This paper shows how to enhance the vibration attenuation obtained by means of piezoelectric resistive shunt coupled to the use of negative capacitances. This improvement is achieved by adding an inductance in the shunt circuit. This additional inductance is not used to the usual purpose of mono-modal control, but to improve the attenuation in a broader frequency range. The benefits offered by the use of the inductance are explained by describing the shunted electro-mechanical system as a feedback control loop. The achievable attenuation improvements are highlighted in the paper at first through numerical analyses and then by means of an experimental campaign which also allows to evidence the reliability of the model employed to describe the electro-mechanical system.

Enhancement of the broadband vibration attenuation of a resistive piezoelectric shunt

Berardengo M.;
2021-01-01

Abstract

This paper shows how to enhance the vibration attenuation obtained by means of piezoelectric resistive shunt coupled to the use of negative capacitances. This improvement is achieved by adding an inductance in the shunt circuit. This additional inductance is not used to the usual purpose of mono-modal control, but to improve the attenuation in a broader frequency range. The benefits offered by the use of the inductance are explained by describing the shunted electro-mechanical system as a feedback control loop. The achievable attenuation improvements are highlighted in the paper at first through numerical analyses and then by means of an experimental campaign which also allows to evidence the reliability of the model employed to describe the electro-mechanical system.
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