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Preliminary Results of Laboratory Tested System for Active Control of Plates VIA LabVIEW and Piezoelectric Elements

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The design and implementation of a labview and PID controller developed for the damping of sinusoidally excited forced vibrations of a plate is presented. The plate used in the study is clamped at one side and free at the others aluminum plate with five piezo elements attached. Two of them act as sensors, and three as actuators (one for vibration source, and two for active vibration control). Selected experimental results are used to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed platform.
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118
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1
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168-173
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2010-07
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bwmeta1.element.bwnjournal-article-appv118n138kz
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