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Control System for an Automotive Suspension Based on Theory of Regions

Abstract : Advanced active suspension systems for automotive applications are frequently addressed in the literature and widely studied in industry. Active suspension have been considered due to their potential improvement and ride quality and on road handling capability. This paper deals with single-wheel suspension car model. This work presents a new method for synthesizing PN controllers using theory of regions. Firstly we present a hybrid Petri net model for a quarter-car suspension, and the to avoid the vibrations caused by accelerations caused by vehicles, we control the system using the theory of regions.
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Sadok Rezig, Zied Achour, Nidhal Rezg. Control System for an Automotive Suspension Based on Theory of Regions. Proceedings of the 7th International Multi-Conferences on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernetics: IMCIC 2016 Society and Information Technologies: ICSIT 2016, Mar 2016, Orlando, Florida, USA, United States. ⟨hal-02968548⟩



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