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Climbing robots are used in many various tasks such as inspection, survey, and even some specific special tasks. The climbing robot uses magnetic adhesion therefore it is necessary to calculate the relative interactions between the magnetic, gravitation (weight), and friction forces in terms of inclination because the robot must be firmly against the surface in every position (adhesion). The greater the adhesive force, the frictional force increases, which limits mobility (locomotion). This paper aims to study this relationship by learning the dynamic design and verification on the physical model to improve the stability of the robot. Specifically, in the hull construction in which most of the robot’s movement is on a flat surface.

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Vu, D., Mikhail, M., Le Thu, Q. (2021). Study on the Stability of a Wheeled Climbing Robot. In: Long, B.T., Kim, YH., Ishizaki, K., Toan, N.D., Parinov, I.A., Vu, N.P. (eds) Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Conference on Material, Machines and Methods for Sustainable Development (MMMS2020). MMMS 2020. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-69610-8_85

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