2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.robot.2013.02.004
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Design and control of a climbing robot based on hot melt adhesion

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“…[193,194] www.advmattechnol.de When the polymer is in the solid state (glassy or semicrystalline), it has a relatively rigid surface, which is smooth (at best) to the level of capillary waves.…”
Section: Thermal Switchingmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…[193,194] www.advmattechnol.de When the polymer is in the solid state (glassy or semicrystalline), it has a relatively rigid surface, which is smooth (at best) to the level of capillary waves.…”
Section: Thermal Switchingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[86,87,98,103,[194][195][196][197] Using thermal changes to increase contact area has been adapted by Xie and Xiao through the use of a shape memory polymer bilayer. [86,87,98,103,[194][195][196][197] Using thermal changes to increase contact area has been adapted by Xie and Xiao through the use of a shape memory polymer bilayer.…”
Section: Shape Memorymentioning
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“…Hot melt adhesive (HMA) based adhesion can achieve some of the highest adhesion forces (150 newton per square centimeter) and has enabled the robot to have strong adaptability to any solid surfaces and unstructured terrains. However, they are low in speed, have large energy consumption, and usually leave traces behind [22]. With regard to the locomotion mechanisms, five major categories summarised in this work can be seen in Fig.…”
Section: Literature Review Of Climbing Robotsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As Tables 1 and 2 show, five types of adhesion technologies (magnetic [13,14], pneumatic [15,16], mechanical [17], electrostatic [1,18,19], and chemical adhesion [20][21][22]) and six types of locomotion mechanisms (legs [23], wheels [24,25], tracks [26], slides [27], wires [7], and multi-linked modules [28][29][30]) were compared. A + or − marker means that the selected type was suitable or unsuitable, respectively, for use in meeting a particular requirement.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%