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Active Noise and Vibration Control


This presentation will summarize the work in the field of active noise and vibration control at the Automatic Control Lab and give an outline of current activities.

The emphasis will be on active control of the transmission loss of double glazed windows. After modeling and identifying the system the problem of reducing the sound transmission is reformulated as a four-block feedback control problem. An H-inf-optimal controller is designed and implemented. Finally, current activities to further improve the system by optimizing the sensor and actuator positions will be outlined.

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Ph.D. Seminar
Oliver Kaiser
Automatic Control Lab, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Physikstrasse 3, CH-8092 Zürich
Apr 17, 2000   16:00

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