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Modeling, Control and Simulation of a Novel Mobile Robotic System

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Modeling, Control and Simulation of a Novel Mobile Robotic System
Abstract--We are developing an autonomous mobile robotic system to emulate six degree of freedom relative spacecraft motion during proximity operations. A mobile omni-directional base robot provides x, y, and yaw planar motion with moderate accuracy through six independently driven motors. With a six degree of freedom micro-positioning Stewart platform on top of the moving base, six degree of freedom spacecraft motion can be emulated with high accuracy. This paper presents our approach to dynamic modeling, control, and simulation for the overall system. Compared with other simulations that introduced significant simplifications, we believe that our rigorous modeling approach is crucial for the high fidelity hardware in-the-loop emulation.
Xiaoli Bai, Jeremy J. Davis, James Doebbler, James
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where ENGL
Authors Xiaoli Bai, Jeremy J. Davis, James Doebbler, James D. Turner, John L. Junkins
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