RICHIEDEI DARIO

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Proposals for thesis
- Sintesi di tecniche basate su misure meccaniche (coppie, vibrazioni, ecc.) per il self-monitoring, il riconoscimento di danni e la previsione della vita utile residua di componenti di macchine automatiche.
- Sviluppo di un'impugnatura ergonomica in grado di isolare le vibrazioni generate da molatrici manuali.
- Tecniche evolute di controllo attivo delle vibrazioni.

Curriculum Vitae
Professor Dario Richiedei was born in Asolo (TV), Italy, on September the 18th, 1978.
In April 2003 he received the Master Degree (cum laude) in Engineering Management at the University of Padova. In March 2008 he obtained the Ph.D in Industrial Engineering, curriculum Mechatronics and Industrial Systems, at the University of Padova (Italy). In October 2008 he became assistant professor of Mechanics of Machines (ING-IND/13) at the DTG (in Vicenza) of University of Padova.
Since October 2014 he is Associate Professor of Mechanics of Machines at the DTG of the University of Padova.
Since Academic Year 2008-2009, he has been teaching the following courses (21 courses) at the master and bachelor degree programs in engineering of the Padova University (Multibody system dynamics, Mechanics of Machines, Laboratory of Mechanics, Control of mechanical systems) and at the Mechatronics and Product Innovation Engineering PhD School of the University of Padova (on advanced topics of vibration mechanics and computational methods for mechanics).
Researches include theoretical and experimental investigations in mechanics of machines and mechatronics by proposing new and rigorous model-based approaches and useing advanced mathematical tools. Experiments are adopted to validate them. Three main areas can be defined:
1 MODELING OF MULTIBODY AND VIBRATING SYSTEMS: this research is functional to design and control since it provides reliable models.
* Dynamic modeling of flexible mechanisms
* Model reduction in vibrating systems for real-time applications and model-based design
* Design of state observers (piecewise linear, nonlinear) for rigid/flexible mechanisms based on dynamic (full-order, reduced order) or kinematic models

2 ACTIVE AND PASSIVE CONTROL OF VIBRATING SYSTEMS: this research aims at increasing performances of vibrating systems through various approaches.
* Dynamic structural modification of vibrating systems
* Active control of lightweight mechanisms through state or estimated state
* Hybrid control, concurrent active+passive, for eigenstructure assignment
* Delayed reference control of linear systems
* Motion planning in vibrating systems (linear, nonlinear) through variational robust approaches
* Model-based filtering and sensor fusion of load cells
* Model-based control of system with oscillating dynamics (e.g. web tension control, hydraulic actuators)

3 DESIGN OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS: this applied research activity focuses on the application of new and emerging methods in various mechatronics applications
* Energy efficient motion planning in rigid-body mechatronic systems (automatic machines, robots)
* Model-based approaches for integrated optimal selection of components (motor, gearbox, ball-screw, drive)
* Design of devices and sensor fusion algorithms for medical applications.

Prof. Richiedei is author of about 80 papers, published on international journals or presented at international conferences.

Lecturer's Curriculum (PDF): 565CD36F06CA338B32EA14BC8757EA0F.pdf

Research areas
1 MODELING OF MULTIBODY AND VIBRATING SYSTEMS: this research is functional to design and control since it provides reliable models.
* Dynamic modeling of flexible mechanisms
* Model reduction in vibrating systems for real-time applications and model-based design
* Design of state observers (piecewise linear, nonlinear) for rigid/flexible mechanisms based on dynamic (full-order, reduced order) or kinematic models

2 ACTIVE AND PASSIVE CONTROL OF VIBRATING SYSTEMS: this research aims at increasing performances of vibrating systems through various approaches.
* Dynamic structural modification of vibrating systems
* Active control of lightweight mechanisms through state or estimated state
* Hybrid control, concurrent active+passive, for eigenstructure assignment
* Delayed reference control of linear systems
* Motion planning in vibrating systems (linear, nonlinear) through variational robust approaches
* Model-based filtering and sensor fusion of load cells
* Model-based control of system with oscillating dynamics (e.g. web tension control, hydraulic actuators)

3 DESIGN OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS: this applied research activity focuses on the application of new and emerging methods in various mechatronics applications
* Energy efficient motion planning in rigid-body mechatronic systems (automatic machines, robots)
* Model-based approaches for integrated optimal selection of components (motor, gearbox, ball-screw, drive)
* Design of devices and sensor fusion algorithms for medical applications.

Publications
Papers published on international journals in 2017/18.
1. Belotti, R., Caracciolo, R., Palomba, I., Richiedei, D., Trevisani, A., An updating method for finite element models of flexible-link mechanisms based on an equivalent rigid-link system, Shock and Vibration (2018)
2. Richiedei D, Integrated selection of gearbox, gear ratio and motor through scaling rules, Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines (2018).
3. Belotti, R., Richiedei, D., Dynamic structural modification of vibrating systems oriented to eigenstructure assignment through active control: A concurrent approach, (2018) Journal of Sound and Vibration, 422, pp. 358-372.
4. Boscariol, P., Richiedei, D., Robust point-to-point trajectory planning for nonlinear underactuated systems: Theory and experimental assessment, (2018) Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 50, pp. 256-265.
5. Belotti, R., Ouyang, H., Richiedei, D., A new method of passive modifications for partial frequency assignment of general structures, (2018) Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 99, pp. 586-599.
6. Richiedei, D., Trevisani, A., Shaper-Based Filters for the compensation of the load cell response in dynamic mass measurement, (2018) Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 98, pp. 281-291.
7. Caracciolo, R., Richiedei, D., Trevisani, A., Deformation Control in Rest-to-Rest Motion of Mechanisms with Flexible Links, (2018) Shock and Vibration, 2018, art. no. 9016028.
8. Fiorese, E., Richiedei, D., Bonollo, F., Analytical computation and experimental assessment of the effect of the plunger speed on tensile properties in high-pressure die casting, (2017) International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 91 (1-4), pp. 463-476.
9. Palomba, I., Richiedei, D., Trevisani, A., Kinematic state estimation for rigid-link multibody systems by means of nonlinear constraint equations, (2017) Multibody System Dynamics, 40 (1).
10. Richiedei, D., Trevisani, A., Simultaneous active and passive control for eigenstructure assignment in lightly damped systems, (2017) Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 85, pp. 556-566.
11. Belotti, R., Richiedei, D., Designing auxiliary systems for the inverse eigenstructure assignment in vibrating systems, (2017) Archive of Applied Mechanics, 87 (2), pp. 171-182.
12. Fiorese, E., Richiedei, D., Bonollo, F., Improving the quality of die castings through optimal plunger motion planning: analytical computation and experimental validation, (2017) International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 88 (5-8), pp. 1475-1484.
13. Palomba, I., Richiedei, D., Trevisani, A., Two-stage approach to state and force estimation in rigid-link multibody systems, (2017) Multibody System Dynamics, 39 (1-2), pp. 115-134.
14. Palomba, I., Richiedei, D., Trevisani, A., A reduction strategy at system level for flexiblelink multibody systems, (2017) International Journal of Mechanics and Control, 18 (2), pp. 59-68.
15. Boscariol, P., Boschetti, G., Caracciolo, R., Neri, M., Richiedei, D., Ronco, C., Trevisani, A., Design optimization of a safety clamp for portable medical devices, (2017) International Journal of Mechanics and Control, 18 (2), pp. 33-40.

Complete list: https://scholar.google.it/citations?user=Vw45f0kAAAAJ&hl=it

Lecturer's Publications (PDF): 565CD36F06CA338B32EA14BC8757EA0F.pdf

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2019/20
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
IN0529 COMMON INL1001809 9 2nd Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA DARIO RICHIEDEI
IN0522 COMMON IN03119448 9 1st Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA DARIO RICHIEDEI