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폐회로 기구학적 구조의 벽면이동 로봇 설계
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 Title & Authors
폐회로 기구학적 구조의 벽면이동 로봇 설계
Lee, Jeong-Hun; Ryu, Seong-Mu; Choe, Hyeok-Ryeol;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we present a wall climbing robot whose gate pattern takes after those of specialized climbing animals such as spiders. Characteristic features of the biological locomotion are partly realized in the design of the mechanism. The robot has two legs and a trunk. Each one-dof leg with suction pads is driven by a motor which employs a closed loop linkage mechanism, and the trunk with suction pads steers the whole body of the robot using a motor. By generating adequate trajectories of the leg and simultaneously alternating the suction pattern between the legs and the trunk, we can achieve the spider like motion. The proposed idea is implemented in a robot and some tests are performed to evaluate its performance.
 Keywords
Wall Climbing Robot;Closed Loop Linkage;Walking Robot;
 Language
Korean
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