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Mechatronics and Control of Electromechanical Systems

By Sergey Edward Lyshevski Copyright 2017
    488 Pages
    by CRC Press

    486 Pages 218 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

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    Due to the enormous impact of mechatronics systems, we encounter mechatronics and micromechatronic systems in our daily activities. Recent trends and novel technologies in engineering have increased the emphasis on integrated analysis, design, and control. This book examines motion devices (actuators, motors, transducers and sensors), power electronics, controllers, and electronic solutions with the main emphasis placed on high-performance mechatronic systems. Analysis, design, optimization, control, and implementation issues, as well as a variety of enabling mechatronic systems and devices, are also covered. The results extend from the scope of mechatronic systems to the modern hardware-software developments, utilizing enabling solutions and placing the integrated system perspectives in favor of consistent engineering solutions.

    Mechatronics and Control of Electromechanical Systems facilitates comprehensive studies and covers the design aspects of mechatronic systems with high-performance motion devices. By combining traditional engineering topics and subjects with the latest technologies and developments, new advances are stimulated in design of state-of-the-art mechatronic systems. This book provides a deep understanding of the engineering underpinnings of integrated technologies.

    Introduction. Analysis of Mechatronic System. Microelectronics and Power Electronic. Direct-Current Electromechanical Motion devices. Synchronous Electric Machines. Induction Motors. Mini- and Microelectromechanical and Mechatronic Systems. Control of Mechatronic Systems. Case-Studies: High-Performance Mechatronic Systems.


    Dr. Lyshevski received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Kiev Polytechnic Institute in 1980 and 1987. From 1980 to 1993, Dr. Lyshevski held research and faculty positions at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Kiev Polytechnic Institute and the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. From 1989 to 1992, he was the Microelectronic and Electromechanical Systems Division Head at the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. From 1993 to 2002, Dr. Lyshevski was an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue School of Engineering. In 2002, he joined Rochester Institute of Technology as a professor of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Lyshevski served as a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the US Department of State Fulbright program. Dr. Lyshevski is a Full Professor Faculty Fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratories, US Naval Surface Warfare Center, and US Naval Undersea Warfare Center.

    Dr. Lyshevski is the author and co-author of 16 books, 14 handbook chapters, 80 journal articles, and more than 300 refereed conference papers. He serves as an editor of encyclopedia and handbooks. Dr. Lyshevski made more than 75 invited tutorials, workshops, and keynote talks. As a principal investigator (project director), he performed contracts and grants for high-technology industry (Allison Transmission, Cummins, Delco, Delphi, Harris, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, General Dynamics, General Motors and others), US Department of Defense (AFRL, AFOSR, DARPA, ONR and Air Force) and government agencies (DoE, DoT and NSF). Dr. Lyshevski conducts research and technology developments in microsystems, MEMS, mechatronics, control, and electromechanical systems. Dr. Lyshevski has made a significant contribution in design, deployment and commercialization of advanced aerospace, automotive and naval systems.

    "This book provides an excellent fundamental, analytical approach to the principles of design and operation of mechatronic systems. It couples a solid theoretical treatment with good use of illustrative problems. It would serve as a good text for a course in mechatronic analysis and design, and a good supplement or reference for a mechatronics project course."
    John M. Dolan, The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA