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Slip-Stick Vibration Suppression by Modal State Control for Traction Drive-Trains
IEEJ Journal of Industry Applications
The increasing performance of modern electric locomotives results in slip-stick vibrations in the traction drive-train due to wheel-rail contact. This can be remedied by the introduction of a novel modal state control scheme for active oscillation damping to avoid the loss of traction force caused by passive slip readhesion control. This paper describes the basic concept of the active control scheme enhanced with anti-windup and a simple starting method that can use any standard controller. Thedoi:10.1541/ieejjia.5.1 fatcat:sifqkefmbjetxkqchlecafakj4