6-DOF Loading System with the Simulated Border

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There is a set of 6 degrees of freedom (6-DOF) loading system with the simulated border for the application of material structural strength and reliability tests. This is a novel equipment for the tests of structural mechanical properties and reliability in different materials. This study showed a three-dimensional structure model, introduced the definition of the test of the 6-DOF loading system with the simulated border, and discussed the primary theory of the system and technical performance. Based on the matrix of direction cosine of the system, the solutions of inverse kinematics of 6-DOF loading system were given. The system of control was introduced as well.

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Bin Li

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894-898

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B. Li et al., "6-DOF Loading System with the Simulated Border", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 549, pp. 894-898, 2012

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July 2012

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