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Author Huang, Xing, 1874-1916.

Title Theory of parallel mechanisms / Zhen Huang, Qinchuan Li, Huafeng Ding
Published Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, [2013]
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Series Mechanisms and machine science, 2211-0984 ; v. 6
Mechanisms and machine science ; v. 6
Contents Basics of Screw Theory -- Dependency and Reciprocity of Screws -- Mobility Analysis Part-1 -- Mobility Analysis Part-2 -- Kinematic Influence Coefficient and Kinematics Analysis -- Full-Scale Feasible Instantaneous Screw Motion -- Special Configuration of Mechanisms -- Dynamic Problems of Parallel Mechanisms -- Constraint Screw-Based Method for Type Synthesis -- Digital Topology Theory of Kinematic Chains and Atlas Database
Summary This book contains mechanism analysis and synthesis. In mechanism analysis, a mobility methodology is first systematically presented. This methodology, based on the author's screw theory, proposed in 1997, of which the generality and validity was only proved recently, is a very complex issue, researched by various scientists over the last 150 years. The principle of kinematic influence coefficient and its latest developments are described. This principle is suitable for kinematic analysis of various 6-DOF and lower-mobility parallel manipulators. The singularities are classified by a new point of view, and progress in position-singularity and orientation-singularity is stated. In addition, the concept of over-determinate input is proposed and a new method of force analysis based on screw theory is presented. In mechanism synthesis, the synthesis for spatial parallel mechanisms is discussed, and the synthesis method of difficult 4-DOF and 5-DOF symmetric mechanisms, which was first put forward by the author in 2002, is introduced in detail. Besides, the three-order screw system and its space distribution of the kinematic screws for infinite possible motions of lower mobility mechanisms are both analyzed
Analysis Engineering
Mechanical engineering
Machinery and Machine Elements
Structural Mechanics
Control, Robotics, Mechatronics
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Kinematics.
Mechanical engineering.
Mechanical movements.
Form Electronic book
Author Li, Zongwei, ju ren 1713.
Ding, Huafeng.
LC no. 2012942326
ISBN 9400742002
9400742010 (electronic bk.)
9789400742000
9789400742017 (electronic bk.)