Mechanisms and Mechanical Devices


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<emphasis role="bold">Introduction</emphasis> The motion of any rigid body (even a very complex motion) is a combination of translational and rotational motions. A translational motion is defined as the movement along one or more of the three coordinate axes, and a rotational motion is defined as the rotation about one or more of the coordinate axes. For example, when instructing a robot to carry …
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Siamak Najarian; Javad Dargahi, Ph.D.,; Goldis Darbemamieh; Siamak Hajizadeh Farkoush: Mechatronics in Medicine: A Biomedical Engineering Approach. Mechanisms and Mechanical Devices, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2012), AccessEngineering Export