Experimental study and analysis on driving wheels ’ performance for planetary exploration rovers moving in deformable soil

@inproceedings{Ding2010ExperimentalSA,
  title={Experimental study and analysis on driving wheels ’ performance for planetary exploration rovers moving in deformable soil},
  author={Liang Ding and Haibo Gao and Zongquan Deng and Keiji Nagatani and K. Yoshida},
  year={2010}
}
Planetary rovers are different from conventional terrestrial vehicles in many respects, making it necessary to investigate the terramechanics with a particular focus on them, which is a hot research topic at the budding stage. Predicting the wheel–soil interaction performance from the knowledge of terramechanics is of great importance to the mechanical design/evaluation/optimization, dynamics simulation, soil parameter identification, and control of planetary rovers. In this study, experiments… CONTINUE READING
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