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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 21)
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Kinematic and Kinetic Study of Rescue Robot by SolidWorks Software

Elaheh Hassanzadeh Toreh, Mehdi Shahmohammadi and Nasim Khamseh
Corresponding Author:  Elaheh Hassanzadeh Toreh 

Key words:  CAD, FEA, rescue robot, , , ,
Vol. 5 , (21): 5070-5076
Submitted Accepted Published
October 12, 2012 December 13, 2012 May 20, 2013
Abstract:

In this study, the studied software as the Product Data Management (PDM) provides solutions for helping to control designing data. Users can be sure of storing their own designing data for quick retrieval of data and reducing the concerns about control of edited data and losing data and even sharing and collaborating in online projects with members of local networks. If the designers want to change their way in analyzing every component of mechanical mechanism, the selected component should be studied for the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) in order to be analyzed structurally. Finite element analysis is a numerical method for structural analysis and leads to the dominant approach of “Computer Aided Engineering” (CAE) for study of structure. Finite element analysis can evaluate a variety of motion, component analysis, stresses and vibrations from the under-load static and dynamic bracket. As the result of motion simulation, the input data, necessary for the structural analysis done by FEA, is provided. Providing the simulation and study of integrated and simultaneous motion is among the features of software SolidWorks. By this feature of Software SolidWorks, the designers will be able to reduce the number of required pilots. This study provides the suggestions for development of designing and working in the field of building the rescue robots for relevant organizations.
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Elaheh Hassanzadeh Toreh, Mehdi Shahmohammadi and Nasim Khamseh, 2013. Kinematic and Kinetic Study of Rescue Robot by SolidWorks Software.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(21): 5070-5076.
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