Зарегистрироваться
Восстановить пароль
FAQ по входу

Gans R.F. Mechanical Systems: A Unified Approach to Vibrations and Controls

  • Файл формата pdf
  • размером 10,40 МБ
  • Добавлен пользователем
  • Отредактирован
Gans R.F. Mechanical Systems: A Unified Approach to Vibrations and Controls
Springer Cham Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London, 2015. XVI, 437 p. 62 illus., 38 illus. in color. — ISBN 978-3-319-08370-4 ISBN 978-3-319-08371-1 (eBook).
Presents a unified approach to vibrations and controls, including an excellent diagram that simultaneously discusses embedding classical vibrations (mechanical systems) in a discussion of models, inverse models and open and closed loop control
Makes a careful connection of the Lagrangian approach and state space
Introduces the reader to a formal approach to linearization, something that every engineering student should know, but which is not included in many programs or undergraduate textbooks
Emphasizes Includes simulations of nonlinear systems compared with the usual linear approximations
Features a concise discussion of DC motors, affording a more realistic approach to controls
Includes a final chapter address feedback linearization generally, and in the context of robots with purely revolute joints
This essential textbook covers analysis and control of engineering mechanisms, which include almost any apparatus with moving parts used in daily life, from musical instruments to robots. The text presents both vibrations and controls with considerable breadth and depth using a unified notation. It strikes a nice balance between the analytical and the practical. This text contains enough material for a two semester sequence, but it can also be used in a single semester course combining the two topics. Mechanical Systems: A Unified Approach to Vibrations and Controlspresents a common notation and approach to these closely related areas. Examples from the both vibrations and controls components are integrated throughout this text.
This book also:
Presents a unified approach to vibrations and controls, including an excellent diagram that simultaneously discusses embedding classical vibrations (mechanical systems) in a discussion of models, inverse models, and open and closed loop control
Makes a careful connection of the Lagrangian approach and state space
Introduces the reader to a formal approach to linearization, something that every engineering student should know, but which is not included in many programs or undergraduate textbooks
Discusses simulation of nonlinear systems for comparison with and evaluation of the usual linear approximations
Features a concise discussion of DC motors, affording a more realistic approach to controls using voltage inputs instead of disembodied forces and torques
Includes a final chapter that addresses feedback linearization generally and in the context of robots with purely revolute joints
Content Level » Upper undergraduate
Keywords » Controllability - Controls in Mechanical Systems - Fourier Series - Gain Assignment -Lagrange Equations - Laplace Transform - Pole Placement - State Space - Transfer Functions -Vibrations in Mechanical Systems
Related subjects » Mechanical Engineering - Mechanics - Robotics
Table of Contents
Overview with Some Definitions and Mathematics
One Degree of Freedom Systems
More Than One Degree of Freedom Systems and the Euler-Lagrange Process
Modal Analysis
Vibration Measurement
State Space, Equilibrium, Linearization, and Stability
Classical Control
The Basics of State Space Control
Observers
Tracking Control
Introduction to Nonlinear Control.
  • Чтобы скачать этот файл зарегистрируйтесь и/или войдите на сайт используя форму сверху.
  • Регистрация