Not a member?     Existing members login below:

Robotics (Academic) Ebooks

Structure Based Classification and Kinematic Analysis of Six-Joint Industrial Robotic Manipulators

Downloads: 9         Pages: 37

Published: 1 year ago

Rating: Rated: 0 times Rate It

  • 1 star
  • 2 stars
  • 3 stars
  • 4 stars
  • 5 stars

Author:

Book Description Report this book

This paper presents a complete set of compact, structure based generalized kinematic equations for six-joint industrial robotic manipulators.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tuna Balkan, M. Kemal Ozgoren, M. A. Sahir Arikan

You may also like...

  • C4B: Mobile Robotics
    C4B: Mobile Robotics Robotics (Academic) by Paul Michael Newman
    C4B: Mobile Robotics
    C4B: Mobile Robotics

    Reads:
    108

    Pages:
    114

    Published:
    Mar 2014

    A set of lectures about navigating mobile platforms or robots that is an extension of the B4 estimation course covering topics such as linear and non-linear K...

    Formats: PDF

  • Robot Arms
    Robot Arms Robotics (Academic) by Satoru Goto
    Robot Arms
    Robot Arms

    Reads:
    302

    Pages:
    272

    Published:
    Jan 2014

    A look into the applications of robot arms in industrial factories such as welding, painting, assembly and transportation, etc. Nowadays, the robot arms are i...

    Formats: PDF

  • Mobile Robots Navigation
    Mobile Robots Navigation Robotics (Academic) by Aljeandra Barrera
    Mobile Robots Navigation
    Mobile Robots Navigation

    Reads:
    84

    Pages:
    680

    Published:
    Dec 2013

    A book on mobile robots with intricate details on navigation includes different interrelated activities: (i) perception, as obtaining and interpreting sensory...

    Formats: PDF

  • Programming with Robots
    Programming with Robots Robotics (Academic) by Albert W. Schueller
    Programming with Robots
    Programming with Robots

    Reads:
    411

    Pages:
    78

    Published:
    Dec 2013

    An overview on robot programming using RobotC software at Carnegie-Mellon's Robotics laboratory as the main reference.

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

Remove