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Quantity causing acceleration in the state space of a mechanical system.

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It sounds like all you really care about it is a realistic simulation. For you, this means that you are interested in specifying a force that is "reasonable" for your robot. I say "reasonable … " because it's up to you to define, but hopefully I can help you set some guidelines. Torque, the angular force you apply to a joint, has two general uses: static poses and dynamic motion. A lot of people …
answered Apr 20 '16 by Chuck
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and new motor(s). The new motors don't "help" because they provide a reaction force/torque which just gets passed off to the next actuator. The existing actuators wind up still "seeing" all the …
answered May 12 '17 by Chuck