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Review on LPV Approaches for Suspension Systems


This paper presents a detailed literature review about Linear Parameter Varying (LPV) approaches applied to vehicle suspension systems. Indeed many works have been devoted to vehicle (active and semi-active) suspension in the past 20 years, because this subsystem in the only one affecting passenger comfort and road holding. Moreover several studies have also been concerned with global vehicle dynamic control using the suspension systems in collaboration with other subsystems (steering, braking …). On the other hand, the LPV approaches have proved to be very efficient to control non linear systems as well as to provide some kind of adaptive control. Naturally many LPV methods have been developed for suspension systems in order to take into account the nonlinear characteristics of the dampers, to adapt the suspension performance to the passenger request or to the road profile, to make the suspension systems collaborate with other subsystems, or to provide a fault tolerant control in case of damper loss of efficiency. This survey paper will make a deep analysis about the recent studies dedicated to vehicle suspension systems aiming at providing a better insight on the type of LPV methods that have been considered.

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hal-03526776 , version 1 (14-01-2022)



Olivier Sename. Review on LPV Approaches for Suspension Systems. Electronics, 2021, 10 (17), pp.2120. ⟨10.3390/electronics10172120⟩. ⟨hal-03526776⟩
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