Solid Mechanics and Its Applications (Parallel Robots) – J. P. Merlet – 2nd Edition

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Parallel robots are closed-loop presenting very good performances in terms of accuracy, velocity, rigidity and ability to manipulate large loads. They have been used in a large number of applications ranging from astronomy to flight simulators and are becoming increasingly popular in the field of -tool industry. This presents a complete synthesis of the latest results on the possible mechanical architectures, analysis and synthesis of this type of mechanism. It is intended to be used by students (with over 150 exercises and numerous addresses), researchers (with over 650 references and anonymous ftp access to the code of some algorithms presented in this book) and engineers (for which practical results, mistakes to avoid, and applications are presented).

Since the publication of the first edition (2000) there has been an impressive increase in terms of study and use of this kind of structure that are reported in this book. This second edition has been completely overhauled. The initial chapter on has been split into Inverse Kinematics and Direct Kinematics. A new chapter on calibration was added. The other chapters have also been rewritten to a large extent. The section has been updated to include around 45% new works that appeared after the first edition.

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  • Introduction
    Structural synthesis and architectures
    Inverse kinematics
    Direct kinematics
    Velocity, accuracy and acceleration analysis
    Singular configurations
    Workspace
    Static analysis
    Dynamics
    Calibration
    Design

    Appendix: system solution
    Appendix: interval analysis
    Conclusion
  • Citation
    • Full Title: Solid Mechanics and Its Applications (Parallel Robots)
    • Author/s:
    • ISBN-13: 9781402041327
    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Publication date: 2005
    • Topic: Mechanical
    • Subtopic: Mechanics of Solids
    • File Type: eBook
    • Idioma: English

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