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A. Ratio distances variation b. Rectangle transformation and distance variation under zoom influence 5. A Compliance control of a hyper redundant robot This section treats a class of hyper redundant arms can achieve any position and orientation in 3D space, and that can perform a coil function for the grasping. The arm is a high degree of freedom structure or a continuum structure, but in this chapter a different technological solution is assumed. The general form of the arm is shown in Figure 16.
The second objective is consisting in developing the method for optimizing the applicable case studies, which results. Using assumed mode and finite element methods oscillatory behavior of he mobile robotic manipulators had been described. The model equations had been verified for a two-link manipulator, and the model responses had been discussed. Then, joint flexibility had been added to the system and obtained model had been simulated. After that, an efficient solution on the basis of TPBVP solution had been proposed to path optimization – maximum payload determination in order to achieve the predefined objective.