Modelling and Precision Control of Systems with Hysteresis covers the piezoelectric and other smart materials that are increasingly employed as actuators in precision engineering, from scanning probe microscopes (SPMs) in life science and nano-manufacturing, to precision active optics in astronomy, including space laser communication, space imaging cameras, and the micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS). As smart materials are known for having hysteretic dynamics, it is necessary to overcome issues with a broadband range of frequencies.
This book offers both the mathematical tools for modeling the systems and applications, including complete case studies and source code for the experiments to help both academics and researchers in the industry to achieve precision in the control of Smart Actuator systems.
- Provides a comprehensive identification of typical complex hysteresis
- Presents control algorithm design for systems with hysteresis
- Contain numerous real life examples and two complete case studies
- Source code to examples are provided
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Systems with Hysteresis
Chapter 3 Hysteresis Modeling in Smart
Chapter 4 Comprehensive Modeling of Multifield Hysteretic Dynamics
Chapter 5 Control Approaches for Systems with Hysteresis
Chapter 6 Case Study of a Piezoelectric Steering Platform
Chapter 7 Case Study of Active Vibration Isolation
Chapter 8 Conclusions
Dr.Liu Lei is professor at the Dalian University of Technology in the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China.
His research interests mainly focus on the precision modelling and control of hysteretic dynamics, vibration isolation, modern control systems design and with the applications in precision engineering, aeronautics and astronautics.
Dr Liu has developed the modelling and identification of accurate hysteretic dynamics as well as several compensation and control approaches for piezoelectric systems. The proposed modelling, identification and compensation methods have been demonstrated in experiments. Dr Liu has published more than 15 journal papers and conference papers in
Yi Yang was born in May 1965. She received the Ph.D. degree in optical engineering from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, in March 2001. Dr. Yang is currently the Deputy Chief in Engineer of Luoyang Institute of Electro-optical Devices in China. Dr. Yang is also the deputy to the Twelfth National People's Congress of China. Her current research interests mainly include development of the electro-optical devices, design of laser devices and photoelectric detection technology. Until now, Dr. Yang has published 3 patents and 40 papers. Dr. Yang is currently an Associate Editor of Laser Technology, Electronics Optics and Control. Dr. Yang is a member of Chinese Society of Astronautics and Chinese Optical Engineering Society. Dr. Yang is also the first class expert in China Aviation Industry Group Company. Dr. Yang has received more than 20 times provincial Prize for Progress in Science and Technology.