Force Control of Robotics Systems by Dimitry Gorinevsky, Alexander Formalsky, Anatoli Schneider

By Dimitry Gorinevsky, Alexander Formalsky, Anatoli Schneider

Even though the demanding situations of manipulator strength keep an eye on have spawned a growing to be physique of literature, together with a couple of books that comment on the topic, strength regulate of Robotics platforms is the 1st e-book that specializes in the basics of this advanced subject. Written by means of many of the first scientists to have interaction in strength keep an eye on study, this well timed quantity offers unique effects, a few of which formerly haven't been effortlessly obtainable to Western audiences.
The textual content starts off with an intensive presentation of the fundamentals. concerns coated comprise strength sensor layout, strength suggestions synthesis, closed-loop dynamics, and extra. The theoretical research within the e-book is predicated at the equipment of Analytical Dynamics and keep watch over idea. The e-book additionally considers primary difficulties regarding strength keep an eye on, and explains the way to layout basic and effective keep watch over algorithms for acting projects with robots. Algorithms and layout tools awarded within the publication are experimentally proven and emphasize useful purposes. The reference record contains over 350 entries, a few of that have by no means been released in English prior to now.

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