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Abstract: In this paper we deal with the necessary conditions satisfied by the optimal control of a system governed by a quasi-linear parabolic equation. We consider constraints on the state and on the control through the coefficients of this equation. The optimal control problem has been...
The newly developed technique of wavelet transform enables us to observe the evolution in time of the frequency content of a signal. This property makes it very suitable for the detection of vibration transients. However, current algorithms for vibration analysis either have low resolution of...
We present the modeling, parameter identification and design procedure of a linear voice-coil motor. A numerical simulation has been carried out to facilitate system integration. In particular, we use electromechanical analogy and the time-domain identification procedure with the eigensystem...
Abstract: In this paper, flexural vibrations of smart circular plates are considered. Distributed actuators and sensors are realized by means of spatially shaped piezoelastic layers. We use piezoelectric actuating layers shaped in order to annihilate deflections due to known external transverse...
Abstract: A simple discrete four-degree-of-freedom (lumped parameter) model representing a flexible beam undergoing large overall planar prescribed motion has been developed. It serves as a simple tool to investigate two previously studied problems involving flexible-body beam dynamics, namely...
In this paper, we examine the structural damage detection problem with an incomplete set of measurements. Linear matrix inequality (LMI) optimization methods are proposed to solve this hybrid damage detection problem that integrates modal data expansion and model reduction with an LMI based...
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