Micromechatronics: Modeling, Analysis, and Design with MATLAB, Second Edition by Victor Giurgiutiu
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Micromechatronics: Modeling, Analysis, and Design with MATLAB, Second Edition
It applies cornerstone fundamentals to the design of electromechanical systems, covers emerging software and hardware, introduces the rigorous theory, examines the design of high-performance systems, and helps develop problem-solving skills. Along with more streamlined material, this edition adds many new sections to existing chapters. The book explores ways to improve and optimize a broad spectrum of electromechanical systems widely used in industrial, transportation, and power systems. It examines the design and analysis of high-performance mechatronic systems, energy systems, efficient energy conversion, power electronics, controls, induced-strain devices, active sensors, microcontrollers, and motion devices. The text also enables a deep understanding of the multidisciplinary underpinnings of engineering.
Written for students and engineers, this book presents the modeling, simulation, analysis, design, and implementation of high-performance mini- and microscale electromechanical systems. Topics covered include modeling and control of mechatronic systems, integrated circuits, power electronics, induction and synchronous mini- and microscale machines, and microcontrollers. The revised second edition contains many new case studies as well as additional problems and examples at the end of many chapters. CRC Press, Inc. Choose a web site to get translated content where available and see local events and offers.
Victor Giurgiutiu is a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of South Carolina. From to , Dr. Giurgiutiu was also a program manager for structural mechanics at the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. His research interests include active materials, smart structures, microcontroller applications, structural health monitoring, nondestructive evaluation, and engineering diagnosis and prognosis. Sergey Edward Lyshevski is a professor of electrical engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Covering fundamentals of mechatronic and electromechanical systems widely used in industrial, transportation, and power systems, this text examines emerging software and hardware, introduces theory, examines the design of high-performance systems, and helps develop problem-solving skills in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and electronics. The text can be used for courses in mechatronics, power systems, energy systems, active materials and smart structures, solid-state actuation, structural health monitoring, and applied microcontroller engineering. Additional instructional materials and a solutions manual are also available. Giurgiutiu is affiliated with the University of South Carolina. Lyshevski is affiliated with the Rochester Institute of Technology.