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- Notes on Newton-Euler formulation of robotic manipulators
- Univ Taubate
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- The equations corresponding to Newton-Euler iterative method for the determination of forces and moments acting on the rigid links of a robotic manipulator are given a new treatment using composed vectors for the representation of both kinematical and dynamical quantities. It is shown that Lagrange equations for the motion of a holonomic system are easily found from the composed vectors defined in this note. Application to a simple model of an industrial robot shows that the method developed in these notes is efficient in solving the dynamics of a robotic manipulator. An example is developed, where it is seen that with the application of appropriate control moments applied to each arm of the robot, starting from a given initial position, it is possible to reach equilibrium in a final pre-assigned position.
- Proceedings of The Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part K-Journal of Multi-body Dynamics. London: Sage Publications Ltd, v. 226, n. K1, p. 61-71, 2012.
- Sage Publications Ltd
- composed vectors
- control moments
- Lagrange's equation
- Newton-Euler method
- robotic manipulator
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