dynamic boundary controls of a rotating body-beam system with time-varying angular velocity. / Chentouf, Boumediène.

In: Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol. 2004, No. 2, 2004, p. 107-126.

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