Static Balancing of a Six-Degree-of-Freedom Parallel Mechanism With Six Two-Link Revolute Legs

@article{Santangelo2005StaticBO,
  title={Static Balancing of a Six-Degree-of-Freedom Parallel Mechanism With Six Two-Link Revolute Legs},
  author={B. G. Santangelo and Rosario Sinatra},
  journal={Int. J. Robotics Autom.},
  year={2005},
  volume={20}
}
Optimal balancing of robot manipulators in point-to-point motion
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The obtained results show that optimal balancing in comparison with the previous methods can reduce the performance index significantly.
Optimum static balancing of an industrial robot mechanism
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Conventional and evolutionary optimization techniques such as Newton's method (NM), conjugate gradient method (CGM), Genetic Al algorithm (GA), Elitist Non-dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm (NSGA-II) and differential evolution (DE) are used to solve the force balancing problem of an industrial robot with 6-degree-of-freedom.

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