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In a previous paper , the identification algorithm is presented for feedback active controlled systems. However, this method can only be applied to complete measured systems. The aim of this paper is to present a combination of the identification algorithm and the modal superposition method to control the incomplete measured systems. The system response is expanded by modal eigenfunction technique. The external excitation acting on some first modes is identified with a time delay and with a small error depending on the locations of the sensors. ...
Measurement is a multidisciplinary experimental science. Measurement systems synergistically blend science, engineering and statistical methods to provide fundamental data for research, design and development, control of processes and operations, and facilitate safe and economic performance of systems. In recent years, measuring techniques have expanded rapidly and gained maturity, through extensive research activities and hardware advancements.
“There is no such thing as an easy experiment, nor is there any substitute for careful
experimentation in many areas of basic research and applied product development.”
From Experimental Methods for Engineers by J. P. Holman
Measurement is a multidisciplinary experimental science. Measurement systems
synergistically blend science, engineering and statistical methods to provide
fundamental data for research, design and development, control of processes and
operations, and facilitate safe and economic performance of systems.
The basis of this book lies in the highly successful text Principles of Measurement and measured by the same author. The first edition was published in 1988, and a second edition, revised and expanded in 1993 to appear. Since that time, some new developments have occurred in the area of measurement.
The foundations of this book lie in the highly successful text Principles of Measurement
and Instrumentation by the same author. The first edition of this was published in 1988,
and a second, revised and extended edition appeared in 1993. Since that time, a number
of new developments have occurred in the field of measurement. In particular, there
have been significant advances in smart sensors, intelligent instruments, microsensors,
digital signal processing, digital recorders, digital fieldbuses and new methods of signal
Large parts of this book are the translation from my handbook, Sensors and
Measurement Systems, published in Polish at Poznan University of Technology
(PUT) in 2001. I thank the Rector of PUT for his permission to use parts of the
handbook for this book, Measurement Systems and Sensors, now published by
Figliola and Beasleys Fifth Edition provides revised material for engineering practice with important updates on coverage of probability and statistics and uncertainty analysis, including added material on Monte Carlo simulation, digital image processing, and with revised coverage of signal acquisition, conditioning, and processing.
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