Control and Dynamic Systems: Advances in Theory and Applications, Volume 57: Multidisciplinary Engineering Systems: Design and Optimization Techniques and their Application deals with techniques used in the design and optimization of future engineering systems.
Comprised of 11 chapters, this book covers techniques for improving product design quality in multidisciplinary systems. These techniques include decomposition techniques for synthesis process; optimization for aircraft systems; actuator and sensor placement; and robust techniques in system design and control process.
Students, research workers, and practising engineers will find this book invaluable.
Contents Contributors Preface Decomposition Methods for Multidisciplinary Synthesis Multilevel Optimization Techniques for Aircraft Integrated Aerodynamic-Structural Design Optimization of Aircraft Wings Actuator and Sensor Placement for Control of Flexible Structures Structural Modification Techniques for Robust Actively Controlled Structures Active Control for Segmented Mirror Optical Systems Robust Control Experiments for Two Highly Elastic Space Structures Applications of an Optimization-Based Integrated Controls-Structures Design Methodology for Flexible Space Structures Adaptive Linear System Identification and State Estimation Analysis and Robust Control Techniques for an Ideal Flexible Beam Simple Adaptive Controller with Applications to Wing Flutter Index
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- 27th July 1993
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