Ephrahim Garcia focuses on Control theory, Structural engineering, Energy harvesting, Electronic engineering and Vibration. His Control theory and Actuator and Control system investigations all form part of his Control theory research activities. His work deals with themes such as Acoustics and Conic section, which intersect with Structural engineering.
Ephrahim Garcia combines subjects such as Inductor, Transducer, Transient, Electrical engineering and Capacitor with his study of Energy harvesting. Ephrahim Garcia interconnects Capacitance, Fundamental frequency and Nonlinear system in the investigation of issues within Electronic engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Beam and Mass ratio.
Ephrahim Garcia mostly deals with Control theory, Actuator, Energy harvesting, Structural engineering and Electrical engineering. Ephrahim Garcia has researched Control theory in several fields, including Control engineering and Aerodynamics. His Actuator research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mechanical engineering, Smart material, Piezoelectricity and Shape-memory alloy.
His Energy harvesting study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Vibration, Electronics, Electronic engineering and Capacitor. His Vibration research focuses on Aeroelasticity and how it connects with Wind power. His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hinge and Numerical analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Energy harvesting, Artificial muscle, Control theory, Actuator and Electrical engineering. His Energy harvesting study incorporates themes from Flutter, Aeroelasticity, Natural frequency, Acceleration and Maximum power principle. He studies Control theory which is a part of Control theory.
His work carried out in the field of Actuator brings together such families of science as Mechanical engineering, Fluid power, Working fluid and Robot. His Robot research incorporates themes from Control engineering, Control system and Hydraulics. His research in the fields of Finite element simulation and Finite element method overlaps with other disciplines such as Planar.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Energy harvesting, Artificial muscle, Electrical engineering, Control theory and Maximum power principle. The Energy harvesting study combines topics in areas such as Aeroelasticity, Natural frequency, Flapping, Electronic engineering and Acceleration. His Artificial muscle research is classified as research in Actuator.
His research in Actuator intersects with topics in Fluidics, Robot, Mechanical engineering and Control engineering. His Control engineering research incorporates themes from Biomimetics and Control. His studies deal with areas such as Vibration and Time domain as well as Electrical engineering.
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A Self-Sensing Piezoelectric Actuator for Collocated Control:
Jeffrey J. Dosch;Daniel J. Inman;Ephrahim Garcia.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (1992)
Corner-Filleted Flexure Hinges
Nicolae Lobontiu;Jeffrey S. N. Paine;Ephrahim Garcia;Michael Goldfarb.
Journal of Mechanical Design (2001)
Analytical model of displacement amplification and stiffness optimization for a class of flexure-based compliant mechanisms
Nicolae Lobontiu;Ephrahim Garcia.
Computers & Structures (2003)
Modeling and Testing of a Novel Aeroelastic Flutter Energy Harvester
Matthew Bryant;Ephrahim Garcia.
Journal of Vibration and Acoustics (2011)
Design of symmetric conic-section flexure hinges based on closed-form compliance equations
Nicolae Lobontiu;Jeffrey S.N. Paine;Ephrahim Garcia;Michael Goldfarb.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2002)
Team Cornell's Skynet: Robust perception and planning in an urban environment
Isaac Miller;Mark Campbell;Dan Huttenlocher;Frank-Robert Kline.
Journal of Field Robotics (2008)
The state of understanding of ionic polymer metal composite architecture: a review
R Tiwari;E Garcia.
Smart Materials and Structures (2011)
Precision position control of piezoelectric actuators using charge feedback
John A. Main;Ephrahim Garcia;David V. Newton.
Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics (1995)
Broadband vibration-based energy harvesting improvement through frequency up-conversion by magnetic excitation
A M Wickenheiser;E Garcia.
Smart Materials and Structures (2010)
Beam Shape Optimization for Power Harvesting
John M. Dietl;Ephrahim Garcia.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (2010)
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