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Mechatronics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 82 ◽  
pp. 102717
Yongchao Wang ◽  
Zengjie Zhang ◽  
Cong Li ◽  
Martin Buss

2022 ◽  
Vol 73 ◽  
pp. 102229 ◽  
Zhengxue Zhou ◽  
Leihui Li ◽  
Alexander Fürsterling ◽  
Hjalte Joshua Durocher ◽  
Jesper Mouridsen ◽  

2022 ◽  
zhi xiao ◽  
Wenhui Zhang

Abstract RP(Rotation-Parallel) flexible robot as a typical electromechanical system. The complex electromechanical coupling effect in the system has a significant impact on the dynamic characteristics and stability of the flexible manipulator. This article investigates the electromechanical coupling dynamics and vibration response characteristics of flexible robot manipulator driven by AC(Alternating Current) servo motor with considering the start-up dynamic characteristics of the motor. Firstly, the physical model including the coupling of electromagnetic and mechanical system is established, and the dynamic model of the whole system is derived based on the global electromechanical coupling effect and Lagrange-Maxwell equations. Secondly, the virtual simulation platform is constructed with the help of MATLAB/Simulink, and the output speed characteristics of the motor drive end and the motion of the moving base are analyzed. Finally, through the joint simulation of MATLAB/Simulink dynamic simulation model and ADAMS/Controls virtual prototype model, the vibration characteristics of flexible manipulator under electromechanical coupling are obtained. The result demonstrates that the electromechanical coupling effect at the motor driving end has an obvious influence on the dynamic characteristics of the flexible manipulator, which is manifested in the increase of the vibration displacement amplitude of the flexible manipulator. With the increase of motor speed, the change of elastic vibration of flexible manipulator becomes larger, which shows that the electromechanical coupling effect of motor driving end has a greater impact on the dynamic characteristics of flexible manipulator at high speed. The analysis results are of great significance to improve the dynamic performance of motor-driven flexible robot manipulator.

J. J. Carreño ◽  
R. Villamizar

Robust controllers have been developed by both control techniques QFT and H∞ applied in the waist, shoulder and elbow of a manipulator of 6 degrees of freedom. The design is based on the identification of a linear model of the robot dynamics which represents the non-linearity of the system using parametric uncertainty. QFT control methodology is used to tune the robust PID-controller and pre-filters of the system, and H∞ controllers are obtained by designing the weighting functions and using the MATLAB hinfopt tool. Finally the performance of robust controllers is compared designed based on the calculation and analysis of some behavioral indices.

2022 ◽  
M.A. Oleynik

Abstract. The paper considers the issue of optimizing the movement of an industrial robot used in additive manufacturing in the technology of direct metal deposition of parts. The developed mathematical model that takes into account the joint work of a six-axis robot manipulator and a two-axis positioner is described. The algorithm for calculating the motion based on the relative position of two adjacent points of the working tool trajectory relative to the rotary axis of the positioner with a given accuracy is described. The simulation of processing is carried out both when working only with the manipulator, and when working together with a two-axis positioner, and control programs with recalculated coordinates and rotation angles of the positioner are obtained.

Guanghui Liu ◽  
Bing Han

We propose a cascaded impedance control algorithm based on a virtual dynamics model (VDM) to achieve robust and effective mechanical impedance for a robot interacting with unknown environments. This cascaded controller consists of an internal loop of virtual impedance control based on a VDM and an external loop of impedance reference control. The VDM-based virtual impedance control can achieve the same effect as the conventional admittance control; its intermediate output of force/torque serves as the input for the external loop reference impedance control. Therefore, this cascaded controller shows superior performance by combining the advantages of admittance control and impedance control. We evaluate the controller in multiple-contact experiments on a six-degrees of freedom (6-DOF) industrial robot manipulator. The result shows that under various contact situations such as soft and rigid surfaces and free space, the proposed method can rapidly track the target and effectively maintain stability. In the experiments conducted on the robot in contact with various environments, the proposed control method reduced the steady-state error by more than 20% compared with the conventional admittance control.

IEEE Access ◽  
2022 ◽  
pp. 1-1
Francesco Cursi ◽  
Weibang Bai ◽  
Eric M. Yeatman ◽  
Petar Kormushev

2022 ◽  
Vol 19 (3) ◽  
pp. 2240-2285
Shihong Yin ◽  
Qifang Luo ◽  
Yanlian Du ◽  
Yongquan Zhou ◽  

<abstract> <p>The slime mould algorithm (SMA) is a metaheuristic algorithm recently proposed, which is inspired by the oscillations of slime mould. Similar to other algorithms, SMA also has some disadvantages such as insufficient balance between exploration and exploitation, and easy to fall into local optimum. This paper, an improved SMA based on dominant swarm with adaptive t-distribution mutation (DTSMA) is proposed. In DTSMA, the dominant swarm is used improved the SMA's convergence speed, and the adaptive t-distribution mutation balances is used enhanced the exploration and exploitation ability. In addition, a new exploitation mechanism is hybridized to increase the diversity of populations. The performances of DTSMA are verified on CEC2019 functions and eight engineering design problems. The results show that for the CEC2019 functions, the DTSMA performances are best; for the engineering problems, DTSMA obtains better results than SMA and many algorithms in the literature when the constraints are satisfied. Furthermore, DTSMA is used to solve the inverse kinematics problem for a 7-DOF robot manipulator. The overall results show that DTSMA has a strong optimization ability. Therefore, the DTSMA is a promising metaheuristic optimization for global optimization problems.</p> </abstract>

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