Robotics and Automation Handbook
As the capability and utility of robots has increased dramatically with new technology, robotic systems can perform tasks that are physically dangerous for humans, repetitive in nature, or require increased accuracy, precision, and sterile conditions to radically minimize human error.
The Robotics and Automation Handbook addresses the major aspects of designing, fabricating, and enabling robotic systems and their various applications. It presents kinetic and dynamic methods for analyzing robotic systems, considering factors such as force and torque. From these analyses, the book develops several controls approaches, including servo actuation, hybrid control, and trajectory planning. Design aspects include determining specifications for a robot, determining its configuration, and utilizing sensors and actuators. The featured applications focus on how the specific difficulties are overcome in the development of the robotic system.
With the ability to increase human safety and precision in applications ranging from handling hazardous materials and exploring extreme environments to manufacturing and medicine, the uses for robots are growing steadily. The Robotics and Automation Handbook provides a solid foundation for engineers and scientists interested in designing, fabricating, or utilizing robotic systems.
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CH 3 Inverse Kinematics
CH 4 NewtonEuler Dynamics of Robots
CH 5 Lagrangian Dynamics
CH 6 Kanes Method in Robotics
CH 7 The Dynamics of Systems of Interacting Rigid Bodies
CH 8 DH Convention
CH 9 Trajectory Planning for Flexible Robots
CH 10 Error Budgeting
CH 17 Robust and Adaptive Motion Control of Manipulators
CH 18 Sliding Mode Control of Robotic Manipulators
CH 19 Impedance and Interaction Control
CH 20 Coordinated Motion Control of Multiple Manipulators
CH 21 Robot Simulation
CH 22 A Survey of Geometric Vision
CH 23 Haptic Interface to Virtual Environments
CH 24 Flexible Robot Arms
CH 11 Design of Robotic End Effectors
CH 12 Sensors and Actuators
CH 13 Precision Positioning of Rotary and Linear Systems
CH 14 Modeling and Identification for Robot Motion Control
CH 15 Motion Control by Linear Feedback Methods
CH 16 ForceImpedance Control for Robotic Manipulators
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