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Trajectory planning is a fundamental issue for robotic applications and automation in general. The ability to generate trajectories with given features is a key point to ensure significant results in terms of quality and ease of performing the required motion, especially at the high operating speeds necessary in many applications. The general problem of(More)
In this work, two different cellular solid structures, obtained by EBM using grade 2 Titanium powders, were investigated. Relative density was evaluated comparing different methods, the mean diameter of the singular open porosity was calculated by SEM image post-processing; the chemical composition was evaluated using Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy(More)
Titanium anodizing can be a powerful technique to generate photoactive oxides, strongly adherent to the metallic substrate, and to modify their chemical composition by inducing doping effects. This work investigates the photocatalytic behavior of differently obtained anodic TiO(2) films under UV and visible light irradiation, so as to define the best(More)
Titanium alloys are nowadays used for a wide range of biomedical applications thanks to their combination of high mechanical resistance, high corrosion resistance and biocompatibility. Nevertheless, the applicability of titanium alloys is sometimes limited due to their low microhardness and tribological resistance. Thus the titanium alloys cannot be(More)
An analysis of the experimental results of a new method for smooth trajectory planning for robot manipulators is presented in this paper. The technique is based on the minimization of an objective function that is composed of two terms: the first one is proportional to the trajectory execution time, the second one is proportional to the integral of the(More)
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