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Protector Design and Shock Analysis for a Launch-Reconnaissance Robot

발사형 정찰로봇을 위한 보호체 설계 및 충격해석

  • Received : 2011.02.09
  • Accepted : 2011.06.01
  • Published : 2011.08.01

Abstract

This paper presents the design concepts of a protector for a launch-reconnaissance robot that is to be deployed for data-collection in hazardous regions. The protector protects the reconnaissance robot inside from shock induced during the process of launch, flight, and landing. Since the outer shells of the protector are automatically opened wide by the unlocking mechanism during the landing stage, the reconnaissance robot can easily exit the protector and move around to carry out its mission. We carefully simulated a finite-element model of the protector with the robot and compared the results with the actual dynamic behavior of the system. Shock- response tests using a droptable showed that the proposed protector filled with silicon material successfully attenuated external shock.

Keywords

Protector;Reconnaissance Robot;Shock Analysis;Unlocking Mechanism;Drop Test

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