Motion and Vibration Control [electronic resource] / edited by Heinz Ulbrich, Lucas Ginzinger.

By: Ulbrich, Heinz [editor.]Contributor(s): Ginzinger, Lucas [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2009Description: XI, 378 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402094385Subject(s): Engineering | Vibration | Mechanical engineering | Control engineering systems | Engineering | Vibration, Dynamical Systems, Control | Control , Robotics, Mechatronics | Mechanical EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 620 LOC classification: TA355TA352-356Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Active and Passive Switching Vibration Control with Lyapunov Function -- Performance Assessment of a Multi-Frequency Controller Applied to a Flexible Rotor Magnetic Bearing System — Contact Dynamics -- Passivity-Based Trajectory Control of an Overhead Crane by Interconnection and Damping Assignment -- Control of Vibration-Driven Systems Moving in Resistive Media -- Applying Iterative Learning Control for Accuracy Improvement of an Electromagnetically Actuated Punch -- Computer-Aided Integrated Design for Mechatronic Systems with Varying Dynamics -- Development of a Repulsive Magnetic Bearing Device with an Adjustability Function of Radial Stiffness -- Driver Assistance Technology to Enhance Traffic Safety -- Improving Absorption of Sound Using Active Control -- Modeling and Control of a Pneumatically Driven Stewart Platform -- Singularity-Consistent Torque Control of a Redundant Flexible-Base Manipulator -- Semi-Active Control of a Targeted Mode of Smart Structures Submitted to Multimodal Excitation -- Model-Based Fault Detection on a Rotor in an Actively Supported Bearing Using Piezoelectric Actuators and the FXLMS-Algorithm -- Act-and-Wait Control Concept for a Force Control Process with Delayed Feedback -- Design of a Disturbance Observer and Model-Based Friction Feedforward to Compensate Quadrant Glitches -- Active Vibration Control of Multibody Rolling Contact System -- Vibration Control of Hard Disk Drive with Smart Structure Technology for Improving Servo Performance -- An Industrial-Robots Suited Input Shaping Control Scheme -- Multi-Objective Road Adaptive Control of an Active Suspension System -- Development & Control of Master-Slave Robot Hand Driven by Pneumatic Actuator -- Surface AcousticWave Linear Motor Using Glass Substrate -- Humanoid Robot LOLA — Research Platform for High-SpeedWalking -- Active Control of Flexural Vibration: An Adaptive Anechoic Termination -- Enduring Rotary Motion Experiment of Devil Stick by General-Purpose Manipulator -- Active Damping of Vibrations of a Lightweight Beam Structure — Experimental Results -- Investigation of Excitation Methods in Active Control of Sound Transmission through a Thin Planar Structure -- Design of Feed-Forward Control for Underactuated Multibody Systems with Kinematic Redundancy -- Fusion Filter for Orientation Estimation of Biped Robot -- Control of Deployment Mechanism for Space Application by Compliance Control and Complementary System Representation -- A Study on Locomotion Stability by Controling Joint Stiffness of Biped Robot with Pneumatic Actuators -- Mechatronic Design of Hard-Mount Concepts for Precision Equipment -- Contact Transition Control of a Flexible Structure Mounted Manipulator -- Velocity Tracking Control of a Four-Rotor Mini Helicopter -- Hybrid Connected Control Method with Equivalent Performance for Two Flexible Parallel Buildings with Different Heights and Stiffness -- A One-DOF Controlled Magnetic Bearing for Compact Centrifugal Blood Pumps -- Active Flutter Suppression of a Nonlinear Aeroelastic System Using PI-Observer.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Motion and vibration control is a fundamental technology for the development of advanced mechanical systems such as mechatronics, vehicle systems, robots, spacecraft, and rotating machinery. Often the implementation of high performance, low power consumption designs is only possible with the use of this technology. It is also vital to the mitigation of natural hazards for large structures such as high-rise buildings and tall bridges, and to the application of flexible structures such as space stations and satellites. Recent innovations in relevant hardware, sensors, actuators, and software have facilitated new research in this area. This book deals with the interdisciplinary aspects of emerging technologies of motion and vibration control for mechanical, civil and aerospace systems. It covers a broad range of applications (e.g. vehicle dynamics, actuators, rotor dynamics, biologically inspired mechanics, humanoid robot dynamics and control, etc.) and also provides advances in the field of fundamental research e.g. control of fluid/structure integration, nonlinear control theory, etc. Each of the contributors is a recognised specialist in his field, and this gives the book relevance and authority in a wide range of areas.
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Active and Passive Switching Vibration Control with Lyapunov Function -- Performance Assessment of a Multi-Frequency Controller Applied to a Flexible Rotor Magnetic Bearing System — Contact Dynamics -- Passivity-Based Trajectory Control of an Overhead Crane by Interconnection and Damping Assignment -- Control of Vibration-Driven Systems Moving in Resistive Media -- Applying Iterative Learning Control for Accuracy Improvement of an Electromagnetically Actuated Punch -- Computer-Aided Integrated Design for Mechatronic Systems with Varying Dynamics -- Development of a Repulsive Magnetic Bearing Device with an Adjustability Function of Radial Stiffness -- Driver Assistance Technology to Enhance Traffic Safety -- Improving Absorption of Sound Using Active Control -- Modeling and Control of a Pneumatically Driven Stewart Platform -- Singularity-Consistent Torque Control of a Redundant Flexible-Base Manipulator -- Semi-Active Control of a Targeted Mode of Smart Structures Submitted to Multimodal Excitation -- Model-Based Fault Detection on a Rotor in an Actively Supported Bearing Using Piezoelectric Actuators and the FXLMS-Algorithm -- Act-and-Wait Control Concept for a Force Control Process with Delayed Feedback -- Design of a Disturbance Observer and Model-Based Friction Feedforward to Compensate Quadrant Glitches -- Active Vibration Control of Multibody Rolling Contact System -- Vibration Control of Hard Disk Drive with Smart Structure Technology for Improving Servo Performance -- An Industrial-Robots Suited Input Shaping Control Scheme -- Multi-Objective Road Adaptive Control of an Active Suspension System -- Development & Control of Master-Slave Robot Hand Driven by Pneumatic Actuator -- Surface AcousticWave Linear Motor Using Glass Substrate -- Humanoid Robot LOLA — Research Platform for High-SpeedWalking -- Active Control of Flexural Vibration: An Adaptive Anechoic Termination -- Enduring Rotary Motion Experiment of Devil Stick by General-Purpose Manipulator -- Active Damping of Vibrations of a Lightweight Beam Structure — Experimental Results -- Investigation of Excitation Methods in Active Control of Sound Transmission through a Thin Planar Structure -- Design of Feed-Forward Control for Underactuated Multibody Systems with Kinematic Redundancy -- Fusion Filter for Orientation Estimation of Biped Robot -- Control of Deployment Mechanism for Space Application by Compliance Control and Complementary System Representation -- A Study on Locomotion Stability by Controling Joint Stiffness of Biped Robot with Pneumatic Actuators -- Mechatronic Design of Hard-Mount Concepts for Precision Equipment -- Contact Transition Control of a Flexible Structure Mounted Manipulator -- Velocity Tracking Control of a Four-Rotor Mini Helicopter -- Hybrid Connected Control Method with Equivalent Performance for Two Flexible Parallel Buildings with Different Heights and Stiffness -- A One-DOF Controlled Magnetic Bearing for Compact Centrifugal Blood Pumps -- Active Flutter Suppression of a Nonlinear Aeroelastic System Using PI-Observer.

Motion and vibration control is a fundamental technology for the development of advanced mechanical systems such as mechatronics, vehicle systems, robots, spacecraft, and rotating machinery. Often the implementation of high performance, low power consumption designs is only possible with the use of this technology. It is also vital to the mitigation of natural hazards for large structures such as high-rise buildings and tall bridges, and to the application of flexible structures such as space stations and satellites. Recent innovations in relevant hardware, sensors, actuators, and software have facilitated new research in this area. This book deals with the interdisciplinary aspects of emerging technologies of motion and vibration control for mechanical, civil and aerospace systems. It covers a broad range of applications (e.g. vehicle dynamics, actuators, rotor dynamics, biologically inspired mechanics, humanoid robot dynamics and control, etc.) and also provides advances in the field of fundamental research e.g. control of fluid/structure integration, nonlinear control theory, etc. Each of the contributors is a recognised specialist in his field, and this gives the book relevance and authority in a wide range of areas.

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