Very Large Space Structures (VLSS) are challenging systems to be. .The dynamics and control of a flexible manipulator arm with payload mass on a flexible base in space are considered.
Very Large Space Structures (VLSS) are challenging systems to be controlled, due to their high flexibility. One of the most interesting issues in modeling large flexible space structures is associated to the evaluation of the inertia tensor which in general depends not only on the geometric 'fixed' characteristic of the satellite but also on its elastic displacements which of course in turn modify the 'shape' of the satellite.
The reduction of the large in-plane static deformation of a thin hyperelastic plate using control loads is considered. Kamat, e. Optimization Issues in the Design and Control of Large Space Structures, ASCE publication, New York, 1985. Amos, ed. Large Space Structures: Dynamics and Control, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1988. zbMATHGoogle Scholar.
Design optimization is an engineering design methodology using a mathematical formulation of a design problem to support selection of the optimal design among many alternatives. Design optimization involves the following stages: Variables: Describe the design alternatives. Objective: Elected functional combination of variables (to be maximized or minimized). Constraints: Combination of Variables expressed as equalities or inequalities that must be satisfied for any acceptable design alternative.
Design Sensitivity Analysis Of Nonlinear Structures Ii. Manohar P. Kamat. Modeling Concurrency In The Design Of Composite Structures. This book is the ultimate single reference source on the subject of structural optimization
Design Sensitivity Analysis Of Nonlinear Structures Ii. This book is the ultimate single reference source on the subject of structural optimization. Chapters written by 35 field experts document the state of the art in structural optimization with a vie. More).
The first paper examines the use of several different types of parameters for parameter estimation based on actual test data
The first paper examines the use of several different types of parameters for parameter estimation based on actual test data. The approximation of multivariable control system performance by the redesign of structures for reduced dynamic response is also studied. A third study shows that by designing a structure based on an optimality criterion approach the dynamic characteristics of a closed-loop system or a large space structure can be improved.
The concepts presented in the book are not only relevant to skeletal structures but can equally be used for the analysis of other systems such as hydraulic and electrical networks. The book has been substantially revised to include recent developments and applications of the algebraic graph theory and matroids. The contributions in this book discuss large-scale problems like the optimal design of domes, antennas, transmission line towers, barrel vaults and steel frames with different types of limitations such as strength, buckling, displacement and natural frequencies.
Rutkovskii, V. M. Sukhanov, Some questions of control of the robotized in-orbit assembly of large space structures, Autom. Remote Control, 67:8 (2006), 1215–1227.
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Space mapping optimization for engineering design. Optimization issues in ocean acoustics
Space mapping optimization for engineering design. 1. The identification of the current density profile in a tokamak. 17. Duality for inverse problems in wave propagation. Optimization issues in ocean acoustics. 151. Gradient methods in inverse acoustic and electromagnetic scattering. Large-Scale Optimization with Applications: Part III: Molecular Structure.
Author: Manohar P. Kamat
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