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Development of wall climbing robot

@inproceedings{Kojima1992DevelopmentOW,
  title={Development of wall climbing robot},
  author={Hisao Kojima and Ryousei Toyama and Kengo Kobayashi},
  year={1992}
}
Problem statement: The problem of a wall climbing robot is holding on the wall. This is challenge for researchers. There are many factors, which effect in holding, all forces, robot movement and mechanical design. Approach: This study proposed movement step design for wallclimbing robot. In design the robot use pneumatic system as ain unit to move on the wall. The robot can move in four directions, forward, backward, left and rig ht. Results: We analyzed force acting with the wall that the wall… 

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