8 edition of Applied vibration suppression using piezoelectric materials found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mehrdad R. Kermani, Mehrdad Moallem and Rajni V. Patel.|
|Contributions||Moallem, Mehredad., Patel, R. V.|
|LC Classifications||TA355 .K455 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||2007030611|
Active vibration suppression of multilayered plates integrated with piezoelectric fiber reinforced composites using an efficient finite element model Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. , No. 16 The design and Implementation of output feedback based frequency shaped sliding mode controller for the smart structure. These devices, consisting of a piezoelectric element and a resonant shunt, are analogous to mechanical damped vibration ab sorbers. In the past, a single piezoelectric device has been used to suppress a single structural mode. In this paper, the theory is expanded so that a single piezoelectric element can be used to suppress multiple modes.
Piezoelectric-Based Vibration Control: From Macro to Micro/Nano Scale Systems covers a comprehensive understanding and physical principles in piezoelectric materials and structures used in a variety of vibration-control systems. With its self-contained and single-source style, this book provides a widespread spectrum of discussions ranging from fundamental concepts of mechanical vibration. Similarly, a dynamic vibration absorber is proved to be a very simple and effective vibration suppression device, with many practical implementations in civil and mechanical engineering. This paper analyzes the prospect of using a vibration absorber for possible energy harvesting.
The PVDF sensor is applied in a vibration test system. With direct piezoelectric effect, the PVDF generates voltage while vibration signal is loaded. When the vibration is week, and the voltage of PVDF is low, then the high output impedance of PVDF makes the voltage pick-up hard, therefore a special voltage pre-amplify circuit is needed. Williams D, Khodoparast HH and Yang C () Active vibration control of a flexible link robot with the use of piezoelectric actuators. In: Materials Science, Engineering and Chemistry Web of Conferences –
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The aim of this book is to provide insight on the vibration problem in structurally flexible mechanisms, particularly robotic manipulators. The book covers different aspects of flexible structures.
It partially includes the fundamental formulations for modeling of a flexible structure actuated with piezoelectric : Rajni V.
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About the authors Piezoelectric-Based Vibration Control: From Macro to Micro/Nano Scale Systems covers a comprehensive understanding and physical principles in piezoelectric materials and structures used in a variety of vibration-control systems.
Recent progress in piezoelectric materials for distributed actuators and sensors has triggered a considerable interest in smart structures. In general, the smart structures featuring surface-bonded or embedded piezoelectric actuators and/or sensors are primarily applied to vibration and position control of fl exible structural systems.
About this book An advanced look at vibration analysis with a focus on active vibration suppression As modern devices, from cell phones to airplanes, become lighter and more flexible, vibration suppression and analysis becomes more critical.
Vibration with Control, 2nd Edition includes modelling, analysis and testing methods. world of piezoelectric materials and the broad scope of electromechanical transducers in which piezoelectric components are successfully applied.
About the Authors Jan Holterman got acquainted with piezoelectric materials and components during his PhD research at the University of Twente, The Netherlands, into active vibration control using.
The use of piezoelectric materials in smart/adaptive structures has been studied intensely for more than a decade. Engineering applications using this technology have been proposed and conceived experimentally, such as for active vibration suppression (Fuller. et al., ; Bailey and Hubbard, ; Garcia.
et al. Livet et al. 3],  studied vibration suppression for a simplified blade model using a piezoelectric patch of PZT material placed on top of the blade. The authors used an Euler-Bernoulli beam model to calculate the size and location of piezo elements and they presented a. A Review of Power Harvesting from Vibration using Piezoelectric Materials Henry A.
Sodano, Daniel J. Inman and Gyuhae Park ABSTRACT—The process of acquiring the energy surround-ing a system and converting it into usable electrical energy is termed power harvesting. In the last few years, there has. Piezo-passive-dampers comprise a piezoelectric ceramic particle, polymer, and a carbon black, which suppress the noise vibration more effectively than traditional rubbers.
Active vibration damping using piezoelectric materials integrated with structural systems has found widespread use in engineering applications. Current vibration suppression systems usually consist of piezoelectric extension actuators bonded to the surface or embedded within the structure.
The use of piezoelectric shear actuators/sensors has been proposed as an alternative, where the electric. The use of the piezoelectric sensor/actuator pairs for active control of plates is discussed.
An intelligent neural network based controller is designed to control the optimal voltage applied on the piezoelectric patches. The control technique utilizes a neurocontroller along with a Kalman Filter to compute the appropriate actuator command. Vibration suppression using constrained layer damping (CLD) is based on the dissipation of energy in a viscoelastic layer such as patches of piezoelectric materials, have been used to enhance the induced shear in the VEM1 by modifying the PZT patches are applied symmetrically to either side on top of the constraining layer.
This study extends the piezoelectric network concept, which has been utilized for mode delocalization in periodic structures, to the control of mistuned bladed disks under engine order excitation. A piezoelectric network is synthesized and optimized to effectively suppress vibration in bladed disks.
Vibration with Control includes modeling, analysis, and testing methods. New topics include metastructures and the use of piezoelectric materials, and numerical methods are also discussed. All material is placed on a firm mathematical footing by introducing concepts from linear algebra (matrix theory) and applied functional analysis when required.
The book combines vibration modeling and analysis with active control to provide concepts for effective vibration suppression. Gupta V, Sharma M, Thakur N, Singh SP () Active vibration control of a smart plate using a piezoelectric sensor–actuator pair at elevated temperatures.
Smart Mater Struct (13. For a given piezoelectric material, d 31 is always smaller than d 33 because in the 31 mode the stress is not applied along the polar axis of the piezoelectric material. Therefore, in order to utilize a piezoelectric sheet in the “d 33 ” mode for higher energy output, an interdigitated electrode design can be used (Figure 1(c)).
Piezoelectric materials have the advantage that the displacement is proportional to the applied voltage over a wide voltage range.
Piezoelectric materials can be divided into three types - ceramics, crystals, and polymers. Piezoelectric ceramics consist of tiny piezoelectric crystals bonded together. Therefore, vibration control must be applied to guarantee the flexible structure's safety.
Due to the advantages of wide frequency band, low cost and easy implementation, piezoelectric materials have been intensively investigated for vibration control of flexible structures [6, 7]. In the s, Dosch et al were the first to use a piezoelectric ceramic as a SSA, and proposed a signal separation method based on a bridge circuit.
A single piezoelectric ceramic element was bonded to the base of the cantilever beam. Strain or strain rate of the beam separated from the circuit was applied to vibration control.