Paper Title:
Energy Wave Transmission and Control Analysis in Force Reflection Teleoperation Based on Interconnected Power Line
  Abstract

Force-Reflected Telepresence Teleoperation system has been widely used. Generally, force and torque sensors are installed on the robot to realize haptic perception. Control commands and force-reflected information from the robot are transmitted by communication link, such as internet. However, this structure not only brings difficulties of installation and commissioning, but also reduces the system flexibility and makes control more difficult. And it is prone to interfered in microenvironment. This paper presents a new type of energy transfer method to achieve it by power line instead of internet between the Master-slave Manipulators. This method achieves the consistency of force-reflected without using sensors to measure the conditions. In practical application, it requires to design an energy managed controller to insure the stability and obtain precision in synchronization between the master part and slave part. This paper gives the theory, the system structure and control method of force telepresence teleoperation based on power line.

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Qi Luo
Pages
1306-1310
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.58-60.1306
Citation
X. H. Xie, C. Ma, Q. Sun, C. J. Luo, R. X. Du, "Energy Wave Transmission and Control Analysis in Force Reflection Teleoperation Based on Interconnected Power Line", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 58-60, pp. 1306-1310, 2011
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June 2011
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