Active oscillation reduction in hydraulic load handling machines with energy implications

Guido Francesco Ritelli, Purdue University

Abstract

This work proposes an electro-hydraulic control method for oscillation damping in mobile hydraulic machines. This control approach is based on an optimization process therefore it is applicable to a large variety of fluid power machines. However, a particular case study, a hydraulic crane, is used within this work to demonstrate the effectiveness, ease of application, and energy saving features of the control method. (Abstract shortened by ProQuest.) ^

Degree

Ph.D.

Advisors

Andrea Vacca, Purdue University.

Subject Area

Engineering|Mechanical engineering

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