Balance Analysis of the Mobile Anthropomimetic Robot Under Disturbances - ZMP Approach

Antoska-Knights, Vesna and Jovanović, Kosta and M. Petrović, Vladimir and Baščarević, Nenad and Stankovski, Mile (2013) Balance Analysis of the Mobile Anthropomimetic Robot Under Disturbances - ZMP Approach. International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems.

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Throughout the history of technological
progress, attempts have been made to build a machine
that looks and behaves like humans. This paper presents
a semi‐anthropomimetic robot. The robot structure
consists of a human‐like upper body mounted on a
mobile platform (mobile base, cart). The robot uses the
three‐wheeled mobile platform with two driving wheels
and one passive (caster) wheel. The configuration and
model of the upper body are represented as an
anthropomimetic, compliant robot with antagonistically
coupled drives. Robust control is evaluated in order to
ensure stability of the robot position. The aim of this
work is not the synthesis of control, but rather the
examination of the limits of the adopted robot control
strategy and the robot behaviour under disturbances
(analysis of tip‐over stability). The paper analyses both
disturbances from the cart motion and external
disturbances due to interaction with the environment
(external impulse and long term external force). In order
to analyse the balance of the robot and to avoid tipping
over, different situations are tested and the appropriate
dimensions of the cart are estimated (relying on the ZMP
Keywords Semi‐Anthropomimetic, Tip‐Over Stability,
Antagonistic Tendon Drive, Biologically Inspired Control

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Natural sciences > Mathematics
Divisions: Faculty of Technology and Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Mr Jordan Martinovski
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2019 13:04
Last Modified: 23 Nov 2019 13:04

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