Sequentially Optimal Sensor Placement in Thermoelastic Models for Real Time Applications

  title={Sequentially Optimal Sensor Placement in Thermoelastic Models for Real Time Applications},
  author={Roland Herzog and Ilka Riedel},
Optimal sensor placement problems are considered for a thermoelastic solid body. The main motivation is the real-time capable prediction of the displacement of the tool center point (TCP) in a machine tool by temperature measurements. A reduced order model based on proper orthogonal decomposition is used to describe the temperature field. The quality of the TCP displacement estimation is measured in terms of the associated covariance matrix. Based on this criterion, a sequential placement… CONTINUE READING


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