Six Links Passive Modular Groups Involved in Structural Synthesis of Bi-Mobile Mechanisms


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The paper deals with the structural synthesis of bi-mobile mechanisms based on six links passive modular groups and used in robotics and other industrial equipment [1]. Such mechanisms are useful in any practical situation when a suitable curve is necessary to be described in manufacturing processes. Even if the passive complex modules with six links are mentioned in the literature these are rarely encountered in construction of mechanisms and in design due to the difficulties to achieve their mathematical models.



Edited by:

Prof.univ. Adrian Olaru






A. Comanescu et al., "Six Links Passive Modular Groups Involved in Structural Synthesis of Bi-Mobile Mechanisms", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 841, pp. 47-52, 2016

Online since:

June 2016




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