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Title: A study of the polishing process of a turbine blade for automation
Keywords: Polishing, force and motion analysis
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2007
Citation: MARLON M MUSNGI (2007-09-18). A study of the polishing process of a turbine blade for automation. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this research, the parameters involved in doing the polishing process of a turbine blade are investigated. Experiments are done with the help of the Polaris Position Sensor and a JR3 Force-Torque sensor to study the motion and forces required to do the task of polishing turbine blades. The data for both force and motion are gathered while a worker from performs the actual polishing process. This information from the sensors is sent to a computer at a constant sampling rate of 10 Hz in real time. The data gathered from these experimentations are then analyzed to come up with the 6 independent parameters a robot would need to accomplish the task using motion and force control with respect to the end-effector.
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