Experimental Investigation of the Painlevé Paradox in a Robotic System

@inproceedings{Zhao2008ExperimentalIO,
  title={Experimental Investigation of the Painlev{\'e} Paradox in a Robotic System},
  author={Zhen Zhao and Caishan Liu and Wei Ping Ma and Bin Chen},
  year={2008}
}
This paper aims at experimentally investigating the dynamical behaviors when a system of rigid bodies undergoes so-called paradoxical situations. An experimental setup corresponding to the analytical model presented in our prior work Liu et al. [2007, "The Bouncing Motion Appearing in a Robotic System With Unilateral Constraint, " Nonlinear Dyn., 49(1-2), 217-232] is developed, in which a two-link robotic system comes into contact with a moving rail. The experimental results show that a… CONTINUE READING

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