From the series: Teaching Rigid Body Dynamics
Bradley Horton, MathWorks
In this final case study, you learn how to derive the equations of motion for a four-degrees-of-freedom non-planar robotic manipulator. The derived equations of motion are then used to make the robot write the word "HELLO".
Part 2: Spring-Mass-Damper System Case Study Discover how MATLAB supports a computational thinking approach using the classic spring-mass-damper system.
Part 3: Two-Degrees-of-Freedom Non-Planar Robotic Manipulator Case Study Explore a real-life case study that further explains the computational thinking approach using a larger two-degree-of-freedom system.
Part 4: Automation Review choices for implementing more automation for multi-degrees-of-freedom systems.
Part 5: Four-Degrees-of-Freedom Non-Planar Robotic Manipulator Case Study Explore the analysis and derivation of the equations of motion for a four-degrees-of-freedom robotic manipulator.
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