A review of active control applied to plates and cylinders

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This paper presents adaptive feedforward active control applied to simple structures comprised of beam, plate and cylindrical elements. For each system under consideration, by initially obtaining a good understanding of the physics of the structural and acoustic responses, the active control application can be tuned to improve the control performance. In particular, the use of active structural acoustic control to attenuate the structurally radiated sound fields is investigated.
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Kessissoglou, Nicole
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2006
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