Power Modeling of the Xrl Hexapedal Robot and Its Application to Energy Efficient Motion Planning

@inproceedings{Gupta2012PowerMO,
  title={Power Modeling of the Xrl Hexapedal Robot and Its Application to Energy Efficient Motion Planning},
  author={E Nikhil Gupta and A. Grace Collins and Jonathan E. Clark},
  year={2012}
}
Analysis of the power consumption for walking and running robots is particularly important for trajectory planning tasks as it enables motion plans that minimize energy consumption and do not violate power limitations of the robot actuators. This paper builds upon previous work on wheeled skid-steered robots, and for curvilinear motion of the XRL hexapedal robot, presents models of the inner and outer side torques and power requirements. In addition, the applicability of the power model to… CONTINUE READING

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