EXPLORATION OF THE INVERSE AND FORWARD KINEMATICS OF A TWO-LINK ROBOT ARM USING MATLAB

Abstract

This contribution focuses on solving the inverse and forward kinematics in the kinematic analysis of a two-link manipulator model. It involves determining the trajectory of the end effector through fifth-degree polynomial interpolation. Furthermore, given initial and final arm angle values, it computes not only the end effector trajectory but also the angular parameters of individual actuators in both arms. Additionally, it calculates the variations of angular parameters such as rotation angle, angular velocity, and angular acceleration in each kinematic pair. The direct kinematics task is utilized to define the manipulator's workspace. The task is carried out using Matlab software, and the results are presented in the form of graphs and tables.

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