University of Electro-Communications
About: University of Electro-Communications is a(n) education organization based out in Tokyo, Japan. It is known for research contribution in the topic(s): Laser & Robot. The organization has 8041 authors who have published 16950 publication(s) receiving 235832 citation(s). The organization is also known as: UEC & Denki-Tsūshin Daigaku.
Topics: Laser, Robot, Fiber laser, Mobile robot, Control theory
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•01 Jan 2000
TL;DR: New relaxed stability conditions and LMI- (linear matrix inequality) based designs for both continuous and discrete fuzzy control systems are applied to design problems of fuzzy regulators and fuzzy observers.
Abstract: This paper presents new relaxed stability conditions and LMI- (linear matrix inequality) based designs for both continuous and discrete fuzzy control systems. They are applied to design problems of fuzzy regulators and fuzzy observers. First, Takagi and Sugeno's fuzzy models and some stability results are recalled. To design fuzzy regulators and fuzzy observers, nonlinear systems are represented by Takagi-Sugeno's (TS) fuzzy models. The concept of parallel distributed compensation is employed to design fuzzy regulators and fuzzy observers from the TS fuzzy models. New stability conditions are obtained by relaxing the stability conditions derived in previous papers, LMI-based design procedures for fuzzy regulators and fuzzy observers are constructed using the parallel distributed compensation and the relaxed stability conditions. Other LMI's with respect to decay rate and constraints on control input and output are also derived and utilized in the design procedures. Design examples for nonlinear systems demonstrate the utility of the relaxed stability conditions and the LMI-based design procedures.
TL;DR: In this paper, a review of the resonance Raman spectra from one isolated single wall carbon nanotube is presented, and the reasons why it is possible to observe the spectrum from only one nanotubes are given and the important structural information that is provided by single-nanotube spectroscopy.
Abstract: A review is presented on the resonance Raman spectra from one isolated single wall carbon nanotube. The reasons why it is possible to observe the spectrum from only one nanotube are given and the important structural information that is provided by single nanotube spectroscopy is discussed. Emphasis is given to the new physics revealed by the various phonon features found in the single nanotube spectra and their connection to spectra observed for single wall nanotube bundles. The implications of this work on single wall carbon nanotube research generally are also indicated.
TL;DR: In this paper, the evolution of the new microstructures produced by two types of dynamic recrystallization is reviewed, including those brought about by severe plastic deformation (SPD).
Abstract: The evolution of the new microstructures produced by two types of dynamic recrystallization is reviewed, including those brought about by severe plastic deformation (SPD). The microstructural changes taking place under these conditions and the associated mechanical behaviors are described. During the conventional discontinuous dynamic recrystallization (dDRX) that takes place at elevated temperatures, the new grains evolve by nucleation and growth in materials with low to medium stacking fault energies (SFE). On the other hand, new ultrafine grains can be produced in any material irrespective of the SFE by means of SPD at relatively low temperatures. These result from the gradual transformation of the dislocation sub-boundaries produced at low strains into ultrafine grains with high angle boundaries at large strains. This process, termed in situ or continuous dynamic recrystallization (cDRX), is still not perfectly understood. This is because many SPD methods provide data concerning the microstructural changes that take place but little information regarding the flow stress behavior. By contrast, multi-directional forging (MDF) provides both types of data concurrently. Recent studies of the deformation behavior of metals and alloys under SPD conditions, carried out using MDF as well as other SPD methods, are synthesized and the links between the microstructural and mechanical observations are examined carefully. Some models for grain formation under SPD conditions are discussed. Next, the post-dynamic recrystallization behavior, i.e. that of annealing after both dDRX and cDRX, is described. The differing annealing behaviors result from the differences in the natures of the deformed microstructures. Finally, an integrated recrystallization model for these phenomena, i.e. dynamic and static recrystallization of both the continuous and discontinuous types, is presented and discussed.
05 Feb 2001-Physical Review Letters
TL;DR: It is shown that the Raman scattering technique can give complete structural information for one-dimensional systems, such as carbon nanotubes, by measuring one radial breathing mode frequency omega(RBM) and using the theory of resonant transitions.
Abstract: We show that the Raman scattering technique can give complete structural information for one-dimensional systems, such as carbon nanotubes. Resonant confocal micro-Raman spectroscopy of an (n,m) individual single-wall nanotube makes it possible to assign its chirality uniquely by measuring one radial breathing mode frequency omega(RBM) and using the theory of resonant transitions. A unique chirality assignment can be made for both metallic and semiconducting nanotubes of diameter d(t), using the parameters gamma(0) = 2.9 eV and omega(RBM) = 248/d(t). For example, the strong RBM intensity observed at 156 cm(-1) for 785 nm laser excitation is assigned to the (13,10) metallic chiral nanotube on a Si/SiO2 surface.
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