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Stress and Strain Analysis in Critical Joints of the Bearing Parts of the Mobile Platform Using Tensometry

Miroslav Pástor, František Trebuňa, František Šimčák

American Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 2016, 4(7), 394-399 doi:10.12691/ajme-4-7-30
  • Figure 1. Types of driving mechanisms of mobile robotic systems [2]
  • Figure 2. Application of wheel robotic systems [2]
  • Figure 3. 3D model of the complex modular robotic system [4]
  • Figure 4. Computational model of the outstretched leg (variant A)
  • Figure 5. Field of equivalent stresses, variant A
  • Figure 6. Computational model of the outstretched leg (variant B)
  • Figure 7. Field of equivalent stresses, variant B
  • Figure 8. General view of the mobile robot
  • Figure 9. Application of strain gage
  • Figure 10. Applied strain-gages in places 1 to 5
  • Figure 11. Selected positions of the robot leg during experimental measurement
  • Figure 12. Time courses of stress in places of measurement 1 - 5, phase I
  • Figure 13. Time courses of stress in places of measurement 1 - 5, phase II
  • Figure 14. Time courses of stress in places of measurement 1 - 5, phase III
  • Figure 15. Time courses of stress in places of measurement 1 - 5, phase IV
  • Figure 16. Time courses of stress in places of measurement 1 - 5, phase V
  • Figure 17. Time courses of stress in places of measurement 1 - 5, phase VI
  • Figure 18. Time courses of stress in places of measurement 1 - 5, phase VII