International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering


Vibration suppression has always been an important issue in developing efficient motion control systems. Traditionally, in a mechanical system, the vibrations are suppressed by adding more material to the system in order to increase the rigidity. However, recent advancements in mechatronics, has provided with many alternative solution that avoids excess material addition and increased performance. This paper attempts to summarize various methods that are being developed for vibration detection and suppression. The techniques included in this paper are motion control strategies based on sensors, sensor-actuator and sensorless controllers.





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