Toward active thermomechanical control in precision mechatronics


Next-generation mechatronic systems form a vital part of the infrastructure that facilitates the technological advancements and innovations in the high-tech manufacturing, life sciences and medical industries. These systems have high requirements for accuracy and throughput, which means a passive isolation approach to thermally induced deformations is no longer enough. Ph.D. candidate Enzo Evers of the TU/e department for Mechanical Engineering pursued the idea of an active thermomechanical control approach by providing contributions in the areas of modeling, actuation and control. He defended his Ph.D. thesis on 7 January.





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