Applied Dynamics of Manipulation Robots Modelling, Analysis and Examples

During the period 1982-1985, six books of the series: Scientific Fun­ damentals of Robotics were published by Springer-Verlag. In chronolo­ gical order these were: Dynamics of Manipulation Robots: Theory and Application, by M. Vukobra­ tovic and V. Potkonjak, Control of Manipulation Robots: Theory a...

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Main Author: Vukobratovic, Miomir
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1989, 1989
Edition:1st ed. 1989
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505 0 |a 1 General About Robots -- 1.1. Dedication and classification of robotic systems -- 1.2. General features of robotic mechanisms and its classification -- 1 3 Specifities of manipulation robots -- References -- 2 Computer Forming of Mathematical Model of Manipulation Robots Dynamics -- 2.1. General about computer-oriented procedures for forming of mathematical models of robot dynamics -- 2.2. Complete mathematical models of manipulation robots -- 2.3. Influence of mechanical vibrations on dynamic behaviour of manipulation robots -- 2.4. Dynamics of manipulation robots with gripper constrained motion -- 2.5. Dynamic analysis of manipulation robots -- 2.6. Dynamics of flexible manipulation robots -- 2.7. Dynamics of cooperative manipulation -- References -- 3 Computer Method for Linearization and Parameter Sensitivity of Manipulation Robots Dynamic Models -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Method of computer linearization of dynamic models based on general theorems of mechanics --  
505 0 |a Source file for the computation of “ASEA” mechanism driving torques -- Appendix 9 Programme Support for Dynamics Modelling of Manipulation Robots 
505 0 |a “Cylindrical” Mechanism (Basic Configuration) -- Example 2: “Stanford” Manipulator (Basic Configuration) -- Appendix 8 Dynamics of “ASEA” Mechanism (Basic Configuration) -- Kinematics -- Dynamics --  
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520 |a During the period 1982-1985, six books of the series: Scientific Fun­ damentals of Robotics were published by Springer-Verlag. In chronolo­ gical order these were: Dynamics of Manipulation Robots: Theory and Application, by M. Vukobra­ tovic and V. Potkonjak, Control of Manipulation Robots: Theory and Ap­ plication, by M. vukobratovic and D. Stokic, Kinematics and Trajectory Synthesis of Manipulation Robots, by M. Vukobratovic and H. Kircanski, Real-Time Dynamics of Hanipulation Robots by M. Vukobratovic and N. Kircanski, Non-Adaptive and Adaptive Control of Manipulation Robots, by M. Vukobratovic, D. Stokic and N. Kircanski and Computer-Aided De­ sign and Applied Dynamics of Manipulation Robots, by M. Vukobratovic and V. Potkonjak. Within the series, during 1989, two monographs dealing with new sub­ jects will be published. So far, amongst the published monographs, Vol. 1 has been translated into Japanese, Volumes 2 and 5 into Russian, and Volumes 1-6 will appear in Chinese and Hungarian. In the author's opinion, the afore mentioned monographs, in principle, cover with sufficient breadth, the topics devoted to the design of ro­ bots and their control systems, at the level of post-graduate study in robotics. However, if this material was also to apply to the study of robotics at under-graduate level, it would have to be modified so as to obtain the character of a textbook. With this in mind, it must be noted that the subject matter contained in the text cannot be simpli­ fied but can only be elaborated in more detail