Efficient Approach for Dynamic Parameter Identification and Control Design of Structronic Systems
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The proposed study addresses various-type structronic systems (SS) like robots having elastic joints/links or engineering structures with vibration/shape control. SS can be considered as functionally directed compositions of mutually influencing subsystems: control, actuator, structural, and sensor subsystems. Actuators may be of various-type, e.g., electrical motors, electro-hydraulic cylinders, piezo-electric, electro-magnetic actuators. SS may have, therefore, highly complex dynamics and the parameters describing them are often very difficult or impossible to estimate with the required accuracy. To model and control such complex mechanical systems is a challenging problem and one that has been addressed by many researchers, [5, 6, 7], , .
KeywordsControl Design Multibody System Active Suspension Quantitative Feedback Theory Robust Control Design
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