Pierre Garrec

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Friction modeling is essential for joint dynamic identification and control. Joint friction is composed of a viscous and a dry friction force. According to Coulomb law, dry friction depends linearly on the load in the transmission. However, in robotics field, a constant dry friction is frequently used to simplify modeling, identification and control. That(More)
Usually, the joint transmission friction model for robots is composed of a viscous friction force and of a constant dry friction force. However, according to the Coulomb law, the dry friction force depends linearly on the load driven by the transmission. It follows that this effect must be taken into account for robots working with large variation of the(More)
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