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Proposal of an admittance enhanced redundant joint mechanism to improve backdrivability

Nagai, K., Ikegami, Y., Loureiro, R. and Harwin, W.S. (2008) Proposal of an admittance enhanced redundant joint mechanism to improve backdrivability. In: IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM 2008), Xian, China.

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1109/AIM.2008.4601712

Abstract/Summary

This paper describes a proposed admittance enhanced redundant joint mechanism (AERJM) which allows greater flexibility in the design of robotic joints. First, the basic concept of a redundant joint mechanism that reduces joint inertia is explained. Second, the AERJM structure is discussed. AERJM consists of a redundancy introducing mechanism (RIM), the adjustable admittance mechanism (AAM) and an admittance enhancing actuator. The working principles of the AERJM concept are analysed. The design and a working prototype, consisting of a variable reduction mechanism, along with a spring and a damper with constant coefficients, are described.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Systems Engineering
ID Code:14808
Uncontrolled Keywords:robot dynamics, shock absorbers, springs (mechanical) , adjustable admittance mechanism, admittance enhanced redundant joint mechanism, constant coefficients, dampers, redundancy introducing mechanism, robotic joints, springs, variable reduction mechanism
Publisher:IEEE

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