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A transistorized circuit for limiting and shaping the input pulses to a fast coincidence circuit By C M York
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CERN Yellow Report CERN-60-08 Geneva : CERN, 1960. - 8 p.
A transistorized circuit for limiting and shaping the input pulses to a fast coincidence circuit By C M York
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CERN Yellow Report CERN-60-08 Geneva : CERN, 1960. - 8 p.
position control with magnetic shape memory actuators By Leonardo Riccardi
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Magnetic shape memory alloys are promising materials for several applications, such as positioning systems. This book presents the main features of those materials, and then addresses the problem of... More > controlling magnetic shape memory positioning actuators. Two control approaches are introduced, namely a PID control and an adaptive control based on adaptive hysteresis compensation. They are able to handle the presence of hysteresis in the input-output characteristic. The adaptive approach also handles the temperature-dependent behaviour of the nonlinearity. Experimental results performed on several actuator prototypes demonstrate the effectiveness of the control approaches presented here.< Less
position control with magnetic shape memory actuators By Leonardo Riccardi
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Magnetic shape memory alloys are promising materials for several applications, such as positioning systems. This book presents the main features of those materials, and then addresses the problem of... More > controlling magnetic shape memory positioning actuators. Two control approaches are introduced, namely a PID control and an adaptive control based on adaptive hysteresis compensation. They are able to handle the presence of hysteresis in the input-output characteristic. The adaptive approach also handles the temperature-dependent behaviour of the nonlinearity. Experimental results performed on several actuator prototypes demonstrate the effectiveness of the control approaches presented here.< Less
Georgia Tech/Siemens Crane Control Curriculum and Research: 2003-2008 By William Singhose
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This book is a collection of papers on crane dynamics and control.
Operational Performance Enhancement of Human Operated Flexible Systems By Khalid Sorensen
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This work is concerned with dynamic control of flexible machines, and human/machine interaction, especially as these areas relate to industrial crane control. In the area of dynamic control,... More > strategies are developed that are specifically suited for use on machines with common actuator nonlinearities, like saturation, rate limiting, dead-zone, and backlash. In the area of human/machine interaction, this work investigates the effects of different interface devices on the efficiency of cranes.< Less
Command Generation for Dynamic Systems By William Singhose, Warren Seering
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This book presents techniques for moving machines very rapidly. The main focus is on intelligently designing the reference command that is used to drive the system. Numerous example systems, such as... More > cranes, robots, and satellites are discussed.< Less
Command Generation for Flexible Systems: An MIT Ph.D Thesis (B&W Edition) By William Singhose
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An MIT Ph.D thesis describing ways of making flexible machines move very rapidly.
Command Generation for Flexible Systems: An MIT Ph.D Thesis (Color Edition) By William Singhose
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This thesis describes techniques to make machines move very fast.
Studio Skyline Final Report By Alex Wallach
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Columbia University’s Studio Skyline represented two clients, Manhattan Community Board 7 and Landmark West!. Their research focused on balancing preservation and development using the tools of... More > planning and zoning on the Upper West Side. Preservation of the iconic Central Park West skyline was at the intersection of the clients’ concerns, but the studio expanded their research to a larger debate about the impact of planning on neighborhood character. The studio’s primary goal was to develop an integrated approach that considers community input and regulatory recommendations to proactively shape future growth.< Less