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Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on Smart Structures and Structronic Systems, held in Magdeburg, Germany, 26-29 September 2000

Synergistic integration of smart materials, structures, sensors, actuators and control electronics has redefined the concept of"structures" from a conventional passive elastic system to an active controllable structronic (structure +electronic) system with inherent self-sensing, diagnosis, and control capabilities. Such structronic systems can be used as components of high performance systems or can be an integrated structure itself performing designated functions and tasks. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of structronic systems their development has attracted researchers and scientists from theoretical and applied mechanics and many other disciplines, such as structures, materials, control, electronics, computers, mathematics, manufacturing, electromechanics, etc. , see Figure I. This field was first introduced about mid-80 and it is quickly becoming a new emerging field recognized as one ofthe key technologies of 51 the 21 century. This new field focuses on not only multi-field and multi-discipline integrations, but has also enormous practical applications impacting many industries and enriching human living qualities. Structures (Systemill, Monitoring. . . ) (Non-homogeneous & Incompatible Structures) Electromechanics I StrucTranics I (SmartStructures) ___. I Mechanics (Solid, (Intelligent Structural Systems) Fracture,Fatigue. . . ) DynamicslKinematics & Vibration Figure I Multi-disciplinary integration ofstructronic systems. To reflect the rapid development in smart structures and structronic systems, the objective of the IUTAM 2000 Symposium on Smart Structures and Structronic Systems, the first IUTAM symposium in this new emerging area, is to provide a forum to discuss recent research advances and future directions or trends in this field.

Autorentext
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Gabbert ist Lehrstuhlleiter für Numerische Mechanik am Institut für Mechanik der Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg.

Klappentext

This volume contains contributions presented at the IUTAM Symposium on Smart Structures and Structronic Systems, held in Magdeburg, Germany, 26-29 September 2000. Synergistic integration of smart materials, structures, sensors, actuators and control electronics has redefined the concept of structures from a conventional passive elastic system to an active controllable structronic (structure + electronic) system with inherent self-sensing, diagnosis, and control capabilities. The Symposium was focused on the fundamental mechanics and electromechanics of structures and structronic systems, including smart materials, sensors, actuators, and control electronics. This book represents the symposium highlights, and consists of 43 papers presented by distinguished scientists from 15 countries. The editors sincerely hope that the book will serve as a milestone in this new emerging field and further promote the technology in both scientific research and practical applications of structronic systems. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of structronic systems this book will be of interest to researchers and engineers from theoretical and applied mechanics and many other disciplines, such as structures, materials, control, electronics, electromechanics, manufacturing, computers, and mathematics.



Inhalt
Preface. Welcome Addresses. Committees and Sponsors. Simultaneous Active Damping and Health Monitoring of Aircraft Panels; D.J. Inman, et al. Decentralized Vibration Control and Coupled Aeroservoelastic Simulation of Helicopter Rotor Blades with Adaptive Airfoils; B.A. Grohmann, et al. Design of Reduced-Order Controllers on a Representative Aircraft Fuselage; M.J. Atalla, et al. Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear and Controlled Electromechanical Transducers; R. Lerch, et al. Smart Structures in Robotics; F. Dignath, et al. An Approach for Conceptual Design of Piezoactuated Micromanipulators; K.D. Hristov, et al. Modelling and Optimisation of Passive Damping for Bonded Repair to Acoustic Fatigue Cracking; L.R.F. Rose, C.H. Wang. A Localization Concept for Delamination Damages in CFRP; S. Keye, et al. Structures with Highest Ability of Adaptation to Overloading; J. Holnicki-Szulc, T. Bielecki. Bio-Inspired Study on the Structure and Process of Smart Materials and Structures; B.L. Zhou, et al. MAO Technology of New Active Elements Reception; S.N. Isakov, et al. Modeling of Bending Actuators Based on Functionally Gradient Materials; T. Hauke, et al. Fabrication of Smart Actuators Based on Composite Materials; H. Asanuma. On the Analytical and Numerical Modelling of Piezoelectric Fibre Composites; M. Sester, Ch. Poizat. On Superelastic Deformation of NiTi Memory Alloy Micro-Tubes and Wires - Band Nucleation and Propagation; Q.P. Sun, et al. The Damping Capacity of Shape Memory Alloys and its Use in the Development of Smart Structures; R. Lammering, I. Schmidt. Prediction of Effective Stress-Strain Behavior of SM Composites with Aligned SMA Short-Fibers; J. Wang, Y.P. Shen. Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Shape Memory Alloy Devices Using a Real Multi-Dimensional Model; X. Gao, et al. The Role of Thermomechanical Coupling in the Dynamic Behavior of Shape Memory Alloys; O. Heintze, et al. Dynamic Instability of Laminated Piezoelectric Shells; X.M. Yang, et al. Flexural Analysis of Piezoelectric Coupled Structures; Q. Wang, S.T. Quek. Active Noise Control Studies Using the Rayleigh-Ritz Method; S.V. Gopinathan, et al. A Wavelet-Based Approach for Dynamic Control of Intelligent Piezoelectric Plate Structures with Linear and Nonlinear Deformation; Y.-H. Zhou, et al. On Finite Element Analysis of Piezoelectric Controlled Smart Structures; H. Berger, et al. A Study on Segmentation of Distributed Piezoelectric Sectorial Actuators in Annular Plates; A. Tylikowski. Thin-Walled Smart Laminated Structures: Theory and Some Applications; N.N. Rogacheva. Precision Actuation of Micro-Space Structures; S.-S. Lih, et al. Experimental Studies on Soft Core Sandwich Plates with a Built-in Adaptive Layer; H. Abramovich, H.-R. Meyer-Piening. Simulation of Smart Composite Materials of the Type of MEM by Using Neural Network Control; V.D. Koshur. Damage Detection in Structures by Electrical Impedance and Optimization Technique; V. Lopes, Jr., et al. Optimal Placement of Piezoelectric Actuators to Interior Noise Control; I. Hagiwara, et al. Simultaneous Optimization of Actuator Placement and Structural Parameters by Mathematical and Genetic Optimization Algorithms; G. Locatelli, et al. Suitable Algorithms for Model Updating and their Deployment for Smart Structures; M.W. Zehn, O. Martin. Bending Analysis of Piezoelectric Laminates; M.H. Zhao, et al. Buckling of Curved Column and Twinning Deformation Effect; Y. Urushiyama, et al. Electronic Circuit Modeling and Analysis of Distributed Structronic Systems; H.S. Tzou, J.

Produktinformationen

Titel: IUTAM Symposium on Smart Structures and Structronic Systems
Untertitel: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Magdeburg, Germany, 26-29 September 2000
Editor:
EAN: 9789401038362
ISBN: 9401038368
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Genre: Maschinenbau
Anzahl Seiten: 388
Gewicht: 618g
Größe: H240mm x B160mm x T20mm
Jahr: 2012
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001

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