Advanced Dynamics and Model-Based Control of Structures and Machines


Advanced Dynamics and Model-Based Control
of Structures and Machines

  • Development of Integral Molding of Functionally-Graded Syntactic Foams
  • Dynamic Instabilities of Simple Inelastic Structures Subjected to Earthquake Excitation
  • Nonlinear Dynamics and Control of Ultrasonic Technology Processes and Systems
  • Experimental Studies of Thermoviscohyperelastic Behaviour of Filled Elastomers
  • Example of Instability in Drive Mechanisms
  • Positioning Systems: Global Versus Local
  • Real-Time Multi-channel Cable Replacement for Structural Control
  • Flatness-Based MPC and Global Path Planning Towards
  • Stress Focusing Effect of an Elastic Solid in the Context of Generalized Thermoelasticity
This book contains the contributions presented during the Russia-Austria Joint
Workshop on Advanced Dynamics and Model Based Control of Structures and
Machines, which took place at the Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria,
in April 2010. The workshop aimed at bringing together scientists from Russia and
Austria with an outstanding expertise in mechanics and control, with emphasis on
the application to advanced structures and machines. The international character
of the workshop was deepened by the participation of widely renowned scientists
from Italy, Japan and Taiwan. The workshop continued a series of international
workshops, which started with a Japan-Austria Joint Workshop on Mechanics and
Model Based Control of Smart Materials and Structures that took place in Linz,
Austria, in September 2008.
This series of workshops is organized within the framework of the Area
Mechanics and Model Based Control of the Austrian Center of Competence in
Mechatronics (ACCM). This peer-reviewed Center served as the Steering Organisation
for the workshop series. Mechanics and Model Based Control are
rapidly expanding scientific fields and fundamental disciplines of engineering,
particularly in Mechatronics. They share demanding mathematical and/or systemtheoretic
formulations and methods. One challenge in Mechanics and Model Based
Control is to use the ever increasing computer power with respect to both, the
simulation of complex physical phenomena in mechanics, and the design and realtime
implementation of novel control system


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