Modelling and analysis of nonlinear multibody dynamic systems

Alexander Gutenkunst
Modular self-reconfigurable robots are characterised by a high versatility. While most robots are designed for a special purpose these robots are designed to be multi-talented and adaptive. This thesis uses a modern framework for the automatic model generation of these modular self-reconfigurable robots. Based on a two-step Newton-Euler approach in combination with elements of screw-theory, this framework provides an elegant way to automatically calculate the equations of motion in a closed form. To simulate the...
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