Resonant Robotic Systems

Especially designed as self-sustaining oscillating systems, resonant robotic systems use the natural modes of oscillation of electromechanical modules for their movements. In fact, manipulator systems built on these principles demonstrate record-breaking characteristics in performance. The authors s...

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Main Authors: Babitsky, V. I., Shipilov, Alexander (Author)
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2003, 2003
Edition:1st ed. 2003
Series:Foundations of Engineering Mechanics
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a 1. Application of resonant systems -- §1.1 Load relief and balancing of robotic systems -- § 1.2 Systems to relieve drives from inertia forces -- §1.3 Resonant robotic system components -- § 1.4 Synthesis of spring accumulators -- §1.5 Design of resonant robotic systems -- 2. Dynamics of resonant robotic systems -- §2.1 Equations of motion for resonant robots -- §2.2 Resonant systems with ideal drives -- §2.3 Electromechanical drive for resonant systems -- 3. Optimal control of resonant systems -- §3.1 Statement of the optimisation problem. Efficiency criteria -- §3.2 Synthesis of optimal cyclic drive -- §3.3 Control of resonant drives with minimal energy consumption -- §3.4 Operating speed of cyclic resonant drives -- §3.5 Optimal control with minimal heat generation -- §3.6 Control to minimise cumulative angular momentum of the driver -- §3.7 Efficiency of control for resonant drives -- 4. Adaptive control of resonant robots -- §4.1 Introduction -- §4.2 Synthesis 
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520 |a Especially designed as self-sustaining oscillating systems, resonant robotic systems use the natural modes of oscillation of electromechanical modules for their movements. In fact, manipulator systems built on these principles demonstrate record-breaking characteristics in performance. The authors summarize the results and experience of research on, and development of, resonant robotic systems. For the readers convenience, a presentation of design concepts is followed by solutions to new dynamical and control problems. The book is intended for designers, researchers and graduate students