By Jean Levine

ISBN-10: 3642008380

ISBN-13: 9783642008382

This is the 1st ebook on a sizzling subject within the box of keep watch over of nonlinear structures. It levels from mathematical procedure conception to sensible business regulate purposes and addresses primary questions in structures and regulate: how you can plan the movement of a process and song the corresponding trajectory in presence of perturbations. It emphasizes on structural points and specifically on a category of structures known as differentially flat.

Part 1 discusses the mathematical conception and half 2 outlines purposes of this technique within the fields of electrical drives (DC automobiles and linear synchronous motors), magnetic bearings, car equipments, cranes, and automated flight regulate systems.

The writer deals web-based video clips illustrating a few dynamical elements and case experiences in simulation (Scilab and Matlab).

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Fp )T ∼ fi (x) i=1 ∂ ∂xi 22 2 Introduction to Differential Geometry the sign ∼ meaning “identified with”. In the sequel, we systematically make p ∂ the abuse of notation f = (f1 , . . , fp )T = i=1 fi (x) ∂x . i Note that it results from this definition (exercise) that the Lie derivative formula is not affected by changes of coordinates3 : Lf h(x) = Lϕ∗ f (h ◦ ϕ−1 )(y). 7. In an open set U of R2 with coordinates (x, t), we consider v the vector field f (t, x) = where v is an arbitrary real number, and the 1 function h(t, x) = x−vt from U to R.

Dxjr ∈ Λk+r (X). ,jr An obvious consequence of the skew-symmetry is that every form of degree higher than p on a p-dimensional manifold vanishes identically. 24) where ω is a 1-form defined, as before, by ω = i ωi dxi . The previous formula shows that if h is a C ∞ function from X to R and if ω ∈ Λ1 (X), the (usual) product hω belongs to Λ1 (X) and the exterior derivative of this product satisfies d(hω) = dh ∧ ω + hdω. 25) for all ω, θ ∈ Λ1 (X), since then dω ∧ θ and ω ∧ dθ are 3-forms. This results from the fact that ω ∧ θ = j ωj dxj ∧ ( k θk dxk ) = j,k ωj θk dxj ∧ dxk .

Gk (x)) = k for all x ∈ V . Let us introduce the distribution D given by D(x) = span {g1 (x), . . , gk (x)} for all x ∈ V . 18), since L[gi ,gj ] y = Lgi (Lgj y) − Lgj (Lgi y) = 0 − 0 = 0, we have Lg y = 0 for every g ∈ D. Conversely, since g1 , . . , gk are linearly independent, one can find regular vector fields gk+1 , . . , gr such that g1 , . . , gr form a basis of D(x) at every point of V and Lg y = 0 for every g ∈ D implies that Lgi y = 0 for i = 1, . . 18). By Frobenius Theorem, a necessary and sufficient condition for D to be straightened out in V is that D is involutive.

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