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- Screw theory based path tracking techniques for autonomous robots and manipulators
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- Finite and Instantaneous Screw Theory in Robotic Mechanism
- Geometry and Screw Theory for Robotics
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Screw theory based path tracking techniques for autonomous robots and manipulators
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The principles developed can be applied to both control of robots and the design of their major moving parts. Comprehensive coverage of the screw and its geometry bridges the gap between screw theory and traditional mechanics but no prior knowledge of screw theory is assumed.
The reader is introduced to the screw with a simple planar example and progresses to robots that move three- dimensionally. Containing many illustrative examples, over exercises, and a chapter list of references it is ideal for graduate students, researchers and professionals in the field of robotics, robot design and development. You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.
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Finite and Instantaneous Screw Theory in Robotic Mechanism
As robotic systems flourish, reliability has become a topic of paramount importance in the human—robot relationship. The Jacobian matrix in screw theory underpins the design and optimization of robotic manipulators. Kernel properties of robotic manipulators, including dexterity and singularity, are characterized with the Jacobian matrix. The accurate specification and the rigorous analysis of the Jacobian matrix are indispensable in guaranteeing correct evaluation of the kinematics performance of manipulators.
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book presents a finite and instantaneous screw theory for the development of robotic mechanisms. It addresses the analytical description and algebraic computation of finite motion, resulting in a generalized type synthesis approach.
Geometry and Screw Theory for Robotics
Screw theory is the algebraic calculation of pairs of vectors , such as forces and moments or angular and linear velocity , that arise in the kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies. Screw theory provides a mathematical formulation for the geometry of lines which is central to rigid body dynamics , where lines form the screw axes of spatial movement and the lines of action of forces. An important result of screw theory is that geometric calculations for points using vectors have parallel geometric calculations for lines obtained by replacing vectors with screws. This is termed the transfer principle.
Theory and Practice of Robots and Manipulators pp Cite as. Screw theory is an elegant method for describing the equilibrium and instantaneous motion of rigid bodies and is widely applied to the analysis of robot manipulators. The objective here is to advance the theory of screws by establishing fundamental geometric principles for orthogonal and reciprocal screws. Dualistic and reciprocal properties are delineated by considering two distinct but equivalent spaces whose fundamental elements are points and planes respectively. In this way it is shown that the one-to-one relation between orthogonal and reciprocal screws is a transformation of elliptic polars. Euclidean space is developed and the formulation of alternative kinematic models is discussed. The results are illustrated by using the example of inserting a peg in a hole.
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