The geometric approach to the control of internal forces for robotic grasping is explored. Since the manipulation of deformable objects is a frequent occurrence (medical applications, manipulation of rubber and plastic in industry), manipulation systems with significant contact elasticity are studied. The presence of non-negligible compliance at the contacts, implies that the object dynamics cannot be neglected when attempting to control internal forces without affecting the object position. A geometric approach to derive a control law decoupling the internal force control action from the object dynamics is proposed

On the Geometric Control of Internal Forces in Power Grasp

1997

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The geometric approach to the control of internal forces for robotic grasping is explored. Since the manipulation of deformable objects is a frequent occurrence (medical applications, manipulation of rubber and plastic in industry), manipulation systems with significant contact elasticity are studied. The presence of non-negligible compliance at the contacts, implies that the object dynamics cannot be neglected when attempting to control internal forces without affecting the object position. A geometric approach to derive a control law decoupling the internal force control action from the object dynamics is proposed
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