Adaptive Balancing of Robots and Mechatronic Systems
AbstractPresent paper is dealing with the adaptive static balancing of robot or other mechatronic arms that are rocking in vertical plane and whose static loads are variable, by using counterweights and springs. Some simple passive and approximate solutions are proposed, and an example is shown. The results show that a very simple passive solution which is using for gravity compensation a simple translational counterweight (that could be for example the actuating motor itself) articulated by one single bar leads to very good results in case of approximate balancing when the payload has a known variation. View Full-Text
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Ciupitu, L. Adaptive Balancing of Robots and Mechatronic Systems. Robotics 2018, 7, 68.
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Ciupitu, Liviu. 2018. "Adaptive Balancing of Robots and Mechatronic Systems." Robotics 7, no. 4: 68.
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