Selection of sensors and actuators for an active suspension control problem

M. van de Wal, B. de Jager
Proceeding of the 1996 IEEE International Conference on Control Applications IEEE International Conference on Control Applications held together with IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Aided Contro  
Citation for published version (APA): Wal, van de, M. M. Abstract A new method to select sensors and actuators for linear control systems is presented. The key idea is to eliminate candidate sensor/actuator combinations for which a controller achieving a desired level of nominal performance and/or robust stability against unstructured uncertainties cannot be designed. All combinations are subjected to six viability tests, which are necessary conditions for existence of stabilizing controllers
more » ... eting a required 31, norm bound. The new selection method is used for an active suspension for a truck. This application illustrates the need for a method dealing with structured uncertainties.
doi:10.1109/cca.1996.558604 fatcat:gedbqqy65vcnnkowafopkt3s2i