A Practical Approach To Robustness Analysis With Aeronautical Applications

Hardcover | September 30, 1999

byGilles Ferreres

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The purpose of A Practical Approach to Robustness Analysis with Aeronautical Applications is twofold. First, it is to introduce as clearly as possible the mu framework, while the second is to emphasize its practical usefulness. To this aim, classical and advanced mu tools are first presented, then applied to a range of engineering problems, namely a missile, a large rigid or flexible transport aircraft and a highly flexible telescope mock-up.

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The purpose of A Practical Approach to Robustness Analysis with Aeronautical Applications is twofold. First, it is to introduce as clearly as possible the mu framework, while the second is to emphasize its practical usefulness. To this aim, classical and advanced mu tools are first presented, then applied to a range of engineering...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:230 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.27 inPublished:September 30, 1999Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306462834

ISBN - 13:9780306462832

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1. Introduction. I: Preliminaries. 2. Introduction to mu and LFTs. 3. Applicative examples. II: Obtention of a standard LFT structure. 4. Realization of uncertain systems under an LFT form. 5. Applications. III: mu applications. 6. Computation of mu bounds. 7. Applications of the mu tools. IV: Skewed mu applications. 8. Skewed mu problems in robustness analysis. 9. Computation of skewed mu bounds. 10. Application of the skewed mu tools. V: Non standard mu applications. 11. Robustness analysis for flexible structures. 12. Robustness analysis in the presence of time delays. 13. Nonlinear analysis in the presence of parametric uncertainties. A: Numerical data. B: Proofs. Summary.