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Periodic Disturbance Cancellation by using Dual-Input Describing Function (DIDF) Method (DIDF 방법을 이용한 주기성 외란의 제거)

  • Choe, Yeon-Wook;Lee, Hyung-Ki
    • The Transactions of The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
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    • v.59 no.1
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    • pp.168-175
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    • 2010
  • The issue of rejecting periodic disturbances arises in various applications dealing with rotating machinery. A new method using DIDF (Dual-Input Describing Function) is presented for the rejection of periodic disturbances with uncertain frequency. This can be added to an existing feedback control system without altering the closed-loop system stability. The objective is to design a nonlinear compensator to secure specified oscillation amplitude and frequency which are the same as disturbances. We suggest two procedures to determine coefficients for DIDF's synthesis. The structure of the proposed DIDF is so simple that we can easily synthesize. A number of computer simulations were carried out to demonstrate the salient feature of the proposed DIDF compared to the conventional ones(that is, adaptive algorithms).


  • Na, Hee-Seung;Park, Young-Jin
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering Conference
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    • pp.443-448
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    • 2000
  • In this paper, we propose a novel adaptive feedforward controller for periodic disturbance and noise cancellation, with a frequency tracking capability. It can be added to an existing feedback control system without altering the original closed-loop characteristics, which is based on adaptive algorithm. We introduce novel algorithm "Constrained AFC(adaptive feedforward controller) algorithm" that increase the convergence region regardless of the delay in the closed loop system. In the algorithms, coefficients of the controller are adapted using the residuals of constrained structure which are defined in such a way that the coefficients become time invariant. The proposed algorithm not only estimate the magnitude and phase of the tonal disturbance and noise but also track the frequency of the tone, which changes in quasi-static manner. The frequency tracking algorithm uses the instantaneous frequency approach based on Hilbert transform. A number of computer simulations have been carried out in order to demonstrate the effectiveness of proposed method under various conditions.

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