Special Issue on Recent Advances in Nonlinear Engineering and Applications
The ever-increasing need for higher efficiency, smaller size, and lower cost make the analysis, understanding, and design of industrial equipment extremely important, interesting, and even imperative. One of the most neglected features in the study of such systems is the effect of the inherent nonlinearities on the stability of the devices. Due to these nonlinearities, these devices may exhibit undesirable and complex dynamics, which are the focus of many researchers. Even though a lot of research has taken place in this area during the last 20 years, it is still an active research topic to the mainstream industry engineers. Furthermore, the detailed study of these systems can help in the design of smaller, lighter, and less expensive industrial equipment that are particularly important in emerging areas of research like electric vehicles, smart grids, biomedical engineering, renewable energy sources, and others.
In this Special Issue, we wish to solicit novel research work in electric vehicles, smart grids, biomedical engineering, renewable energy sources, and others which will be of highly interest to both academics and industrialists.
- Biomedical and biological systems dynamics
- Theories and applications of dynamical systems
- Fuzzy logic control of vibrations and mechanisms
- Time-delayed nonlinear dynamical systems
- Parallel computations for control and optimization of machinery and mechanisms
- Nonlinear vibrations and oscillations
- Fault diagnosis based on vibration signal analysis
- Complex, chaotic systems, circuits and engineering applications
- Reliability and fault tolerance, remaining useful life, and safety critical operation
- Nonlinear dynamics, applications in industries and technologies
- Role of AI, Machine Learning, IoT/Fog/WSN and other emerging techniques in engineering technologies