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A Study on the Development of Mobile Robot for Inspection of Hull Surface
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Development of Mobile Robot for Inspection of Hull Surface
Kim, Jin-Man; Kim, Heon-Hui; Nam, Taek-Kun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, development of mobile robot for the inspection of hull surface was mentioned. In the sea, it is difficult to proceed with the visual inspection of hull side and thus mobile robot for checking the status could be run with strap-on its surface. To do this, permanent magnet module to generate magnetic force between hull surface and mobile robot, and structure to minimize variance of the force under curvature circumstance were considered on the design. Based on the design, mobile robot with four NdFeB, four driving wheels and image aquisition module was applied. Load experiment to check the adhesive force, slip test during stop state and driving test to measure driving speed were executed. From the experiments 13 Kgf adhesive force was obtained and slip was not happened until 8 Kgf load on the inclined plate. Driving speed of mobile robot was measured at 0.82 m/s corresponding to 6.5 ampere. We confirmed the effectiveness of developed mobile robot by experiments to check its characteristics.
 Keywords
Inspection;Mobile robot;Magnetic force;Load;Driving speed;
 Language
Korean
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