Application of MIGA to Multi-objective Optimization in Active Vibration Control

Xiangzhong Meng, Xiuhua Shi, Xiangdang Du

Abstract


Based on the system reserve energy index as objective optimization function of the structure vibration system, sets up the multi-objective optimal disposition mathematical model which refer to the system control gain and the sensors and actuators placements, quantities, lengths of the active vibration control system, adopts the multi-island genetic algorithm (MIGA) as optimization strategy. Experiments with intelligent cantilever beam as an example, the vibration control effect is very distinct. Hence, approves the method correctness and feasibility.

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