Kurt Schlacher, Andreas Kugi,
"Stabilization of Mechanical Structures with Distributed Sensors and Actuators: A Hamiltonian Approach"
, in Proceedings of DETC'99/VIB-8008, 1999 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, on CD, Seite(n) 1-11, 9-1999, ISBN: 0-791819-67-1

Original Titel:

Stabilization of Mechanical Structures with Distributed Sensors and Actuators: A Hamiltonian Approach

Sprache des Titels:

Englisch

Original Kurzfassung:

Intelligent mechanical structures based on piezoelectricity form an important new group of actuators and sensors for active vibration control. Since this technology allows to construct spatially distributed devices, new design possibilities for the control systems open up. Now the design of the spatially distributed sensors and actuators becomes part of the controller design itself. Several well established approaches, like the PD-, H2- and Hinf-design are adapted to solve this problem. They are based on infinite dimensional Hamiltonian systems in conjunction with collocated actuator and sensor pairing. Since this approach is based on the so called Poisson bracket only, one can unify the controller design for finite and for infinite dimensional systems. Of course, the stability investigations are much more complicated in the latter case. Finally, application to beams and plates demonstrate the power and effectivness of the proposed methods.

Sprache der Kurzfassung:

Englisch

Englischer Titel:

Stabilization of Mechanical Structures with Distributed Sensors and Actuators: A Hamiltonian Approach

Englische Kurzfassung:

Intelligent mechanical structures based on piezoelectricity form an important new group of actuators and sensors for active vibration control. Since this technology allows to construct spatially distributed devices, new design possibilities for the control systems open up. Now the design of the spatially distributed sensors and actuators becomes part of the controller design itself. Several well established approaches, like the PD-, H2- and Hinf-design are adapted to solve this problem. They are based on infinite dimensional Hamiltonian systems in conjunction with collocated actuator and sensor pairing. Since this approach is based on the so called Poisson bracket only, one can unify the controller design for finite and for infinite dimensional systems. Of course, the stability investigations are much more complicated in the latter case. Finally, application to beams and plates demonstrate the power and effectivness of the proposed methods.

Journal:

Proceedings of DETC'99/VIB-8008, 1999 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, on CD

Seitenreferenz:

1-11

Erscheinungsmonat:

9

Erscheinungsjahr:

1999

ISBN:

0-791819-67-1

Anzahl der Seiten:

11

Notiz zur Publikation:

Schlacher K., Kugi A.: Stabilization of Mechanical Structures with Distributed Sensors and Actuators: A Hamiltonian Approach, In: Proceedings of DETC'99/VIB-8008, 1999 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, September 12-15 1999, Las Vegas, USA, pp. 1-11, 1999.
ISBN: 0-791819-67-1