Analyse und Synthese ungleichmäßig übersetzender Getriebe.
Die Getriebelehre hat sich als Lehre von den ungleichmäßig oder periodisch übersetzenden mechanischen Getrieben zunehmend zum interdisziplinären Studienfach entwickelt. Die Analyse und Synthese von Getrieben stützt sich zunächst auf die graphischen Verfahren, die anschaulich und von grundlegender analytischer Bedeutung sind. Dementsprechend werden ausgehend vom systematischen Aufbau der Getriebe die Grundlagen der Kinematik ebener und räumlicher Getriebe dargestellt. Jedes Kapitel enthält einen Aufgabenteil. Ab der 3. Auflage wird die Software MGA zur modularen Getriebeanalyse von den Geometrieprogrammen Cinderella und Geogebra abgelöst, mit dem die Lösungen zu den Aufgaben anschaulich auch mit Cinderella/Geogebra-Dateien im Internet bereitgestellt werden. Neues findet sich u.a. auch zur Krümmung von Bahnkurven und zur Lagensynthese.
Proceedings of The Joint International Conference of the XII International Conference on Mechanisms and Mechanical Transmissions (MTM) and the XXIII International Conference on Robotics (Robotics ’16)
Treats mechanisms and transmissions developed within industrial applicationsPresents the latest studies and research results from the best specialists from universities and companies worldwide. Integrates the presented applications from different engineering fields
New Trends in Mechanism Science
Analysis and Design
EUCOMES (European Conference on Mechanism Science) has been established as an international forum within the European Community to provide an informal, friendly and stimulating environment for discussions and exchanges on achievements in all aspects of Mechanism Science in order to facilitate international collaboration mainly within a European framework. After two successful conferences held in Innsbruck in 2006 and Cassino in 2008 with the participation of the important and well-known scientists from the European Mechanism Science Community, a further conference was held in Cluj Napoca, Romania, in 2010 to discuss new developments in the field. This book presents the most recent research advances in Mechanism Science with different applications. Amongst the topics treated are papers on Computational Kinematics, Micro-mechanisms, Mechanism Design, Mechanical Transmissions, Linkages and Manipulators, Mechanisms for Biomechanics, Experimental Mechanics, Mechanics of Robots, Dynamics, Control Issues of Mechanical Systems, Novel Designs, Applications and Teaching Methods.
This book brings together investigations which combine theoretical and experimental results related to such systems as capsule micromechanisms, active micro catheters, nanotube vascular stents, mechanisms for micromilling, different compliant mechanisms including grippers and compliant systems with actuators and sensors, microrobots based on vibrations, tactile sensors, tooth brackets, compliant valves, and space reflectors.
This volume contains twenty-two contributions from researchers from ten countries, represented at the 4th Conference on Microactuators and Micromechanisms, which was held in 2016 in Ilmenau, Germany. The aim of the conference was to provide a special opportunity for a know-how exchange and collaboration in various disciplines concerning systems pertaining to micro-technology. This Conference was organized under the patronage of IFToMM (International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science).
This volume deals with topics such as mechanism and machine design, biomechanics and medical engineering, gears, mechanical transmissions, mechatronics, computational and experimental methods, dynamics of mechanisms and machines, micromechanisms and microactuators, and history of mechanisms and transmissions. Following MeTrApp 2011 and 2013, held under the auspices of the IFToMM, these proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Mechanisms, Transmissions and Applications offer a platform for original research presentations for researchers, scientists, industry experts and students in the fields of mechanisms and transmissions with special emphasis on industrial applications in order to stimulate the exchange of new and innovative ideas.
This book presents a basic introduction to micromechanisms and microactuators, particularly to their basic configurations and design. This book fills the persisting gap in the published literature on the mechanical manipulative aspects of micromechanisms. It also helps in offering specialized introductory courses on micromechanisms and microactuators not as part of MEMS sensing devices, but as mechanical manipulative systems. The level of the book is suitable for use in both undergraduate and introductory graduate programmes. The book presents an overview of miniaturization and scaling laws, basic design principles of micro-sized mechanisms and actuators, micro-fabrication processes, and some futuristic issues. The volume contains a large number of figures and illustrations for easy understanding by the readers. It will also be useful to researchers and professionals looking for an introduction to the topic.