Institutes of Dynamics and Control

 

    The Institute of Dynamics and Control (IDC) consists of 5 laboratories: spacecraft dynamics and control, vibration and control, computational dynamics, vibration, and seismic exploration. The institute focuses on the theoretical, numerical and experimental study of the key dynamical problems arising from the aerospace, national defense and petroleum engineering. For examples: deep space mission design, stability and control of non-Keplerion orbit, dynamics and control of large flexible spacecraft; rotational mechanism online diagnosis and monitoring; in-orbit identification of dynamic parameters of space station; dynamics and control of feed support system of large radio telescope (diameter of 500 meters); Numerical methods including meshfree and particle methods, finite element methods (FEM) and extended FEM, and finite volume methods for multiscale, multiphase and multiple physics coupling behavior of materials and structures subject to strong impact loading (such as impact and explosion), strength and safety analysis for nuclear devices; elastic wave diffraction tomography, wavelet denoising, multi-wave and multi-component seismic exploration forecasting fractured hydrocarbon reservoirs, seismic analysis of dams, and so on.