03519nmm a2200409 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100002400139245010500163250001700268260004800285300003100333505061100364653002300975653003400998653002401032653004001056653001101096653002401107653001301131653002001144653002701164653002701191653001401218653001501232653003701247041001901284989003801303490003401341028003001375856007201405082000801477520162401485EB000614907EBX0100000000000000046798900000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97803872185571 aGawronski, Wodek K.00aDynamics and Control of StructureshElektronische RessourcebA Modal Approachcby Wodek K. Gawronski a1st ed. 1998 aNew York, NYbSpringer New Yorkc1998, 1998 aXX, 232 pbonline resource0 a1. Dynamics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Models -- 3 Controllability and Observability -- 4 Norms -- 5 Model Reduction -- 6 Assignment -- 7 Actuator and Sensor Placement -- 2. Control -- 8 Dissipative Controllers -- 9 LQG Controllers -- 10 H? and H2 Controllers -- Appendix A Matlab Functions -- A.1 Transformation to the Modal Representation -- A.2 Open-Loop Balanced Representation -- A.5 Hankel Modal Norm -- A.6 LQG Balanced Representation -- Appendix B Structural Parameters -- B.1 Stiffness and Mass Matrices of the 2D Truss -- B.2 State-Space Representation of the Deep Space Network Antenna -- References aMechanics, Applied aControl, Robotics, Automation aClassical Mechanics aBuildings / Design and construction aSolids aControl engineering aRobotics aSolid Mechanics aMechanical engineering aMechanical Engineering aMechanics aAutomation aBuilding Construction and Design07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -20040 aMechanical Engineering Series50a10.1007/978-0-387-21855-740uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-21855-7?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a690 aRobots, aerospace structures, active earthquake-damping devices of tall buildings, and active sound suppression are examples of the application of structural dynamics and control methods. This book addresses the structural dynamics and control problems encountered by mechanical, civil, and control engineers. Many problems presented in this book originated in recent applications in the aerospace industry, and have been solved using the approach presented here. Dynamics analysis and controller design for flexible structures require a special approach due to the large size of structural models, and because flexible structure testing and control typically requires massive instrumentation (sensors and actuators). But the rapid development of new technologies and the increased power of computers allows for the formulation and solution of engineering problems that seemed to be unapproachable not so very long ago. The modal approach was chosen in this book. It has a long tradition in structural engineering (see, e.g., [84], [87], and [26]) and is also used in control system analysis, e.g., [93]. Its usefulness, thoroughly tested, does not need extensive justification. Both structural testing and analysis give priority to the modal representation, due to its compactness, simplicity, and explicit physical interpretation. Also, many useful structural properties are properly exposed only in modal coordinates. In this book the modal approach, preferred by structural engineers, is extended into control engineering, giving new analytical results, and narrowing the gap between structural and control analysis