Special Issue "Sensors, Actuators and Methods in Active Noise and Vibration Control"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 May 2022) | Viewed by 3398
Interests: active noise and vibration control; mathematical modeling; vibration of plates and shells; fluid–structure interaction; signal processing applications; sensors and actuators in vibration control; control algorithm applications
Interests: signal processing; active control of sound; system identification; adaptive control; sensors; modeling; data analysis
Interests: noise and vibration control; structural control; signal processing; optimization; modeling
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It is our pleasure to invite you to contribute to this Special Issue by submitting the results of your research within the domain of active noise and vibration control. Active control of sound and vibration has attracted a lot of attention in the past few decades and is now widening its scope of applications in our life. The need to reduce noise/vibration is a frequent problem encountered in mechanical and electromechanical devices, having applications in aerospace, robotics, industrial processes, as well as in home and professional appliances. It is well known that most control law design methods require an explicit mathematical model of the system to be controlled, and the problem of confidence in enough fidelity of dynamic models of structures is very important for system performance. However, real applications require dedicated sensors and actuators as well as methods and algorithms which are not only advanced enough for this difficult task, but also robust to different changes and factors. All papers reporting both theoretical and experimental techniques to develop any active control method for noise and/or vibration attenuation are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Lucyna Leniowska
Prof. Dr. Dariusz Bismor
Prof. Dr. Marek Pawełczyk
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- Active noise control
- Active vibration control
- Algorithms for active control
- Sensors and actuators for noise/vibration control
- Sensors and actuators location in active control