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Structural Synthesis of Parallel Robots


Structural Synthesis of Parallel Robots

Part 2: Translational Topologies with Two and Three Degrees of Freedom
Solid Mechanics and Its Applications, Band 159

von: Grigore Gogu

154,69 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 15.02.2009
ISBN/EAN: 9781402097942
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 762

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“The mathematical investigations referred to bring the whole apparatus of a great science to the examination of the properties of a given mechanism, and have accumulated in this direction rich material, of enduring and increasing value. What is left unexamined is however the other, immensely deeper part of the problem, the question: How did the mechanism, or the elements of which it is composed, originate? What laws govern its building up? Is it indeed formed according to any laws whatever? Or have we simply to accept as data what invention gives us, the analysis of what is thus obtained being the only scientific problem left – as in the case of natural history?” Reuleaux, F., Theoretische Kinematik, Braunschweig: Vieweg, 1875 Reuleaux, F., The Kinematics of Machinery, London: Macmillan, 1876 and New York: Dover, 1963 (translated by A.B.W. Kennedy) This book represents the second part of a larger work dedicated to the structural synthesis of parallel robots. Part 1 already published in 2008 (Gogu 2008a) has presented the methodology proposed for structural synthesis. This book focuses on various topologies of translational parallel robots systematically generated by using the structural synthesis approach proposed in Part 1. The originality of this work resides in the fact that it combines the new formulae for mobility connectivity, redundancy and overconstraints, and the evolutionary morphology in a unified approach of structural synthesis giving interesting innovative solutions for parallel mechanisms.
Forming the second part of a larger work dedicated to the structural synthesis of parallel robots, this work combines new formulae for mobility connectivity, redundancy and overconstraint with evolutionary morphology in a unified structural synthesis approach.
“The mathematical investigations referred to bring the whole apparatus of a great science to the examination of the properties of a given mechanism, and have accumulated in this direction rich material, of enduring and increasing value. What is left unexamined is however the other, immensely deeper part of the problem, the question: How did the mechanism, or the elements of which it is composed, originate? What laws govern its building up? Is it indeed formed according to any laws whatever? Or have we simply to accept as data what invention gives us, the analysis of what is thus obtained being the only scientific problem left – as in the case of natural history?” Reuleaux, F., Theoretische Kinematik, Braunschweig: Vieweg, 1875 Reuleaux, F., The Kinematics of Machinery, London: Macmillan, 1876 and New York: Dover, 1963 (translated by A.B.W. Kennedy) This book represents the second part of a larger work dedicated to the structural synthesis of parallel robots. Part 1 already published in 2008 (Gogu 2008a) has presented the methodology proposed for structural synthesis. This book focuses on various topologies of translational parallel robots systematically generated by using the structural synthesis approach proposed in Part 1. The originality of this work resides in the fact that it combines the new formulae for mobility connectivity, redundancy and overconstraints, and the evolutionary morphology in a unified approach of structural synthesis giving interesting innovative solutions for parallel mechanisms.
Preface; 1. Translational parallel robots with two degrees of freedom T2-type;1.1. Translational parallel robots T2-type with coupled motions ;1.2. Translational parallel robots T2-type with decoupled motions; 1.3. Translational parallel robots T2-type with uncoupled motions; 1.4. Maximally regular translational parallel robots T2-type; 2. Parallel robots with screw motion T1R1-type; 2.1. Parallel robots with screw motions and coupled motions; 2.2. Parallel robots with screw motions and decoupled motions ;2.3. Parallel robots with screw motions and uncoupled motions; 2.4. Maximally regular parallel robots with screw motion; 3. Other parallel robots with two degrees of freedom T1R1-type; 3.1. Parallel robots T 1R1 -type with coupled motions; 3.2. Parallel robots T1R1-type with decoupled motions; 3.3. Parallel robots T1R1-type with uncoupled motions; 3.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T1R1-type; 4. Spherical parallel wrists with two degrees of freedom R2-type; 4.1. Parallel wrists R2-type with coupled motions; 4.2. Parallel wrists R2-type with decoupled motions; 4.3. Parallel wrists R2-type with uncoupled motions; 4.4. Maximally regular parallel wrists R2-type; 5. Translational parallel robots with three degrees of freedom; 5.1. Translational parallel robots T3-type with coupled motions; 5.2. Translational parallel robots T3-type with decoupled motions; 5.3. Translational parallel robots T3-type with uncoupled motions; 5.4. Maximally regular translational parallel robots T3-type; 6. Parallel robots with planar motion T2R 1-type; 6.1. Parallel robots with planar coupled motions; 6.2. Parallel robots with planar decoupled motions; 6.3. Parallel robots with planar uncoupled motions; 6.4. Maximally regular planar parallel robots; 7. Other parallel robots with three degrees of freedom T2R 1-type; 7.1. Parallel robots T2R1-type with coupled motions; 7.2. Parallel robots T2R1-type with decoupled motions; 7.3. Parallel robots T2R1-type with uncoupled motions; 7.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T2R 1-type; 8. Parallel robots with three degrees of freedom T1R2-type; 8.1. Parallel robots T1R2-type with coupled motions; 8.2. Parallel robots T1R2-type with decoupled motions; 8.3. Parallel robots T1R2-type with uncoupled motions; 8.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T1R2-type; 9. Spherical parallel wrists with three degrees of freedom R3-type; 9.1. Parallel wrists R3-type with coupled motions; 9.2. Parallel wrists R3-type with decoupled motions; 9.3. Parallel wrists R3-type with uncoupled motions; 9.4. Maximally regular parallel wrists R3-type; 10. Parallel robots with Schönflies motion T3R 1-type; 10.1. Parallel robots with coupled Schönflies motions; 10.2. Parallel robots with Schönflies decoupled motions; 10.3. Parallel robots with Schönflies uncoupled motions; 10.4. Maximally regular parallel robots with Schönflies motion; 11. Other parallel robots with four degrees of freedom T3R1 -type; 11.1. Parallel robots T3R1 -type with coupled motions; 11.2. Parallel robots T3R1-type with decoupled motions; 11.3. Parallel robots T3R1-type with uncoupled motions; 11.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T3R1-type; 12. Parallel robots with four degrees of freedom T2R2-type; 12.1. Parallel robots T2R2-type with coupled motions; 12.2. Parallel robots T2R2-type with decoupled motions; 12.3. Parallel robots T2R2-type with uncoupled motions; 12.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T2R2-type; 13. Parallel robots with four degrees of freedom T1R3-type; 13. 1. Parallel robots T1R3-type with coupled motions; 13.2. Parallel robots T1R3-type with decoupled motions; 13.3. Parallel robots T1R3-type with uncoupled motions; 13.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T1R3-type; 14. Parallel robots with five degrees of freedom T3R2-type; 14.1. Parallel robots T3R2-type with coupled motions; 14.2. Parallel robots T3R2-type with decoupled motions; 14.3. Parallel robots T3R2-type with uncoupled motions; 14.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T3R2-type; 15. Parallel robots with five degrees of freedom T2R3-type; 14. 1 . Parallel robots T2R3-type with coupled motions; 14.2. Parallel robots T2R3-type with decoupled motions; 14.3. Parallel robots T2R3-type with uncoupled motions; 14.4. Maximally regular parallel robots T2R3-type; 16. Parallel robots with six degrees of freedom; 16. 1 . Parallel robots with six coupled motions; 16.2. Parallel robots with six decoupled motions; 16.3. Parallel robots with six uncoupled motions; 16.4. Maximally regular parallel robots with six degrees of freedom;
This book represents the second part of a larger work dedicated to the structural synthesis of parallel robots.
The originality of this work resides in the fact that it combines new formulae for mobility connectivity, redundancy and overconstraint, and the evolutionary morphology in a unified approach of structural synthesis giving interesting innovative solutions for parallel robotic manipulators. This is the first book of robotics presenting solutions of coupled, decoupled, uncoupled, fully-isotropic and maximally regular translational parallel robotic manipulators systematically generated by using the structural synthesis approach proposed in Part 1. Non-redundant/redundant, overconstrained/isostatic solutions with simple/complex limbs actuated by linear/rotary actuators with/without idle mobilities are proposed. Many solutions are presented here for the first time in the literature.
The author had to make a difficult and challenging choice between protecting these solutions through patents, and releasing them directly into the public domain. The second option was adopted by publishing them in various recent scientific publications and mainly in this book. In this way, the author hopes to contribute to a rapid and widespread implementation of these solutions in future industrial products.
Structural synthesis of parallel robots with two to six degrees of freedom
New families of parallel robots with decoupled, uncoupled and fully-isotropic solutions
Non-redundant/redundant, overconstrained/isostatic solutions of coupled/decoupled/ uncoupled and fully-isotropic parallel manipulators with elementary/complex legs actuated by linear/rotary actuators with/without idle mobilities

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