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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 1, January 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Exo Skeleton Arm: Load Bearing Application

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AUTHOR(S)

Vineet Gangurde, Yash Nemlawala, Avinash Tandle

 

KEYWORDS

Exo suits, manipulability, biomechanical properties.

 

ABSTRACT

Lately delicate wearable exoskeletons, usually alluded to as exo-suits, have been broadly utilized in human help. Consequently, a mutual approach for a methodical and comprehensive control design is critical. The majority of the exo-suits grew so far utilize a link transmission to advantageously put the actuator far from the end-effector. While having numerous focal points this activation technique shows some characteristic impediments caused by non linearities, for example, rubbing and friction of the links, which make it hard to anticipate and control the elements between the arm and the client. The report exhibits a novel technique for the arm exoskeletons that considers the solid power manipulability of the human arm. We propose a model that gives help without considering the biomechanical properties of the human arm.

 

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