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25. 25 The four basic wheel types. (b) castor wheel: two degrees of freedom; rotation around an offset steering joint. (c) Swedish wheel: three degrees of freedom; rotation around the (motorized) wheel axle, around the rollers, and around the contact point. (d) Ball or spherical wheel: realization technically difficult. ics of the mobile robot. The standard wheel and the castor wheel have a primary axis of rotation and are thus highly directional. To move in a different direction, the wheel must be steered first along a vertical axis.

1 Key issues for locomotion Locomotion is the complement of manipulation. In manipulation, the robot arm is fixed but moves objects in the workspace by imparting force to them. In locomotion, the environment is fixed and the robot moves by imparting force to the environment. In both cases, the scientific basis is the study of actuators that generate interaction forces and mechanisms Locomotion 17 that implement desired kinematic and dynamic properties. , water, air, soft or hard ground) A theoretical analysis of locomotion begins with mechanics and physics.

9 Static walking with six legs. A tripod formed by three legs always exists. 10). With this approach it is, in fact, possible to build legged robots that do not have actuation of any kind. Such passive dynamic walkers [211,344] walk down a shallow incline (which compensates for frictional losses), but, because no actuators are present, no negative work is performed and energetic losses due to braking are eliminated. In addition to creating a periodic motion, the dynamics of such walkers must be designed to ensure dynamic stability.

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