Úvod FME 23005308

23005308

Title of the subject: Theory of Design of Robotic Devices

Semester_of_study (WT – winter/ST – summer): WT

Learning outcomes: Graduate of the subject acquires a follow-up knowledge of advanced theoretical theory, calculation, management and optimization of automated systems and end effectors. To gain knowledge about methods of optimization of mechanical systems, principles and procedures of design and construction of additional robot modules. The knowledge and practical experience of the methodology of designing robot end effectors at the level of the system-integrated projection line will be gained. Know how to formulate, analyze, and solve more complex problems in the field of construction, construction, sensor equipment and control of the action mechanism and the robot end effector.

Brief content of course: Lecture topics: 1. Methodology and algorithms of robot design process. 2. Methods of designing robot components. 3. Methodology of preliminary calculations of robot drives. 4. Methodology of preliminary calculations of robot drives, optimization. 5. Direct and inverse kinematics of robotic devices. 6. Information security of management systems. 7. Communication interfaces of industrial robots. 8. Industrial robots on a modular principle. 9. Reconfigurable robots. 10. End effectors, passive. 11. End effectors, active. 12. Working heads, intelligent control systems. 13. Trends in the development of industrial robotics (application growth, kinematic development and construction, management development, development in operation, ...) Practice topics: 1. Introduction to problems, presentation, interpretation and description, properties, parameters (catalogs, video). 2. Project effector, methodology and process of solution. 3. Effect project, functional scheme. 4. Project of effector kinematic analysis. 5. Project effector functional structure. 6. Effect design, engine sizing. 7. Project effector, method of selecting the gear mechanism. 8. Project effector organ structure. 9. Project effector design of sensors. 10. Project effector management proposal. 11. Project effector optimization. 12. Project effector building structure. 13. Interim check. Assignment of credit.

Literature: RAJPUT, R.K.: Robotics and Industrial Automation. In: S. Chand Limited, 2008, p.461, ISBN 9788121929974 DEB, S.R., DEB S.: Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation,. In: Tata McGraw-Hill Education 2017, ISBN 9780071331296 REZA, N. J. et al.: Theory of Applied Robotics In:Springer 2010 ISBN 978-1-4419-1749-2