Dr. Clark J. Radcliffe
Controls Research Laboratory
In the Controls Research
Laboratory we develop analystical and experimental methods for solutions to
systems and dynamics problems. The laboratory has facilities for dynamic
testing including sensors, data acquisition systems, and spectral analysis
equipment. The laboratory's computer systems also have networked access
to awide variety of computational tools through the
Recent Publications ( PDF Files
Noise Abatement Project Moves Forward", C.J. Radcliffe, K. Dennings and
“The Internet Engineering Design Agent System: i-EDA”, C.J. Radcliffe, J. Sticklen and G. Gosciak, Proceedings 2002 ASME Internat'l Mech. Engineering Congress and Exhibition, New Orleans, La, Nov. 17-22, 2002. (website with more)
"A Comparison of Two Actuators for a Semi-Active Helmholtz Resonator," C. Birdsong and C.J. Radcliffe, Proceedings 2000 ASME Internat'l Mech. Engineering Congress and Exhibition, Orlando, FL, Nov. 5-10, 2000. (video demo 55Mb)
"Direct Insertion Realization of Non-linear Models of Engineering Systems Using Fixed Input-Output Structure,", B. P. Byam and C.J. Radcliffe, Proceedings 2000 ASME Internat'l Mech. Engineering Congress and Exhibition, Orlando, FL, Nov. 5-10, 2000.
“Augmenting Conceptual Design with Manufacturing: an Integrated Generic Task Approach, Martinez, I., Lukibanov, O., Lenz, T., Radcliffe, C., and Sticklen, J., Proceedings, 1999 ASME DETC Design for Manufacturing Conf., DETC99/DFM-8948, Las Vegas, NV
"State Feedback Control of Electrorheological Fluids," Clark J. Radcliffe, John R. Lloyd, Ruth M. Andersland and Jeffrey B. Hargrove, ASME International Mechanical Engineering, Congress and Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia, Nov. 1996.
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Dr. Radcliffe’s research and teaching interests are in the area of dynamic systems and control with specific interests in the interfaces between mechanical, electrical and computer systems. Particular applications include automotive noise control, structural dynamics and electromechanical system design. His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the major automotive companies, and the Department of Defense.
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