2-DOF

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2-DOFTwo Degrees-Of-Freedom
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Yihua, "Analysis on coupling effect of 2-DOF direct drive induction motor based on 3-D model," 17th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS), pp.
The appearance of the 2-DOF adaptive mechatronic module used to calibrate industrial robots is shown in Figure 2.b.
In what follows, the STMF is simulated via a 2-DOF mechanical model, based on certain simplifying assumptions.
Huang et al., "Dynamics and optimization of a 2-Dof parallel robot with flexible links," in Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation, vol.
Weihai Chen, a professor at Beihang University's School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering in Beijing and one of the coauthors of the paper, elaborated on the 2-DOF approach.
In this study, backlash effects on a 2-DOF robotic balancing table are investigated to provide feedbacks for the developers to create more accurate systems.
In this paper, a model of frictional-induced oscillator with two degrees of freedom (2-DOF) on a speed-varying belt is proposed in which multiple discontinuity boundaries exist: they are caused by the presence of friction between the mass and the belt.
(iii) the equivalent stiffness of the isolation system, evaluated considering the (undamped) free vibrations of the 2-DOF system.
For C3, the AMP is significantly greater (p < 0.001) for the 2-DOF target postures (hook, opposition, and pointer) than for the 1-DOF target postures (palmar, tip, and lateral prehension).