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Dynamics is a branch of applied mathematics (specifically classical mechanics) concerned with the study of forces and torques and their effect on motion, as opposed to kinematics, which studies the motion of objects without reference to its causes.

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PI with poor sampling rate

I have a 1-DOF electromechanical application whereby I am controlling the contact-force at the tip of the end-effector. The force sensor on the end-effector unfortunately gives me force data and an ...
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Holonomic constraint forces using Lagrange multipliers

Consider a multibody robotic system with Lagrangian $ L = \dot{q}^{T}M\dot{q} + V $ and equations of motion of the form $$M(q)\ddot{q}+C(q,\dot{q})\dot{q}+A^{T}(q)\lambda+N(q)=0 $$ where $N=\frac{\...
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clarity in understanding the moment of inertia matrix D and Coriolisis and centripetal matrix C as per attached equations

Would appreciate if anyone could help me understand the how if equation 6 and 7 are derived. Helping with any one D22 and C32 would suffice.
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Mass Matrix in Lagrange equation

I want to find the equations of motion of an RRRR robot.I have studied about it a bit but I am having some confusion. Here, in one of the lectures I found online, it describes an Inertia matrix of a ...
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Euler-Lagrange Dynamic model

I'm working on a masters thesis and need to calculate Mass inertia matrix ($M$), Coriolis/Centrifugal matrix ($C$), and the gravity matrix ($G$) in the equation $M\ddot{\theta} + C\theta + G = \tau$ (...
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How to implement PID control for robotic arm?

I'm wondering that, PID control is a linear control technique and the robot manipulator is a nonlinear system, so how it is possible to apply PID control, in this case. I found a paper named: PID ...
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Biped State Space Implementation

Currently I working on a humanoid robot using inverted pendulum model and use LQR for walking stabilizer. Input u is Torque, State x is angle and angular velocity and y output is angle. I got the ...
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Robot with Double Integrator Model [duplicate]

Does the robot described by Double Integrator Model is holonomic ? Let's say we have a robot with dynamics described by equations \begin{cases} \dot x = v, & \\ \dot v = \frac {1}{m}u \end{...
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Why I'm getting very long terms in the inertia matrix (or dynamics model) of the robot using matlab script?

I'm working on the dynamics model of a RRRR articulated robot, I'm following Euler-Lagrange approach and developing my code in m-file in matlab; I'm looking for dynamic model of this form: $$ D(q) \...
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Linear State Space of a 6DOF robot

I'm new to the field of robotics, so this is a pretty basic question: I'm assigned with the task of constructing a linear state space model of a 6DOF robotic arm that moves in 3D space. I believe the ...
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6DOF Robot Dynamics from Newton-Euler Iterative Algorithm [closed]

I don't know if someone can help me with this but I'm calculating the dynamics of a 6DOF robot using the Newton-Euler iterative dynamics algorithm. I'm following the recursive method (inwards and ...
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Theory behind wheeled inverted pendulum robots [closed]

I'm trying to get a deeper understanding of the theory behind wheeled self-balancing robots. Can anyone point me to a text on dynamic modelling and control theory that might help?
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Guessing the K matrix gain for the Optimal Control LQR?

I'm are going to create a LQR to control a system. The problem is to choose the Q and R weighting matrices for the cost function. The Q and R matrices are going to minimize the cost function so the ...
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Inertia Tensors in 3D objects for robot dynamics

I'm trying to obtain the dynamics of a 6DOF robot. Firstly, I calculated the combined centres of mass (between each link and the respective actuator) in order to calculate the gravity term, since it ...
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Can a state matrix have a row of zeros?

While formulating a state matrix of a system, say a system of a typical cruise controller, \begin{equation} \begin{bmatrix} \dot{v} \end{bmatrix} = \begin{bmatrix} -\frac{b}{m} \end{bmatrix} \begin{...
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Wind flow diagram of a quadcopter

I'm trying to determine the wind flow diagram around a quadcopter when it is in action. I looked up on internet but couldn't find any reliable source. By wind flow diagram, what I mean is when my ...
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Computing Yaw angle from position and velocities

I have an object to whom I know the x,y,z position, length, width, height, and x,y velocities. Is there a possibility to compute the yaw angle from this information?
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Second-order dynamical systems

I have been reading this paper (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1509.06113.pdf), which is about control of a robotic arm. They learn a mapping from robot state to robot control, where the state is the positions ...
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Constrained Second Angle Double Pendulum

If I am trying to model the dynamics of a double-pendulum (on a horizontal plane without the effects of gravity), in which the second angle is constrained to range between values of [-10 deg, 10 deg], ...
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Computation of Coriolis Matrix [closed]

I am controlling a 6-DOF robot. For this, I want to compute the Coriolis Matrix. From my study of examples, I understand there are several ways of going about it. At the moment, I am using the theory ...
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Inverse dynamics for robotic arm using Matlab Simmechanics

I am learning Simmechanics Matlab to do inverse dynamics for 4 DOF robotic arm. I read many examples to input motion to revolute joints like through PID, slider gain, sine waves, signal Builder etc. ...
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holonomic and non holonomic constraints in layman's term

I'm new to robotics and I've been reading some slides online regarding motion planning. Due to my lack of knowledge in mechanical engineering, I'm having a difficult time understanding what holonomic ...
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Mathematical modelling of system dynamic on matlab

I want to make a matlab (simulink) control model for the system in the image below. The original pdf is only accessible if logged in Carleton's Learning Management System. How do I get the dynamics ...
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Optimal location of the center of mass for an inverted pendulum

I'm building an inverted pendulum to be controlled by DC motors, but I've run across a conundrum. Personal life experience tells me that it's better to have a lower center of mass to maintain balance....
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Why do I need an additional moment of inertia term in the cart-pole dynamics equation?

I'm trying to understand the dynamic equations for the cart pole system according to this control tutorial from the University of Michigan, where the angular acceleration equation can be written as $(...
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Dynamics of a 3R planar robot manipulator,matrices M(q),C(q,q') and G(q)

The dynamics equation is T=M(q)*q''+C(q,q')*q'+G(q). Can somebody provide me with the M(q), C(q,q') and G(q) matrices of a 3R manipulator with link mass,length and rotational inertia m_i, l_i and ...
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“Time-varying” and “nonautonomous” dynamical systems and their Lyapunov analysis

It is possible to distinguish the properties "time-varying" and "nonautonomous" in dynamical systems regarding Lyapunov stability analysis? Does it make a difference if the system depends explicitly ...
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Parallel axis theorem to determine the moment of inertia

I need to use the parallel axis theorem to determine the moment of inertia of each robotic arm link referred to the joints of the 3 DOF manipulator. The moments of each link's centre of mass are: The ...
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What is the bicycle model for a dynamic robot?

I was asked this in a phone interview for a robotics job. Googling has not really helped. I assume it is some sort of state prediction model that can be used in a Kalman filter. Can anyone give me a ...
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Dynamic torque simulation for a 6 DOF robotic arm

I am working on a 6 DOF robotic arm(industrial manipulator). I have the basic structural specs (dimensions, weights etc) for the links and joints with me. Basically, I want to simulate both static ...
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Damping vs Friction

I am using a physics simulator to simulate a robot arm. For a revolute joint in the arm, there are two parameters which need to be specified: damping, and friction. If a torque is applied to the joint,...
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Why do series elastic actuators have more accurate and stable force control?

The other day, somebody was telling me about a robot in their lab, and they mentioned that it has "series elastic" actuators. But after doing a bit of Googling, I'm still not sure as to what this ...
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motor inertia tensor?

In modeling dynamics of a robot ,in which servo motor is adjusted inside the link, there is a need to find inertia tensor of the motor itself,Right? So if it is needed how can i get the inertia ...
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Dynamic Model of a Manipulator

I'm stuck on equation 4.30 of page 176 in http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/books/MLS/pdf/mls94-complete.pdf This equation: $\frac {\partial M_{ij}} {\partial \theta_k} = \sum_{l=\max(i,j)}^n \Bigl( ...
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Euler-Lagrange systems, autonomous or nonautonomous?

I was reading an article on Euler-Lagrange systems. It is stated there that since M(q) and C(q,q') depend on q, it is not autonomous. As a result, we cannot use LaSalle's theorem. I have uploaded that ...
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Dynamic model of a robot lifted by a balloon (Multibody system)

I'm having a hard time trying to understand how to obtain the dynamic model for a system similar to the image. The balloon is a simple helium balloon, however the box is actually an aerial ...
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List of books similar to Thrun's Probabilistic Robotics for robot mechanics and manipulation [closed]

What? Put together here a list of books (like the one for C/C++ on StackOverflow) that are spiritually similar to Sebastian Thrun's Probabilistic Robotics for robotic manipulation and mechanics. Why?...
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Do walking robots use accelerometers?

My understanding of walking robots (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJlkBBdyBYI) is that they use a gyroscope to determine the current orientation of the robot, or each joint of the robot. This ...
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Dynamic simulation of compliant elements in quadruped robot

I have a preliminary design for a legged robot that uses compliant elements in the legs and in parallel with the motors for energy recovery during impact as well as a pair of flywheels on the front ...
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Where to make changes for simulation project Bullet/Gazebo/ROS/Orocos

I am starting to develop robotics project which involves simulation (and maybe real world programs) of soft-body dynamics (for food processing) and clothes/garment handling (for textile industry or ...
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Calculating required torques for a given trajectory using Lagrange-Euler

I have a 2DOF robot with 2 revolute joints, as shown in the diagram below. I'm trying to calculate (using MATLAB) the torque required to move it but my answers don't match up with what I'm expecting. ...
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Torque control in eye-in-hand visual servoing

In most papers about IBVS the camera velocity is computed and then used as a pseudo-input for the manipulator. (e.g. this one) Is there any work in which the dynamic Lagrange model $H(q) \ddot q +C(q,\...
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Relationship between earth frame attitude and acceleration for a quadcopter

For a quadcopter, what is the relationship between roll, pitch, and yaw in the earth frame and acceleration in the x, y, and z dimensions in the earth frame? To be more concrete, suppose roll ($\theta$...
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Should the therotical parameters match the physical setup constraints when modeling a robot?

I'm working on modeling and simulation of robotic arm, after I obtained the mathematical model of the robot, I used that to implement some control techniques, to control the motion of the robot. The ...
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Mathematical Moddeling of Elastic Robots [closed]

We can easily compute the rigid robot kinematics and dynamics. There is many resources, simulators and modelling tools about it. But i couldnt find any of these for elastic robots. Can you suggest ...
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Conventional Land Vehicle Dynamic Models for GPS/INS augmentation

I am looking to augment a GPS/INS solution with a conventional land vehicle (car-like) model. That is, front-wheel steered, rear wheels passive on an axle. I don't have access to odometry or wheel ...
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The IDE using for programming the Atlas robots

ATLAS Gets an Upgrade - the new video of the Atlas robot is out so I'm curious about the IDE with which they are coding this thing.
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Matlab: System simulation with dynamic state matrix / input matrix [closed]

I have the following system: $$\dot{x} = A(t)x+B(t)u$$ $$y = x$$ $A(t)$ and $B(t)$ are actually scalar, but time-dependent. If they would be constant, I could simulate the system in Matlab using: <...
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how to implement tracking problem with PID controller

I'm trying to implement the tracking problem for this example using PID controller. The dynamic equation is $$ I \ddot{\theta} + d \dot{\theta} + mgL \sin(\theta) = u $$ where $\theta$ : joint ...
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Converting a linear acceleration command into a DC motor command?

I'm constructing a 2 wheels balancing robot which uses a PID controller. I've tuned my parameters on numerical simulations based on a continuous inverted pendulum system so that the simulated ...