Experimental Study of Snake-Like Locomotion of a Three-Link Mechanism
Snake-like locomotion of a three-link mechanism equipped with actuators is considered. The results of experimental investigations are presented and compared with those prescribed by theory.
Key wordsmultibody system mobile robot dry friction locomotion
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