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Smart Actuator and Sensor Technologies: Design, Modeling, Fabrication, and Control for Mechatronic Systems

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Smart Actuator and Sensor Technologies: Design, Modeling, Fabrication, and Control for Mechatronic Systems focuses on design, modeling, fabrication, and control of smart actuator technologies, such as piezoelectric actuators, electroactive polymer actuators, and a host of other “smart” material based actuators, including shape memory alloys, magnetostrictive materials and others. This book covers important technical aspects so that engineers, scientists, and designers can utilize the information in their work. As emerging mechatronic systems, such as precision positioning system, soft robots, biomedical devices and aerospace system are exploring the use of smart actuators, this book provides complete coverage of the popular technologies.


  • Covers the important technical aspects of design, modeling, fabrication and control of smart actuator technologies
  • Written by two experts in the field of smart actuators, each contributing their expert knowledge<
  • Presents a reference text where readers can enhance their understanding through further reading of listed, credible publications
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780128094556
ISBN-10: 0128094559
Pagini: 425
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Editura: ELSEVIER SCIENCE

Public țintă

[1] Electrical / automation engineering as well as material science.
[2] Researchers in material science/chemistry.
[3] Researchers in mechatronics (robots, automation based on classic actuators).
[4] Researchers in microfluidics.

Cuprins

1. Smart Actuator Technologies
2. Fabrication and manufacturing of smart material actuators
3. Performance and behaviors
4. Modelling of smart actuators
5. Control
6. Applications
7. Conclusions and Future Developments