publication . 0044 . 1995

Experimental/analytical determination of optimal piezoelectric actuator locations on complex structures based on the actuator power factor

Bhargava, Adesh;
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  • Published: 03 Feb 1995
  • Publisher: Virginia Tech
Abstract
The actuator power factor is defined as the ratio of the total dissipative mechanical power of a PZT actuator to the total supplied electrical power to the PZT actuator. If measured experimentally, it can be used to optinlize the actuator location and configuration for complex structures. The concept of actuator power factor is based on the ability of an integrated induced strain actuator such as a PZT actuator to transfer supplied electrical energy into structural mechanical energy. For a given structure such as a beam or a plate, the location and configuration of an actuator will directly influence the authority of the actuator towards driving the structure...
Subjects
arxiv: Computer Science::RoboticsComputer Science::Systems and ControlComputer Science::Other
free text keywords: LD5655.V855 1995.B437, actuator power factor
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