Minimum Weight and Optimal Control Design of Space Structures
Algorithms are presented to design a minimum weight structure and to improve the dynamic response of a closed-loop control system. Constraints are imposed either on the structural response quantities or on the complex eigenvalue distribution of the closed-loop system. Use of the algorithms is illustrated by solving different problems.
KeywordsSpace Structure Minimum Weight Gain Matrix Linear Quadratic Regulator Minimum Weight Design
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