Electromechanical Systems in Microtechnology and Mechatronics
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Electromechanical Systems in Microtechnology and Mechatronics

Electrical, Mechanical and Acoustic Networks, their Interactions and Applications
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Previously published in hardcover
Rüdiger G. Ballas
742 g
235x155x26 mm

Text book for students of graduate and postgraduate level in the fields of microtechnology and precision engineering, technical acoustics, mechatronics, automation engineering Reference book for engineers working in different fields of industries, e.g. measurement and sensor technology, automation engineering, precision engineering, medical engineering, communication engineering Combination with FEM
Part I Focus of the Book1 Introduction.- 2 Electromechanical Networks and Interactions
Part II Network Representation of Systems with Lumped and Distributed Parameters
3 Mechanical and Acoustic Networks with Lumped Parameters.- 4 Abstract Linear Network.- 5 Mechanical Transducers.- 6 Mechanical and Acoustic Networks with Distributed Parameters
Part III Electromechanical Transducers
7 Electromechanical Interactions.- 8 Magnetic Transducers.- 9 Electrical Transducers.- 10 Reciprocity in Linear Networks.-
Part IV Appendix
Electromechanical systems consisting of electrical, mechanical and acoustic subsystems are of special importance in various technical fields, e.g. precision device engineering, sensor and actuator technology, electroacoustics and medical engineering. Based on a circuit-oriented representation, providing readers with a descriptive engineering design method for these systems is the goal of this textbook. It offers an easy and fast introduction to mechanical, acoustic, fluid, thermal and hydraulic problems through the application of circuit-oriented basic knowledge. The network description methodology, presented in detail, is extended to finite network elements and combined with the finite element method (FEM): the combination of the advantages of both description methods results in novel approaches, especially in the higher frequency range. The book offers numerous current examples of both the design of sensors and actuators and that of direct coupled sensor-actuator systems. The appendix provides more extensive fundamentals for signal description, as well as a compilation of important material characteristics. The textbook is suitable both for graduate students and for engineers working in the fields of electrical engineering, information technology, mechatronics, microtechnology, and mechanical and medical engineering.