Introduction to Robotics by Saeed B. Niku, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Saeed B. Niku. Page 2. Chapter 1. Fundamentals. 1. Introduction. Fig. (a) A on a truck. Reprinted with permission from Fanuc Robotics, North America, Inc. Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, Control, Applications, 2ed. by Saeed B. Niku Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, Systems, Applications. 20 July
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Check copyright status Cite this Title Introduction to robotics: Saeed Benjamin Edition 2nd ed. Summary “Niku offers comprehensive, yet concise coverage of robotics that will appeal to engineers. Robotic applications are drawn from a wide variety of fields.
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Emphasis is placed on design along with analysis and modeling. Kinematics and dynamics are covered extensively in an accessible style.
Vision systems are discussed in detail, which is a cutting-edge area in robotics. Engineers will also find a running design project that reinforces the concepts by having them apply what they’ve introductlon. What Is a Robot? Classification of Robots 1. History of Robotics 1. Advantages and Disadvantages of Robots 1. Robot Degrees of Freedom 1.
Robot Reference Frames 1. Other Robots and Applications 1. Social Issues Summary References Problems ch. Robots as Mechanisms 2.
Representation of a Point in Space 2. Representation of a Vector in Space 2. Representation of a Rigid Body 2. Homogeneous Transformation Matrices 2. Representation of Transformations 2. Representation of a Pure Translation 2. Representation of a Intrduction Rotation about an Axis 2.
Representation of Combined Transformations 2. Transformations Relative to the Rotating Frame 2. Inverse of Transformation Matrices 2. Forward and Inverse Kinematics of Robots 2. Forward and Inverse Kinematic Equations: Cartesian Gantry, Rectangular Coordinates 2. Position and Orientation 2. The Inverse Kinematic Solution of Robots 2.
General Solution for Articulated Robot Arms 2. Inverse Kinematic Programming of Robots 2. Degeneracy and Dexterity 2. A 3-DOF Robot 2. Differential versus Large-Scale Motions 3.
Differential Motions of a Frame versus a Robot 3. Differential Motions of a Frame 3. Differential Too about the Reference Axes 3. Differential Rotation about a General Axis q 3. Differential Transformations of a Frame 3. Interpretation of the Differential Change 3. Differential Changes between Frames Contents note continued: Differential Motions of a Robot and its Hand Frame 3.
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Calculation of the Jacobian 3. How to Relate the Jacobian and the Differential Operator 3. The 3-DOF Robot 3. A Short Overview 4. Effective Moments of Inertia 4. Robot’s Equations of Motion 4. Static Force Analysis of Robots 4. Transformation of Forces and Moments between Coordinate Frames 4.
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Path versus Trajectory 5. Joint-Space versus Cartesian-Space Descriptions 5. Basics of Trajectory Planning Contents note continued: Joint-Space Trajectory Planning 5. Third-Order Polynomial Trajectory Planning 5.
Fifth-Order Polynomial Trajectory Planning 5. Linear Segments with Parabolic Blends 5. Continuous Trajectory Recording 5. Basic Components and Terminology 6. Inverse Laplace Transform 6. Block Diagram Algebra Contents sased continued: Characteristics of First-Order Transfer Functions 6.
Characteristics of Second-Order Transfer Functions 6. Root Locus Method 6. Lead and Lag Compensators 6. Open-Loop versus Closed-Loop Applications 6. Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output Systems 6. State-Space Control Methodology 6.
Nonlinear Control Systems 6. Robot Actuation and Control 6. Characteristics of Actuating Systems Contents note continued: Stiffness versus Compliance 7.
Use of Reduction Gears 7. Comparison of Actuating Systems 7. Brushless DC Motors 7. Direct Drive Electric Motors 7. Microprocessor Control of Electric Motors 7. Pulse Width Modulation 7. Shape-Memory Type Metals 7. Design Project 1 7. Design Project 2 7. Design Project 3 saesd. Design Project 4 Contents note continued: Differentiation of Position Signal 8.
Force and Pressure Sensors 8.
Force Sensing Resistor 8. Visible Light and Infrared Sensors 8. Touch and Tactile Sensors 8. Magnetic Proximity Sensors 8.