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Kinematic Control of Redundant Robots in the Constrained Environment and Its Applicaiton to a Nozzle Dam Installation/Detachment Task in Nuclear Power Plants
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 Title & Authors
Kinematic Control of Redundant Robots in the Constrained Environment and Its Applicaiton to a Nozzle Dam Installation/Detachment Task in Nuclear Power Plants
Park, Ki-Cheol; Chang, Pyung-Hun; Kim, Seung-Ho;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a closed-form formulation for inverse kinematics of robot manipulators with kinematic redundancy under the constrained environment has been derived using the Kuhn-Tucker condition, the extended Lagrange multiplier method and the working set method. The proposed algorithm satisfies the necessaryand sufficient conditions for optimization subject to equality and inequality constraints. In addition, computationally efficient kinematic control methods have been proposed using differential kinemetics and gradient projection mehtod. The effectiveness of the proposed methods has been demonstrated with a 4-dof planar robot, and then a 7-dof spatial robot as a practical application to the nozzle dam task in the Nuclear Power Plant.
 Keywords
Redundant Robot;Inverse Kinematics;Kinematic Control;Nuclear Power Plant;Nozzle Dam Task;
 Language
Korean
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