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Modeling and Applications of a Family of Five-Degree-of-Freedom Parallel Mechanisms With Kinematic and Actuation Redundancy

Author:
Kang, Long   Kim, Wheekuk   Yi, Byung-Ju   


Journal:
Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics


Issue Date:
2018


Abstract(summary):

This paper introduces a family of statically balanced five-degree-of-freedom (5DOF) parallel mechanisms (PMs) with kinematic and actuation redundancy. Moving platforms o f this family of PMs can provide 4DOF Schonflies motion. Three applications are considered in this work. The first and second applications use kinematic redundancy to avoid parallel singularities and perform an auxiliary grasping task in sequence. The third application incorporates actuation redundancy into a kinematically redundant manipulator to increase the load-carrying capacity. Screw theory was used to derive the Jacobian of the 5DOF PM with kinematic and actuation redundancy. Parallel singularities can be completely alleviated by controlling the orientation of the redundant link, thereby obtaining a large rotational workspace, and actuation redundancy increases the load-carrying capacity. Using a commercially available multibody dynamic simulator, an example of trajectory was performed to illustrate the large rotational workspace of the first and second applications and compare the Euclidean norm of the vector of actuation torque of nonredundant and redundant PMs. Three prototypes were also developed to demonstrate the output motion and static balancing property.


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