The Science of Soft Robots: Design, Materials and Information Processing
Title: The Science of Soft Robots: Design, Materials and Information Processing
Authors: Koichi Suzumori, Kenjiro Fukuda, Ryuma Niiyama, Kohei Nakajima
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Size: 11.3 MB
The aim of this textbook is to provide the reader with as structured a knowledge of soft robotics as possible. Aiming to overcome the limitations of conventional robots by making them more flexible, benign and adaptable, soft robotics has become one of the most active fields in the last decade. Soft robotics is also highly interdisciplinary, bringing together robotics, computer science, materials science, biology, etc.
After the introduction, the content is divided into three parts: Soft Robot Design; Soft Materials; and Autonomous Soft Robots. Part I covers soft mechanisms, biological mechanisms and soft manipulation & locomotion. Part II discusses the basics of polymers, biological materials, flexible & stretchable sensors and soft actuators from a materials science point of view. Part III focuses on modelling & control of continuum bodies, material intelligence and information processing using soft body dynamics. In addition, the latest research results and cutting-edge research are highlighted throughout the book.
Written by a team of researchers from diverse backgrounds, the book provides a valuable textbook or technical guide for all students, engineers and researchers interested in soft robotics.
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