Experimental Verification of Wireless Sensing and Control System for Structural Control Using MR-Dampers
Source: National Taiwan University
The performance aspects of a wireless "Active" sensor, including the reliability of the wireless communication channel for real-time data delivery and its application to feedback structural control, are explored in this study. First, the control of MagnetoRheological (MR) dampers using wireless sensors is examined. In this system, the wireless active sensor is responsible for the reception of response data, determination of optimal control forces, and the issuing of command signals to the MR damper.