Rajabpour, A., Zarei, A., Rajabpour, A., Ahmadi, F. (2013). Electronical and Mechanical System Modeling of Robot Dynamics Using a Mass/Pulley Model. Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering, 2(7), 34-43.

Ata olah Rajabpour; amir Zarei; arezoo Rajabpour; Fatemeh Ahmadi. "Electronical and Mechanical System Modeling of Robot Dynamics Using a Mass/Pulley Model". Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering, 2, 7, 2013, 34-43.

Rajabpour, A., Zarei, A., Rajabpour, A., Ahmadi, F. (2013). 'Electronical and Mechanical System Modeling of Robot Dynamics Using a Mass/Pulley Model', Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering, 2(7), pp. 34-43.

Rajabpour, A., Zarei, A., Rajabpour, A., Ahmadi, F. Electronical and Mechanical System Modeling of Robot Dynamics Using a Mass/Pulley Model. Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering, 2013; 2(7): 34-43.

Electronical and Mechanical System Modeling of Robot Dynamics Using a Mass/Pulley Model

The well-known electro-mechanical analogy that equates current, voltage, resistance, inductance and capacitance to force, velocity, damping, spring constant and mass has a shortcoming in that mass can only be used to simulate a capacitor which has one terminal connected to ground. A new model that was previously proposed by the authors that combines a mass with a pulley (MP) is shown to simulate a capacitor in the general case. This new MP model is used to model the off-diagonal elements of a mass matrix so that devices whose effective mass is coupled between more than one actuator can be represented by a mechanical system diagram that is topographically parallel to its equivalent electric circuit model. Specific examples of this technique are presented to demonstrate how a mechanical model can be derived for both a serial and a parallel robot with both two and three degrees of freedom. The technique, however, is extensible to any number of degrees of freedom

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