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PRESSURE CONTROL OF WALL CLIMBING ROBOT USING PID CONTROLLER

@inproceedings{Johnson2015PRESSURECO,
  title={PRESSURE CONTROL OF WALL CLIMBING ROBOT USING PID CONTROLLER},
  author={Rita Johnson and M. H. Suid},
  year={2015}
}
Nowadays, wall climbing robot plays a vital role in the rapid growth of technology development. Potential applications are quite numerous, such as inspection, maintenance and cleaning operations of civil infrastructures which involve a high number of dangerous manual operations and represent a danger even for skilled workers. In view of the present situation of hazardous inspection environment, wall-climbing robot generally divided into adhesion part, movement part and control part. The rough… 
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