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In this paper a boundary element method (BEM) is developed for the general flexural-torsional vibration problem of Timoshenko beams of arbitrarily shaped composite cross-section taking into account the effects of warping stiffness, warping and rotary inertia and shear deformation. The composite...
In most situations, the high performance of permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSMs) depends on an absence of chaos; consequently, suppressing chaos becomes quite important. Therefore, this study confirms the chaotic motion and then applies synchronization to a chaotic PMSM system to control...
The propagation of Love waves in an orthotropic granular layer under initial stress overlying a semi-infinite granular medium is investigated in this paper. A Fourier transform method has been applied to find the dispersion equation. The dispersion equation is obtained in the form of a...
This paper presents a novel method for estimating the parameters of electro-mechanical systems, or known as actuators, within limited stroke. Identification of actuators with unlimited stroke is an ordinary problem in control applications. However, in identifying parameters of the actuator like...
This paper is concerned with the problem of robust H ∞ reliable load-dependent control design for a class of semi-active seat suspension systems. A four degree-of-freedom human body model is considered in order to investigate the control strategy more precisely. It is assumed that the human...
This paper considers two aspects of the nonlinear H ∞ control problem: the use of weighting functions for performance and robustness improvement, as in the linear case, and the development of a successive Galerkin approximation method for the solution of the Hamilton—Jacobi—Isaacs equation...
The interaction between railway vehicle and bridge is dynamic and nonlinear in nature. This paper aims to develop a computer-aided numerical method for analyzing coupled railway vehicle-bridge systems of nonlinear features. The finite element method is used to establish not only a bridge model...
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