This paper presents active vibration control based on self-sensing for unknown target structures by direct velocity feedback (DVFB) with enhanced adaptive feed-forward cancellation (AFC). AFC is known as an adaptive control method, and the adaptive algorithm can estimate a periodic disturbance. In a previous study, an enhanced AFC was developed to compensate for a non-periodic disturbance. An active vibration control based on self-sensing by DVFB can suppress mechanical resonance by using relative velocity between the voice coil actuator and a target structure. In this study, the enhanced AFC was applied to compensate disturbance for the self-sensing vibration control system. The simulation results showed the vibration control system with DVFB and enhanced AFC could suppress mechanical resonance and compensate disturbances.

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