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  • Motion control systems today can be found in such diverse applications as materials handling equipment, machine tool centers, chemical and pharmaceutical process lines, inspection stations, robots, and injection molding machines. Merits of Electric Systems Most motion control systems today are powered by electric motors rather than hydraulic or pneumatic motors or actuators because of the many benefits they offer: • More precise load or tool positioning, resulting in fewer product or process defects and lower material costs.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'logistics engineering handbook 2006', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • A large number of robots have been developed, and researchers continue to design new robots with greater capabilities to perform more challenging and comprehensive tasks. Between the 60s and end of 80s, most robot applications were related to industries and manufacturing, such as assembly, welding, painting, material handling, packaging, etc.

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  • The committee was tasked to determine the best instrumentation and procedures for measuring BFD (see Box S-1). To do this, it reviewed technical specifications, viewed demonstrations of the operation and use of current and prospective systems, and evaluated factors such as human handling variability, process transparency, and software variability judgment. The committee found that given the current clay variation, a measurement precision (standard deviation) of 0.5 mm is sufficient; instruments featuring greater precision add little practical value to the testing process.

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  • "Seeing" machines and "intelligent" robots have been the focus of research conducted by the Institute of Measurement Science since 1977. Our goal is to gain a basic understanding of vision, autonomy and intelligence of technical systems, and to construct seeing intelligent robots. These should be able to operate robustly and at an acceptable speed in the real world, to survive in a dynamically changing natural environment, and to perform autonomously a wide variety of tasks. In this paper we report...

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  • Focusing on furniture layout, Bukowski and S´ equin [1995] intro- duce “object association” constraints that are designed to facili- tate direct manipulation of furniture arrangements. For example, the user can constrain a bookshelf to slide along walls without penetration or separation. Xu et al. [2002] present a constraint- based furniture layout system that incorporates pairwise relation- ships which enforce stability, non-penetration, and alignment. Ger- mer and Schwarz [2009] describe an agent-based procedure for fur- niture layout.

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  • Source: HANDBOOK OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS SECTION 10 MATERIALS HANDLING Choosing Conveyors and Elevators for Specific Materials Transported 10.1 Determining Equipment Design Parameters for Overhead Conveyors 10.4 Screw Conveyor Power Input and Capacity 10.13 Design and Layout of Pneumatic Conveying Systems 10.15 Bulk Material Elevator and Conveyor Selection 10.

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  • A further considerable simplification in the mechanics resulted from introducing microcomputers in connection with decentralized electrical drives, as can be seen from electronic typewriters, sewing machines, multi-axis handling systems, and automatic gears. The design of lightweight constructions leads to elastic systems which are weakly damped through the material. An electronic damping through position, speed, or vibration sensors and electronic feedback can be realized with the additional advantage of an adjustable damping through the algorithms.

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  • MATERIALS HANDLING Choosing Conveyors and Elevators for Specific Materials Transported 10.1 Determining Equipment Design Parameters for Overhead Conveyors Screw Conveyor Power Input and Capacity 10.13 Design and Layout of Pneumatic Conveying Systems

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  • Material Handling and Storage Systems Vật liệu xử lý và lưu trữ thiết kế quy hoạch hệ thống và các tập con của các cơ sở quy hoạch và thiết kế. Vật liệu  ¯ ow có cả bên trong và bên ngoài ea € ECTS trên một trang web. Có ina ¯ uences cho kế hoạch trang web và các hoạt động kế hoạch không gian. Ngược lại, hệ thống xử lý vật liệu tác động đến kế hoạch cơ sở, như minh họa trong hình. 1. Trong quá trình thiết kế cơ sở, phong trào vật chất...

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  • CHAPTER 1 MOTION CONTROL SYSTEMS MOTION CONTROL SYSTEMS OVERVIEW Motion control systems today can be found in such diverse applications as materials handling equipment, machine tool centers, chemical and pharmaceutical process lines, inspection stations, robots, and injection molding machines.

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  • MOTION CONTROL SYSTEMS OVERVIEW Motion control systems today can be found in such diverse applications as materials handling equipment, machine tool centers, chemical and pharmaceutical process lines, inspection stations, robots, and injection molding machines.

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  • CHAPTER 9 USABILITY Karl H. E. Kroemer, Ph.D. Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Virginia 9.1 DESIGNING FOR HUMAN BODY SIZE / 9.2 9.2 DESIGNING FOR HUMAN BODY POSTURE / 9.5 9.3 DESIGNING FOR REACH AND MOBILITY / 9.9 9.4 DESIGNING FOR HUMAN FORCE AND POWER / 9.13 9.5 DESIGNING FOR FAST AND ACCURATE CONTROL ACTIVATION /9.17 9.6 DESIGNING LABELS AND WARNINGS / 9.23 9.7 DESIGNING FOR VISION / 9.24 9.8 DESIGNING FOR MATERIAL HANDLING / 9.25 9.9 CONCLUSION / 9.28 REFERENCES / 9.28 ADDRESSES / 9.

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  • Autonomous navigation of walking robot requires three major tasks to be addressed: self-localization, avoiding obstacles, and object handling (Clerentin et al, 2005). In the present study, we suggest some basic contact interaction-based navigation system known as "groping campaign" the humanoid robot able to determine the localization and avoid obstacles. this system is based on the contact interaction with the aim of creating the appropriate algorithm for a humanoid robot performance in the real environment....

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  • CHAPTER 3 8 MATERIAL HANDLING William E. Biles Mickey R. Wilhelm Department of Industrial Engineering University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky Magd E. Zohdi Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana 38.1 INTRODUCTION 1 0 2 5 38.5 MATERIAL-HANDLING EQUIPMENT CONSIDERATIONS AND EXAMPLES 1 2 2 5 38.5.1 Developing the Plan 1 2 2 5 38.5.2 Conveyors 1 2 2 6 38.5.3 Hoists, Cranes and Monorails 1233 38.5.4 Industrial Trucks 1 3 2 4 38.5.5 Automated Guided Vehicle 38.3 BULK MATERIALS STORAGE 1212 Systems 1 3 2 4 38.3.

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  • In recent years, the worldwide competition and the growing demand for a high variety of products have emphasized the role of production systems. In particular the FMSs are of increasing importance because they have the capability to face changes in production environment and to combine the efficiency of the mass-production lines with the flexibility of job-shops producing a variety of products in small- or medium-size batches.

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  • Here’s an example A group of language schools was unhappy with its system for issuing end-of-course certificates. These tended simply to record the level of the class attended and didn’t give information about real-life communicative competence or individual progress or achievement. They had a vision of a coherent system of clearly described levels, of interesting communicative kinds of assessment recorded in a certificate which would show – in language accessible to everybody – the learners’ language competence.

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  • The toxicity or carcinogenicity of each reagent used in this method has not been precisely defined; however, each chemical compound should be treated as a potential health hazard. From this viewpoint, exposure to these chemicals must be reduced to the lowest possible level by whatever means available. The laboratory is responsible for maintaining a current awareness file of OSHA regulations regarding the safe handling of the chemicals specified in this method.

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  • Not only the aesthetically distasteful plastic litter, but also less conspicuous small plastic pellets and granules are a threat to marine biota. The latter are found in large quantities on beaches (Gregory, 1978, 1989; Shi- ber, 1979, 1982, 1987; Redford et al., 1997), and are the raw material for the manufacture of plastic products that end up in the marine environment through acci- dental spillage during transport and handling, not as litter or waste as other forms of plastics (Gregory, 1978; Shiber, 1979; Redford et al., 1997).

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  • The annual system shipments of fuel cells for transport applications continue to fl uctuate due to the timing of demonstration projects which contribute large numbers in one year and then little in the following years. We saw a 38% dip in annual system shipments for 2011 versus 2010, with decreases in all sub-categories except scooters. However overall unit shipments are expected to almost double in 2012 compared to 2011 and be 19% more than in 2010, led by sales of fuel cell materials handling vehicles (MHV).

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