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  • Machines, Vol. 10, Pages 894: Numerical Shape Planning Algorithm for Hyper-Redun...
    The paper proposes a novel numerical method S-GUIDE that provides real-time planning of the shape of hyper-redundant robots with serial architecture by means of a guidance curve, represented in parametrized analytical form and in numerical form by a set of key points associated with the robot structure. To model the...
    Source: MDPI by Ciprian Lapusan
  • Machine Learning for Optical Motion Capture-driven Musculoskeletal Modeling from...
    Marker-based Optical Motion Capture (OMC) systems and the associated musculoskeletal (MSK) modeling predictions have offered the ability to gain insights into in vivo joint and muscle loading non-invasively as well as aid clinical decision-making. However, an OMC system is lab-based, expensive, and requires a line of sight. A widely used...
    Source: arXiv.org | EESS by <a href="http://arxiv.org/find/cs/1/au:+Dasgupta_A/0/1/0/all/0/1">Abhishek Dasgupta</a>, <a href="http://arxiv.org/find/cs/1/au:+Sharma_R/0/1/0/all/0/1">Rahul Sharma</a>, <a href="http://arxiv.org/find/cs/1/au:+Mishra_C/0/1/0/all/0/1">Challenger Mishra</a>, <a href="http://arxiv.org/find/cs/1/au:+Nagaraja_V/0/1/0/all/0/1">Vikranth H. Nagaraja</a>
  • Tech Soft 3D launches CEETRON Toolkits to support CAE workflow
    Tech Soft 3D, a provider of engineering software development toolkits, announces a new line of toolkits designed to fully support computer-aided engineering (CAE) workflows. Comprising four components, the CEETRON suite of solutions enables software engineers to accelerate CAE application development at every stage of the process. The new toolkits bring...
    Source: 3D Cad World by WTWH Editor
  • Walking and slithering aren’t as different as you think
    Abrahamic texts treat slithering as a special indignity visited on the wicked serpent, but evolution may draw a more continuous line through the motion of swimming microbes, wriggling worms, skittering spiders and walking horses. A study from the University of Michigan found all of these kinds of motion are well...
    Source: Control Engineering by ahuff
  • Bridging time scales of faulting: From coseismic to postseismic slip of the Mw 6...
    A physics-based inverse modeling constrains stress and friction driving fault slip from seconds to weeks....
    Source: Science - Advances
  • Integrated circuits get mechanical with conductive polymer
    The mechanical integrated circuits made from conductive and non-conductive polymer materials can sense and react to forces applied to them. Photo: Kelby Hochriether/Penn State.Someone taps you on the shoulder. The organized touch receptors in your skin send a message to your brain, which processes the information and directs you to...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Researchers engineer material capable of thinking
    Material insights Integrated circuits can ‘think’ are capable of sensing and understand what is going on around it, and then using that information to run processes for various electronic devices. Recent discovery by a research team at Penn State shed light on the possibility of enabling any material to act...
    Source: Control Engineering by mgreen
  • What is Loss of Head Due to Friction in Viscous Flow?
    The Fluids that have higher viscosity are known as viscous fluids and they will have very less velocity flow. The most common and general example of viscous fluid is honey, grease and oil. We have been discussing kinematics and the dynamics of the fluid. We already discussed the Loss of Head of...
    Source: Extrudesign by Sundar
  • Power Absorbed In Viscous Flow
    We have been discussing kinematics and the dynamics of the fluid. In this article, we will discuss Power Absorbed In Viscous Flow. The Fluids that have higher viscosity are known as viscous fluids and they will have very less velocity flow. The most common examples of viscous fluid are honey, grease and...
    Source: Extrudesign by Sundar
  • GNSS Functionality for MicroMod
    Two new GNSS MicroMod Function Boards are now available along with a new OpenLog Artemis and Screwdriver Kits!...
    Source: Sparkfun by Chris McCarty
  • The Study of Viscous Fluid between two Parallel Plates
    We have been discussing kinematics and the dynamics of the fluid. In this article, we will discuss the study of the flow of the Viscous Fluid between two Parallel Plates. The Fluids that have higher viscosity are known as viscous fluids and they will have very less velocity flow. The most common...
    Source: Extrudesign by Sundar
  • The study of Flow of Viscous Fluid in a Pipe
    We have been discussing kinematics and the dynamics of the fluid. In this article, we will discuss the study of the flow of the Viscous fluid in a pipe. The Fluids that have higher viscosity are known as viscous fluids and they will have very less velocity flow. The most common...
    Source: Extrudesign by Sundar
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