Advances in Dynamics and Control (Nonlinear Systems in by S. Sivasundaram

By S. Sivasundaram

Offering study papers contributed by means of specialists in dynamics and regulate, Advances in Dynamics and regulate examines new principles, reports the most recent effects, and investigates rising instructions within the rapidly-growing box of aviation and aerospace. Exploring a variety of issues, key components mentioned include:* rotorcraft dynamics* stabilization of risky plane* spacecraft* satellite tv for pc dynamics and regulate* missile auto-pilot and suggestions layout* hybrid platforms dynamics and keep an eye on* structural and acoustic modeling. Impeccably-researched and expertly-written, this article is a beneficial reference for graduate scholars and clinical employees in universities and undefined.

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