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By Xilun Ding, Xianwen Kong, Jian S. Dai

This ebook offers the latest advances within the examine and purposes of reconfigurable mechanisms and robots. It collects ninety three independently reviewed papers offered on the 3rd ASME/IFToMM overseas convention on Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots (ReMAR 2015) held in Beijing, China, 20-22 July 2015.

The convention papers are prepared into seven elements to hide the reconfiguration thought, topology, kinematics and layout of reconfigurable mechanisms together with reconfigurable parallel mechanisms. the latest effects on reconfigurable robots are awarded together with their research, layout, simulation and keep an eye on. Bio-inspired mechanisms also are explored within the difficult fields of rehabilitation and minimally invasive surgical procedure. This publication additional addresses deployable mechanisms and origami-inspired mechanisms and showcases quite a lot of winning functions of reconfigurable mechanisms and robots.

Advances in Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots II might be of curiosity for researchers, engineers and postgraduate scholars in mechanical engineering, electric engineering, computing device technology and arithmetic.

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Two-fold symmetrical 6R foldable frames and their bifurcations. Int. J. Solids Struct. 46, 4504–4514 (2009) 18. : Bifurcation of a special line and plane symmetric Bricard linkage. Mech. Mach. Theory 46, 515–533 (2011) 19. : Trifurcation of the evolved Sarrus-motion linkage based on parametric constraints. Adv. Robot Kinematics 345–353 (2014) 20. : A kinematic notation for lower-pair mechanisms based on matrices. ASME J. Appl. Mech. 77, 215–221 (1955) 21. : The application of dual algebra to kinematic analysis.

Robot Kinematics 345–353 (2014) 4. : Mobility and higher order local analysis of the configuration space of single-loop mechanisms. , Wenger, P. ) Advances in Robot Kinematics, pp. 215–224. Springer, Berlin (2008) 5. : Local analysis of closed-loop linkages—mobility, singularities, and shakiness, IDETC 2015, paper number DETC2015-47485 6. : Higher derivatives of the kinematic mapping and some applications. Mech. Mach. Theory 76, 70–85 (2014) 7. : Derivatives of screw systems in body-fixed representation.

9 Possible joint angles of the linkage paper models. Labeled points correspond to configurations shown in Fig. 5 Fig. 10 Possible movement of the two Bricard chain models The case study illustrates well the possibility of realizing very different configuration space paths starting from the same state, and therefore shows potential use in the design of reconfigurable mechanisms. It also shows that physical-link interference can limit the choice of trajectories possible without reassembly. Therefore, during the mechanical design of the links and joints (not a subject of this paper) it must be carefully considered what panel shapes will allow the desired motions.

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