Advances and trends in mathematical modelling, control and identification of vibrating systems
Rosas-Caro, Julio Cesar
Ramirez, Juan M
Félix Patrón, Roberto Salvador
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(Prefacio del libro) This book introduces novel results in mathematical modelling, parameter identification, and efficient automatic control for a wide range of applications of mechanical, electric, and mechatronic systems, where undesirable oscillations or vibrations are manifested. The six chapters of the book written by experts from the international scientific community cover a wide range of interesting research topics related to original and innovative contributions to identification techniques of rotordynamic parameters in rotor-bearing systems, finite element modelling, active vehicle suspension systems, model-free data-driven-based control, voltage source converters, static synchronous compensators, bending vibrations in flexible structures, active vibration control on quadrotor aerial vehicles, artificial neural networks, particle swarm optimization, and low-frequency oscillations in large-scale power systems. The book is addressed to both academic and industrial researchers and practitioners, as well as to postgraduate and undergraduate engineering students and other experts in a wide variety of disciplines seeking to know more about the advances and trends in mathematical modelling, control, and identification of engineering systems in which undesirable oscillations or vibrations could be presented during their operation.