PROTOTYPE OF ULTRA - LIGHT PLANETARY MANI PULATOR – DESIGN, TESTS AND SIMULATIONS
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Centrum Badań Kosmicznych Polskiej Akademii Nauk
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EN
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Proceedings of ASTRA Conference, 2013
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Rok publikacji
2013
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6pp
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2013
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0,27
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Nazwa konferencji
12th Symposium on Advanced Space Technologies in Robotics and Automation (ASTRA), 2013
Początek konferencji
2013-05-15
Koniec konferencji
2013-05-17
Lokalizacja konferencji
ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk
Kraj konferencji
NL
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Planetary Manipulators are used quite often in space exploration and in situ measurement. Since it is planned to intensify space exploration (Mars and Moon are the mostly foreseen) , it s role should also expand [1, 7] . Presented in this paper is a newly developed 3dof Ultra - Light Planetary Manipulator (ULPM) . It s main role is extended servic e for exploration tools and scientific instruments. The essence of the concept is taken from the MUPUS instrument manipulator for the Rosetta mission. In this attempt, it is successfully demonstrated that the previous concept was valuable and it could be a reference for a new , improved technology solutions. As result , an entirely new ULMP laboratory model was developed . The design is focused on the following constrain ts : low mass of the unit with possibly long extension range. The i ntegrated device was intensively tested in laboratory conditions. The tests confirmed its operational functionality and overall performance. Particularly, it was ascertained that this very lightweight and flexible construction ca n safe l y operate with certain loads. The design of the Ultra - Light Planetary Manipulator was supported by appropriate analysis and dynamic simulations
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