OPTIMIZATION OF ENERGY BY ROBOT MOVEMENT

Abstract

This paper is describing the influences of movement parameters on energy consumption during robot operation. The experimental verification of mathematical models was performed in the laboratory of the Institute of Production Machines, Systems and Robotics at Brno University of Technology. The measure results are arranged in tables and diagrams from which final evaluation for praxis follow. One of them is the outline of movement parameters setting from the side of robot users before the program is put in manufacture. Another one is recommendation for robot producers to append new items to driving system menu referring to energy consumption calculator for off-hand programming as well as energy consumption meter.

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