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dc.contributor陳政雄zh_TW
dc.contributorChen, Jenq-Shyongen_US
dc.contributor.author鄭伊佐zh_TW
dc.contributor.authorCheng, Yi-zuoen_US
dc.contributor.other機械工程學系所zh_TW
dc.date2013en_US
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dc.identifierU0005-1208201311403900en_US
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dc.description.abstract本論文研究目的是將六軸力量感測器並以應用於機械手臂手腕上為目標, 傳統的六軸力量感測器,其結構體是影響靈敏度的主要關鍵。因此,針對應變式力量感測器進行研究及對力量感測彈性體進行設計與優化設計;此外,一般市面上的六軸力量感測器,(其結構體上)至少需黏貼24個應變規,方能完成六軸的解耦,針對此點本研究將運用有限元素法進行結構優化,使得能將應變規從24個降低為12個,便可完成六軸的解耦性。 力量感測器的輸出之靈敏度是攸關於感測彈性體的應變,藉此針對黏貼應變規之彈性結構體上進行弱化設計,弱化設計最主要是利用改變結構的斷面積使其I值下降,進而能使應變量增加,並透過有限元素之模擬優化設計,加強改善其斷面的抗彎矩能力,以促進各方向負載之靈敏度。 將分析出來的結果找出最佳應變規之位置並黏貼於設計出來的結構體,且透過InstruNet訊號擷取卡擷取KYOWA電橋盒所發出的12組應變規之訊號,並分析其意義,進而再經由校正測試,去驗證最後結果是否具準確性與靈敏度。六軸力量感測器需要利用24個應變規來克服耦合之問題,但其會造成訊號干擾之問題也相當大,所以要降低應變規數量來達成六軸力量感測器也是研究的另一個重要課題。 採用12組應變規皆為單一輸出值,並非傳統式使用全僑式,單一輸出應變值然後在經過後除理能有效降低實驗時所造成之誤差,最大干擾誤差為2.98%。zh_TW
dc.description.abstractThis thesis is a development of six-axis force sensor used in mechanical arm wrist, the sensitivity is the main affection in traditional structure of six-axis force sensor . Conducting a research and optimizing the design to Strain gauge force sensors, On the general market a six-axis force sensor sticks at least 24 strain gauges to complete 6-axis solution,according to that using the finite element method to optimize the structure, reducing 24 strain gauges to 12 to complete a 6-axis strain decoupled. The output sensitivity of the force sensor is related to the strain of Sensing elastomer,hereby conducting to weaken the Elastic structure, The main change in the design is the use of weakening the structure of basal area so i should have quality deterioration can increase cross-section of the increased resistance to bending loads’ sensitivity in all directions The results will be analyzed to find out the best location of the strain gage and the best adhesive out of the structure on the design, useing InstruNet signal capture card to capture the12 sets strain gauge signals which are generated by KYOWA bridge box and analyzing and then after calibration test, to verify the accuracy of the final result and sensitivity, Six-axis force sensor needs to use the 24 strain gauges to overcome the problems caused by signal coupling problem is quite large, so reducing the number of strain gauges to achieve six-axis force Sensors also a subject of study. This 12 sets of strain gauges are using a single output value, not the traditional style using full Kiu type, single output strain value and then after processing them after the experiment can effectively reduce the error caused by the maximum interference error is 2.98%.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents摘要 I 目錄 V 圖目錄 VII 第一章 緒論 1 1.1 研究動機 1 1.2 文獻回顧 2 1.2.1 前言 2 1.3 本文內容 14 第二章 六軸力量感測器理論介紹 16 2.1 前言 16 2.2 六軸力量感測原理 16 2.2.1 力量感測器之感測原理 21 第三章 六軸力量感測器構型設計與模擬校正分析及實驗架構 23 3.1 前言 23 3.2 Maltese式十字軸結構設計 25 3.4 Maltese十字架結構優化 28 3.4.1 Maltese十字架結初步模擬分析 28 3.4.2 中空樑Maltese 十字架模擬分析 31 3.4.3 挖孔型Maltese 十字架模擬分析 33 3.4.4 Maltese 十字架斷面的改善分析 37 3.4.5 構型五Maltese 十字結構邊界厚度改善分析 41 3.4.6 構型六Maltese 十字結構邊界厚度與中空樑合併改善分析 44 3.4.7 應變規數量下降之結構分析 47 3.4.8 應變規數量下降之結構分析(二) 52 3.4.9 應變規數量下降之結構分析(三) 54 3.4.10 降低Fz及Mx應變量之結構分析 58 3.4.11 降低Fz及Mx應變量之結構分析 61 3.5 模擬結果與校準分析 66 3.5.1 模擬結果 66 3.5.2 校準夾治具設計與製作 70 3.5.3 校準結果 72 第四章 實驗方法與結果討? 75 4.1 實驗架構 75 4.2 校準施力方式 76 4.3 數據分析 77 4.4 誤差來源探討 79 4.5 多軸力量負載 80 4.6 數據分析 85 第五章 結論與未來展望 86 5.1 結論 86 5.2 未來展望 87 實驗數據 88zh_TW
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dc.subject六軸力量感測器zh_TW
dc.subjectwrist force/torque sensoren_US
dc.subject優化結構zh_TW
dc.subject六軸力量解耦zh_TW
dc.subjectcoupled interferenceen_US
dc.subjectelastic bodyen_US
dc.title六軸力量感測器之研究zh_TW
dc.titleA study of the six-axis force sensoren_US
dc.typeThesis and Dissertationzh_TW
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