Dynamic Optimization by Small Variation of the System Layout

by Zdzislaw A. Parszewski, The Univ of Melbourne, Victoria,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Engineering, Construction, and Operations in Space IV


Dynamic problems have been usually considered in the speed for frequency domain. However, most machines, structures or mechanisms are usually interconnected subsystems, overconstrained or of higher mobility (e.g. robots) than required for a given task. The paper presents the theory, programs and results for dynamic optimization or vibration attenuation of multi-bearing rotors, both for steady state (point attractor) as well as for post-stability (cycling attractor) operation. Extension for robots is explained and a scope of applications in space station and orbiting facilities is envisaged.

Subject Headings: Space stations | Equipment and machinery | Steady states | Smart buildings | Building design | Robotics | Satellites | Orbits

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