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Author Ho, Anh-Van, author

Title Mechanics of localized slippage in tactile sensing : and application to soft sensing systems / Anh-Van Ho, Shinichi Hirai
Published Cham : Springer, 2014

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 224 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, 1610-7438 ; 99
Springer tracts in advanced robotics ; 99. 1610-7438
Contents Chapter 1: Introduction -- -- Chapter 2: Two Dimensional Beam Bundle Model of a Frictional Sliding Soft Fingertip -- -- Chapter 3: Three-Dimensional Beam Bundle Model of a Sliding Soft Fingertip -- -- Chapter 4: Modeling of a Sliding Human Fingertip -- -- Chapter 5: Tactile Sensing via Micro Force/Moment Sensor -- -- Chapter 6: Slip Perception via Soft Robotic Skin Made of Electroconductive Yarn -- -- Chapter 7: Slip Perception using a Tactile Array Sensor -- -- Chapter 8: Concluding Remarks -- -- Appendix A: Continuous Modeling 2D Elastic Deformation -- -- Appendix B: Numerical Integration of Ordinary Differential Equations -- -- Appendix C: Integral over Triangle
Summary Localized slippage occurs during any relative sliding of soft contacts, ranging from human fingertips to robotic fingertips. Although this phenomenon is dominant for a very short time prior to gross slippage, localized slippage is a crucial factor for any to-be-developed soft sensing system to respond to slippage before it occurs. The content of this book addresses all aspects of localized slippage, including modeling and simulating it, as well as applying it to the construction of novel sensors with slip tactile perception
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed January 3, 2014)
Subject Robot hands.
Tactile sensors.
Ingénierie.
Robot hands.
Tactile sensors.
Form Electronic book
Author Hirai, Shinʼichi, 1963- author.
ISBN 9783319041230
3319041231
3319041223
9783319041223