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“…H ∞ control with strong robustness and good optimization performance has attracted much attention in the control filed [23][24][25], and is one of prospective control methodologies for active suspension systems [26,27]. Unfortunately, the nonlinear, high order and strong coupling characteristics of the active suspension systems make it very complex for the H ∞ controller design.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…H ∞ control with strong robustness and good optimization performance has attracted much attention in the control filed [23][24][25], and is one of prospective control methodologies for active suspension systems [26,27]. Unfortunately, the nonlinear, high order and strong coupling characteristics of the active suspension systems make it very complex for the H ∞ controller design.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…1 There are three main types of automotive suspension systems, namely passive suspension, semi-active suspension, and active suspension. 2 Passive suspension is still widely used as a traditional suspension system. Spring and damping system are applied in passive suspension to consume excess energy from the ground to improve passenger comfort.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…To date, few control strategies can handle both the damping force and the state constraints of the semi-active system effectively (Csek o et al, 2011;Nguyen and Choi, 2009). For example, H-infinity control (Wu et al, 2018) and linear parameter-varying control (Poussot-Vassal et al, 2008) have been developed to handle the physical constraints of the control input for semi-active suspension systems.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning