SYNOPSIS OF STAIR CLIMBING ROBOT
The goal of our project was to design a robot that would climb starirs in a skillfull, calculated and efficient manner. Climbing a set of stairs is not a new challenge for robots, in fact it is often a common obstacle used by designers to showcase the robot’s skills. Their function as modeled after human movement. The smaller scaled robots, such as mine, usually use the bruete force method and are not able to successfully climb stairs. In the present scenario the application of robots is quite common to reduce the human effort in several areas. The stair climbing robot is used to climb the stairs for different applications up to now , but the main disadvantage of the rugged terrain robots is not adjustable according to the structure of stairs . to overcome this we developed the stair climbing robot to climb the stairs up and dowr according to the staircase . the main application of this robot is to check the urban areas by carrying the materials up on the plateform for rescue operations.
The robot can climb up stairs and obstacle comparable to stair upto certain height and width depending on the dimensions of the robot. It is the most attractive performances of robot in legged and wheeled. Reducing body weight and energy consumption is also the important matter of developing. A mechanism is a combination of rigid or restraining bodies so shaped and connected that they move upon each other with definite relative motion. A machine is a collection of mechanisms which transmit force from the source of power to the load to be overcome, and thus perform useful mechanical work. Robotics is the area of automation which integrates the technology in variegated fields like mechanisms, sensors and electronic control system, artificial intelligence and embedded systems. The synthesis of mechanism is the very first step in any robot design depending upon its application. This robot should be able...
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